Situated at the base of the Sierra Nevada Range with views of the snowy mountain peaks to the west and the badlands of the Owens Valley to the east, this is a wonderful primitive campground in a very scenic location. Amenities include tables, fire rings, vault toilets, a dump station and water (off in the winter). We had planned to stay for several days but I forgot to take the elevation into account. It was cold! So south we go. :-D
I did not see any campsites marked as accessible but all of them have tables with extended tops, high fire rings and low hooks on the lantern posts. The sites are hard packed sand.
Many of the sites are large enough for any RV but the ground slopes to the east so leveling is neccessary.