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Tinnemaha Creek Campground is located in Inyo County in Eastern California. It is typically reachable by road, but the specific driving directions may vary based on starting point. The campground may be situated off Highway 395, which runs through this region.

Geography & Climate:

The campground is set within a semi-arid environment, characterized by hot summers and cool winters. The proximity to Tinnemaha Creek offers a riparian habitat contrasting with the dryer surrounding landscape. The geography usually features sagebrush, desert scrub, and a backdrop of distant Sierra Nevada peaks.

Facilities & Amenities:

The campground may offer basic amenities such as:

  • Campsites: Usually suited for tents and RVs without hookups.
  • Fire Pits and Grills: For campfire cooking (subject to fire restrictions).
  • Restrooms: Basic toilets, but possibly no showers.
  • Picnic Tables: Typically provided at each campsite.
  • Potable Water: Availability should be checked ahead of time as remote campgrounds may not have a reliable water source.


Visitors to Tinnemaha Creek Campground might be able to engage in various outdoor activities:

  • Fishing: Tinnemaha Creek may offer fishing opportunities, but check for seasonal restrictions and licensing requirements.
  • Hiking: There may be trails nearby, varying in difficulty.
  • Wildlife Viewing: The area can be good for spotting local wildlife and birds.
  • Photography: Scenic views could provide ample photo opportunities, especially with the Sierra Nevada as a backdrop.

Reservations & Fees:

  • Reservations: Depending on the campground's management, it might operate on a first-come, first-served basis, or reservations might be possible.
  • Fees: There is likely a fee for overnight camping. Check for the latest rates and how to pay (on-site or online).


  • Fire Safety: Due to wildfire risk, obey all fire regulations, which may include restrictions or bans on campfires.
  • Leave No Trace: Pack out all trash and belongings. Leave the site as you found it.
  • Pets: Rules regarding pets vary; they may be allowed but should be kept on leashes.

Best Times to Visit:

The best time to visit the campground would typically be late spring through early fall when temperatures are more moderate. However, keep in mind that summer temperatures can be extremely hot. Always check weather conditions before planning your trip.

Contact Information:

For the most accurate and current information, contact the managing agency directly. This might be the Inyo County Parks and Recreation Department, the Bureau of Land Management, or a similar organization.

Note: Always check for the most recent updates or advisories before planning a visit, as conditions or accessibility can change due to weather, road conditions, or other factors.

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