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Bear Wallow Group Campground
Located along north side of the Kings River on a large sandy flat area. The maximum group size is 50, and the maximum vehicle length is 25 feet. Site contains grills, fire rings, picnic tables, and vault toilets. There is no water or cell phone coverage. Maximum length of stay is 14 days. Available year round free of charge. Located in the Sierra National Forest, California.
Mill Creek Campground
Free camping is available at 5 sites. 35' maximum vehicle length. Sites have fire rings, grills, and picnic tables. The vault toilets are handicap accessible. There is no cell phone coverage in the area. 14-day limit. Located in the Sierra National Forest, California.
Little Jackass Campground
5 free campsites. Sites have grills, fire rings, and picnic tables. Vault toilets. 20' maximum vehicle length. 14-day limit. Located in the Sierra National Forest, California.
Clover Meadow Campground
7 free sites are available. Sites have fire rings and picnic tables. Campground has drinking water and vault toilets. Maximum vehicle length is 20' and there is a 14-day limit. Closed in winter. Located in the Sierra National Forest, California.
Eldorado National Forest
Free dispersed camping is allowed at almost everywhere within the Eldorado National Forest, California. A free Campfire Permit is required for campfires, stoves, lanterns, or barbeques used outside of a recreational vehicle. Pets are allowed, but must be kept under control at all times.
Six Rivers National Forest - California
Free dispersed camping is allowed thoughout the forest except unless specifically prohibited. Site must be at least 1/4 mile away from developed camping areas and there is a 30 day limit per district. Watch out for bears.
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Lake Tahoe Basin
Free dispersed and backcountry camping is available at the Basin along the border of California and Nevada. Some restrictions apply. A California Campfire Permit is required for backcountry camping, and some areas also require a Wilderness Permit.