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Image of the check in office at Boulder Creek RV Resort Lone Pine, CA.Date: 9/1/16

Location: 4 miles south of Lone Pine, Ca.

Elevation: 3,700

Sites: 57 pull through sites, 20 back in sites, tents allowed on RV sites, various cabins available

Nightly Fee: $43.00 (Various discounts available-please call), tent camping $38.00, dry camping $33.00, weekly and monthly rates available-please call

Amenities: RV sites include picnic tables, fire rings, water and 30/50amp full hookups including cable TV… dump station ($10.00), propane, showers ($5.00), RV storage available, laundry facility, pool/spa, club house and muffin breakfast, mini-mart, lawn darts, horse shoes and basketball

Topography: High desert along the eastern slope of the Eastern Sierra near the Owens Valley

Miles One-Way: 200

Directions: From So Cal area I-15 north US-395 north continuing on past Olancha for approx. 18 miles on the east side of hwy

Website: Boulder Creek RV Resort

For the entire time that we have been traveling up to the Eastern Sierras we have passed Boulder Creek RV Resort in Lone Pine,Ca. and always wondered what it would be like to spend the night here. Now that we’re getting a little older we appreciate driving a few less miles each day and taking our time along the road to enjoy our surroundings. So, this year we took the plunge and reserved a spot to do a little camping… Lone Pine, Ca!

Image of the pool area at Boulder Creek RV Resort Lone Pine, CA.The first thing that we noticed was the friendliness of the staff and their efforts to make sure our stay was awesome. As we left check-in and headed for our site we could see that everything was organized very nicely and the grounds were very well kept.

After having been dry camping for a month it was nice to sit down and watch a little cable TV having hooked up to water, sewer and 30amp electrical. Being the first week of September it took a little while to cool down but around sun down it was very pleasant in our rig.

The next morning we enjoyed a nice muffin and coffee breakfast courtesy of management. Our pull through site made it easy to dump our tanks, disconnect and get back on the road after breakfast. Being in a pull through site made it easy for us to just stay connected and not have to fuss with hitching everything up in the morning!

Here at Boulder Creek RV Resort the list of amenities is amazing. One great mention is the club house where there’s a nice big screen TV, a full kitchen, an aviary, board games and much more. If you would like to do some laundry there are some coin operated machines available to you.

You may want to stroll around the huge property with your pets and then spend a little time in the pool and spa. If you need some snacks or supplies the mini mart is fairly well stocked to meet your needs. And if you’re running a little low on propane you can fill up here. Lone Pine is only four miles north if you’d like to go out to dinner or maybe have a full scale breakfast the next morning.

If you would like to explore the Alabama Hills where many movies have been shot, even recently, you’re only minutes away! Once you discover this RV resort you’ll seriously consider using this resort to begin and/or finish off your camping and fishing experience in the beautiful Eastern Sierras.

For more information on some great Lone Pine, California camping please check out… Boulder Creek RV Resort.

Image of an RV parking site at Boulder Creek RV Resort Lone Pine, CA.Image of the kids' play area at Boulder Creek RV Resort Lone Pine, CA.Image of the cozy clubhouse at Boulder Creek RV Resort Lone Pine, CA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By R.C. Stude

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