California Camping Areas

Taboose Creek County Park

Taboose Creek County Park Camping Area is located in eastern California, surrounded by stunning views of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. The park is near several points of interest, such as the historic town of Independence and the Owens Valley Paiute-Shoshone Cultural Center. The campground has 14 campsites that offer picnic tables, fire pits, and access to clean restrooms. The park operates on a first-come-first-serve basis, so campers are encouraged to arrive early to secure a spot.

The area is known for its unique and quirky geological formations, including the nearby Alabama Hills, which have been used as a backdrop for numerous Hollywood movies. The best time to visit Taboose Creek County Park Camping Area is during the summer months, from June to August, when temperatures average around 80°F during the day and 50°F at night.

In addition to camping, visitors can enjoy hiking, fishing, and swimming in the nearby creek. Overall, Taboose Creek County Park Camping Area is a great destination for those seeking a peaceful and scenic camping experience in eastern California. Get driving directions.


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