Tuttle Creek Campground (BLM)

Horseshoe Meadow Road
Lone Pine, CA 93545

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Robert M.
1 review

Awesome view, fast Verizon,

We stayed at Tuttle Creek after the visitor center in Lone Pine said they are asking big rigs not to use the Alabama Hills to protect the ground cover. When we checked out the campground and found fast Verizon LTE and a nightly rate of $2.50 with the access pass, we decided to stay here instead. We got 4 bars Verizon with our booster and at least 10mbps (and often much more) download speeds during our stay. There is a creek that runs through the center of the campground and our site, #9, even had a little offshoot running through a culvert directly under the back of our site. All the sites seem unlevel due to the slope up to the Sierras, but our hydraulic jacks had no problem getting us level. The sites are well spaced out and have a concrete picnic table, fire ring and lantern post. There are several pit toilets (including one across from our site) and a few public water spigots. There is also a dump station with potable water, but we did not use that because we were heading to full hookups. Quiet time is 10pm to 6am. The access to Alabama Hills, Whitney Portal and the city of Lone Pine are all quick and easy. They do get busy on the weekends. The entrance road is paved with asphalt and has 5 GIANT speed bumps that are all angled and unavoidable. It says the speed limit is 10, but you have to take these at about 2mph, unless you want a good shake. There were several windy days while we were here in May. We loved our site, the outstanding view and the location at the foot of the Sierras and would definitely come back again.

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 May, 2017
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