Cedar Creek Campground

Located in the Greenhorn Mountains on the Sequoia National Forest, Kern River Ranger District, this high elevation campground is perfect for small get togethers. Also popular for hunting during season and fishing in Cedar Creek. There are vault toilets and  some picnic tables. Campfire permits are required from May 1 through the end of declaired fire season every year, and are available at any Forest Service station or can be printed online at www.fs.fed.us/r5/sequoia

Family friendly sites with a walking bridge over the creek in one site. This higher elevation campsite offers great weather during the summer months. Elevation is 4,800 ft.

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Latitude: 35.7486369 Longitude: -118.583765 Elevation: 4900 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Geri Adams

Number of Camp Sites

10 family units

Campground Style

Rustic

Maximum Campsite Spur Length

Unsuitable for trailers

Maximum Number of People Cabin or Fire Lookout May Accommodate

6 people per site

Nightly Fee

N/A

Maximum Length of Stay Allowed

14 days in a 30 day period

Direct Link to Reservation Site

No reservations required. First come first served.

Driving Directions

10 miles east of Glennville via State Highway 155 and 20 miles west of Wofford Heights. Hwy 155 is subject to chain requirements during the winter months due to snow on the road. Please check current road conditions before traveling Hwy 155.

Pet Friendly Notes

pets are allowed and must be on a leash.

Comments

Always have enjoyed this little spot in Kern County. My children love it also on those hot Bakersfield summers we could climb up to bohna peak or down towards the bottom past the cabin into meadows. The Ozark’s is now my home but to rest my head on that bend on 155 made us come alive. Thanks God!.

Dan Percival, 12/15/2015

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