Lemon Cove Village RV Park

The Sierra Nevada abounds with interesting historic sights to delight people of all ages, backgrounds and interests.  The most famous is Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, which is home to the General Sherman Tree, General Grant Tree and Mineral King, and a trail head for Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the lower 48 states.  The General Sherman Tree is the largest tree in the entire world and is believed to be between 2,300 and 2,700 years old.  The General Grant Tree is the third largest sequoia tree in the world and is estimated to be more than 3,000 years old.

The Lemon Cove/Sequoia Campground and RV park has proudly hosted visitors from all over the world.  We've had visitors from Germany, France, England, Italy, Australia, Canada, Czech Republic and The Netherlands, and not to mention our local returning campers.

We can easily accommodate large RVs in our spacious pull-thru sites. Our campground offers full service sites with 50 or 30 amp electricity depending on the RV size, water sewer, wifi, good cell phone reception, a sparkling swimming pool, clean restrooms with hot showers, 24hr laundry room.


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Latitude: 36.381877 Longitude: -119.025026 Elevation: 520 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Roger & Margaret Disinger

Number of Camp Sites


Campground Style


Maximum Campsite Spur Length


Maximum Number of People Cabin or Fire Lookout May Accommodate

6 persons per campsite

Nightly Fee

$30.00 to $48.00 for 2 persons, each additional person is $3.00 in an RV or $5.00 if tent camping

Maximum Length of Stay Allowed

Nightly, Weekly, or Monthly

Driving Directions

Traveling on Hwy 99 - Exit on Hwy 198,  travel East (in the direction of Sequoia National Park) for 22 miles. Hwy 198 is called Sierra Drive.  Exit off Hwy 198 into our parking lot.

Pet Friendly Notes

Dogs and cats allowed on leash.


I love this beautiful place. I’ve been coming for years and many to come.

Freddy paiz, 4/10/2013

I love this place we are really sad it was closed down :(

Teresa Ayala, 5/21/2015

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