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Lone Pine

Contact Info
Lone Pine
Inyo National Forest
Lone Pine, CA 93545

Phone 1:
760-937-6070
Basics
Number of Sites:
28

Amenities

Basic Amenities
  • Drinking Water
  • Flush Toilets
Special Features
  • Fishing
Additional Conveniences
  • Pets Allowed

Details

Season
Open through Wed Oct 30 2013
Location
Getting There:
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
36.59761, -118.18481
36°35'51"N, 118°11'5"W

From U.S. Highway 395 in California, travel to the town of Lone Pine. The campground is 6 miles west of Lone Pine on Whitney Portal Road.

Basic Info
Total Sites:
28
Hikers are drawn to the majestic scenery and challenging trails of the Whitney Portal area. Trails lead to the John Muir Wilderness, including Mt. Whitney, and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. The Mt. Whitney trailhead is just 7 miles away.

The less challenging National Recreation Trail connects Lone Pine Campground to Whitney Portal and its picnic area and fishing pond.

The eastern Sierras are also known for exceptional trout fishing, and anglers can access Lone Pine Creek and a nearby pond.

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