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My husband and I camped at Big Meadows during the July 4th holiday weekend. We reviewed the YouTube video showing each of the campsites, and chose B106 as it appeared to fit our needs for a SUV and 10x12 tent. We were not disappointed. Even...More
We stayed at Big Meadows for four nights in a hard-sided pop-up camper. We've been in several National Parks across the country and this is one of the best. Positives: great scenery; excellent hiking trails for all levels of fitness; campsites are not too close...More
We always stay in the B loop which is non-generated. Our camp sights have always been spacious and private. The nearby restrooms are well maintained. Very relaxing to see the deer come right up to the camp sight. We did have a major thunderstorm come...More
Beautiful views, but somewhat crowded. Our site and those around us needed some maintenance, potholes and uneven paving, unlevel sites. It made siting a camper difficult. We had friends staying at the lodge so we had a very nice time.
If you like privacy, seclusion, and to be in the woods this may not be the campground for you. You best option is to get a walk in campsite, most of the drive in lots are really close together and completely out in the open....More
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While the Rangers are very nice, they seem to be real sticklers for the rules. We have a motorcycle camper, which is more like a tent than a camper, but because it has small tires they would not let us park it on the grass... More
While the Rangers are very nice, they seem to be real sticklers for the rules. We have a motorcycle camper, which is more like a tent than a camper, but because it has small tires they would not let us park it on the grass ANYWHERE, because they said the rules say ALL tires must be on the pavement. They said if we did not park on the pavement, we would have to leave. This was sort of a problem because the tent section has to be stakes....we figured it out, but they DID come around and check. I did not see any really big family groups, but most of the camper sites are pretty close together, so you could install Grandma (or a couple of kids) in a tent and it would still be like having one site. If Grandma has a senior pass (we do) she can get a site for $10.00. And you can get in free to the park as long as she is with you. I would call them and ask if you can have seven on a site, but I would bet that they are not going to allow it....