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Old 06-02-2014, 09:08 PM   #1
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Big Pine Creek Campground in Inyo Nat Forest

Just got back from a 3 day weekend at Big Pine Creek Campground in the Eastern Sierras CA.
Great spot!
I have a 31' fleetwood Terra SE, and it was pretty tight to fit there, but just did it. Keep it to the first loop (sites 26,27,28,29 etc) the rest you won't be able to get your rig down the road. 35' would be the REAL max, not because of the site, but the road down to it.

2 great campgrounds just below on the road (Sage flats) that are more RV friendly, but your not "all the way up" the road..

Stocked trout pond, amazing views, and good hiking. Tried some trout fishing in the stream and got nothing but little 6-8" brown trout.

Some photos:
One of the trout pond (about a 5 min walk) and our campsite at night. Great for viewing stars too!
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