July 8, 2018 - reviewed by Pizza Clan
Pleasant One Night Stay
Stopped off on the way to sequoia national forest. Campground empty this time of year! =awesome, choice of site and the kids and dogs can roam
$40 full hookups , price includes fee to enter the town. Cool little piece of mining history here. Toilets were clean and pay showers $1 for 6min(didn’t use)
Lots of geocaches in and around the town just a short walk away.
Definitely worth the stop
March 27, 2018 - reviewed by Tony
We were not able to make reservations online (for same day stay). Tried calling several times. Finally got through. We were told there were plenty of splots available. We arrived after hours and paid the following day.. Stay was good. I would definitely stay there again. Enjoyed the park very much too.
October 10, 2017 - reviewed by Ron
We stayed here for one night, Oct 10, 2017. Cost $35 for full hookups if over 65 years old, if not it cost $40. Campground fee includes free access to Calico Ghost Town. Regular entrance fee to the ghost town is $8 per adult so campground fee for full hookups isn't such a bad deal. Sites in A loop are somewhat unlevel but not so much that I couldn't level our 2013 Winnebago Aspect 27K by using auto leveling system. Verizon 4G with three bars. Bagged ice available in one of the resturants. I didn't use the restrooms but peeked inside a couple of them and they were very clean. Only a couple of sites had shade. We would stay here again.
March 28, 2017 - reviewed by Blua
Stayed for the weekend. Wasn't the best place. The sites were too close to each other. I couldn't even open my awning. Walked out my door to my neighbors hook ups. Not every site in my section had a firepit. It was nice to walk to the ghost town and spend the day there. Price was good for so little.
December 7, 2016 - reviewed by Ron Mann
Quiet But Windy!
We had camped there 37 years ago so it was nice to see it again. We enjoyed walking around the old ghost town buildings and enjoyed breakfast!
July 20, 2016 - reviewed by Blake
Most sights aren't level and good luck reaching anyone after business hours. On the positive side, it's a ghost town and very peaceful and secluded.
December 24, 2015 - reviewed by Pilar White
History preserved and restored at this western mining town. Like stepping back in time. Activities for kids and watering hole for adults. RV spots are nice with full hookups. Can get windy at times. Nice and quiet away from the highway.