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Walker Pass Campground

Walker Pass Campround is located just off of California State Highway 178 and at the junction of the Owens Peak and Cache Peak segments of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail. Located at 5,000 feet, there are pinyon pines and a few Joshua trees in this semi-arid setting and outstanding views of the dry, rugged foothills of the Southern Sierras. The campround includes eleven walk in sites for Pacific Crest Trail hikers and tent campers. The camprgound also has two sites for car camping. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Hitching racks and corrals are available for horses. No potable water is available at this site.


Driving directions to Walker Pass Campground

Follow highway CA-178 approximately 9 miles west from the junction of CA-14 or 35 miles east of the town of Lake Isabella. Walker Pass Campground is just west of Walker Pass and well signed. From highway CA-178 West, the Campground will be on the right. From CA-178 East the Campground will be on the left.

Location and contact info

Isabella Walker Pass Road, CA 93255

For campground inquires, please call:661-391-6000

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Activities at Walker Pass Campground

Camping

Hiking

Wildlife viewing

Photography

Horseback riding


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