Camping in Camp Four And Half Cabin – Sequoia National Forest, CA

Camp Four And Half Cabin Camp Four And Half Cabin is situated at 1100 foot elevation and is available for rental for up to 14 days, year around. Each season brings a different kind of beauty to this area. In the fall and winter the cabin is above the central valley fog, in the spring it is ablaze with wildflowers and wildlife and in the summer it is hot and dry, with the river to cool you off!

Camp Four And Half Cabin

Overnight use of the cabin is available for individuals, families and groups up to 12 people. The two-bedroom, one bath cabin has beds for 6 people (2 twins, a queen and a double hide-a-bed) and room in the yard to pitch tents. The cabin is equipped with a generator to provide electricity, propane stove and refrigerator, and a heater and swamp cooler. It is furnished with a kitchen table and benches, couch and reclining chair, 5 lawn chairs, an outdoor barbecue and picnic table, and all the usual kitchen dishes, pots and pans. There is a tub/shower combination and toilet in the bathroom. Toilet paper, bath soap, and garbage bags are provided. This cabin has been modified with many accessible features but some features may not be fully accessible. Call for more details. The closest pay phone to Camp Four And Half Cabin is located at Balch Camp (near the swimming pool) about 3 miles from the cabin; cell phone coverage is approximately 5 miles back down toward the lake at an obvious ridge top.

Camp Four And Half Cabin

You will need to bring sleeping bags or bed linen and blankets as well as bath linen. Bed pillows are supplied. You will need to bring all food items (including salt and pepper), and may want to include baggies and tinfoil. Other items you may wish to bring might include books, flashlight, camera, insect repellant, sunscreen and fishing poles and license. The section of the Kings River from Garnet Dike to Pine Flat Lake is open to fishing year round with a 2 fish limit. Whitewater rafting and kayaking in spring, but can be dangerous. Kayaing, rafting, swimming, and canoeing in late summer and fall when river is calmer. Hiking and horse riding on trails along both sides of the river. OHV riding in the area. Wildlife viewing is popular.

Camp Four And Half Cabin

Thing To Do:

  • Camping
  • Bird Watching
  • Horseshoe Pitching
  • Hunting
  • Kayaking
  • Sightseeing
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Canoeing

Camp Four And Half CabinAmenities:

  • Accessible Handicapped Site
  • BBQ Grills
  • Beds & Foam Pads
  • Broom & Dust Pan
  • Cabin Rental
  • Dishes & Tableware
  • Drinking Water
  • Flush Toilet
  • Flush Toilets
  • Historic Sites
  • Horseshoe Pit
  • Hot Showers
  • Mattress
  • Parking
  • Photography
  • Picnic Tables
  • Pots & Pans
  • Propane & Cooking Stove
  • Restroom
  • River Access
  • Scenery
  • Separate Tent Areas
  • Showers
  • Stove
  • Table & Chairs
  • Water Drinking
  • Water Faucet

Near By:

  • Access Trails
  • All Terrain Vehicle
  • Boat-In Sites
  • Hiking
  • Hiking Trail
  • Off Road Vehicle Trail
  • Pay Telephone
  • River Trips

Camp Four And Half Cabin Special Notes:
Please call the Hume Lake Ranger Station at 559-338-2251 five days before your arrival to receive the cabin door combination.
Note: Nearest gas station is 20 miles away at Trimmer Springs.

Camp Four And Half Cabin

Address:
Camp Four And Half Cabin (CA)
35860 KINGS CANYON RD
Dunlap CA 93621
Phone Park for More Information: (559)338-2251

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
36.86222, -119.28861

Driving direction:
Camp 4 1/2 Station is about 60 miles, or 2 hours, east of Fresno. Take highway 180 east of Fresno to Academy Avenue. Turn left (north) and proceeds one mile to the intersection with Belmont Avenue. Turn right (east) on Belmont. From the Belmont/Academy intersection set your trip odometer to zero, it will take approximately 1.5 hours from this point. Proceed east on Belmont which turns into Trimmer Springs Road. Stay on Trimmer Springs Road, and match your odometer with the following checkpoints: At approximately 13.0 miles you will pass through the tiny community of Piedra, your last opportunity to purchase supplies and gas. This store is only open during the day. The community of Trimmer (last pay phone, part-time store) will be at mile 25.6. Big Creek Bridge is mile 33.3. You will be getting close when you pass a power station on your right (brightly lit at night). At mile 42.0, you will pass Kirch Flat Campground, immediately past Kirch Flat you will cross the Kings River Bridge and are now on the south side of the Kings River. You will be on paved Forest Service Road 12S01. Approximately one mile further, the pavement will turn to dirt. At this point there is another bridge (Bailey’s Bridge) but do not cross it, stay on the south side of the river. The last 7/10ths of a mile to the cabin is a dirt road, passable by a sedan.
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