Coleville / Walker Koa

Coleville, California

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This is the perfect base camp in the Eastern Sierra for visiting Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park, Mono Lake, Reno, Virginia City and Bodie. Magnificent chiseled gray granite rises up behind Coleville/Walker KOA, situated along the Three Flags Highway (395). The big-rig friendly KOA offers Pull-Thru RV Sites and Back-In RV Sites: All sites are full hookup with electric, water, sewer, cable TV, free Wi-Fi and a picnic table. You'll find clean, private family-style restrooms, hot showers, a laundry and a general store, as well as a restaurant serving breakfast (seasonal), volleyball, pool (seasonal), horseshoes, ice cream and RV supplies. The area is known for fishing, hiking, birding horseback riding, biking and off-road riding. Several ghost towns and natural hot springs invite exploring, and a casino is just 10 miles north. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend (or later). Max pull thru: 68 feet. Your hosts: Tim & Mary Fesko.

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