Located in the heart of California’s Eastern Sierra, this National Monument usually opens in mid-June, and depending on weather conditions they close mid to late October. The park offers a unique blending of cultural, historical, ecological, recreational and educational opportunities. Shuttle busses to the Monument are available during the summer only. Dogs are allowed on the shuttle at the discretion of the bus driver and all dogs must be muzzled during the trip. Dogs are allowed throughout the park, in the campground for no additional fee, and on the trails,,, they must be kept leashed at all times while in the monument and cleaned up after promptly. Mutt Mitt ? disposable plastic bags are available at the monument trailhead. Dogs may not be left unattended except for very short periods and they may not be left in vehicles when temperatures reach 70 degrees. The 21 site campground is 1st come 1st served and can accommodate RVs up to 37 feet. The fee is $14 per night ($7 for Senior/Golden Access) and offers flush toilets, running water, fire pits, picnic tables, bear-proof lockers, and tent pads. Always call ahead to see if campgrounds are open from the winter storms,,, sometimes sites are limited or closed as a result. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.
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