Big Meadow Campground

This scenic campground within the Stanislaus National Forest is located within a mature conifer forest of Red Fir and Lodgepole Pine, with scattered Quaking Aspen. Sites are large, private and shady. Natural granitic rock outcrops are scattered throughout.

The campground is located adjacent to Highway 4; some traffic noise may be apparent in individual sites close to the highway. Maximum vehicle length is 27 feet. Not all sites RV accessible. It is located nine miles southwest of Lake Alpine on Highway 4, 20 miles east of Arnold. Swimming and fishing for wild (non-stocked) Brown and Rainbow Trout is available in the North Fork Stanislaus River, via a 3/4 mile unmaintained trail.

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Latitude: 38.1825601 Longitude: -120.378518 Elevation: 3238 ft
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Number of Camp Sites

68

Campground Style

Semi-Developed

Maximum Campsite Spur Length

27 feet

Maximum Number of People Cabin or Fire Lookout May Accommodate

6

Nightly Fee

$17

Direct Link to Reservation Site

Some reservations are available by calling toll free to National Reservation Recreation Service at 1(877) 444-6667.

Driving Directions

Adjacent to Big Meadow Group Campground, nine miles southwest of Lake Alpine on Highway 4, 20 miles east of Arnold.

Pet Friendly Notes

Dogs on leashes are welcome.

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