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F ort Independence Reservation RV Park and Campground is located along highway 395, just north of Independence, California.  The campground offers many amenities for all types of campers, including tents and RV's. Many of our campsites include water and sewer hook-up. Reservations can be made at the Plaza Store or by calling our campground host at 760-878-2483.

  • Full Hook-up ........................................... $28 / Per Day

  • Electricity & Water ................................. $24 / Per Day

  • Water Only ............................................. $15 / Per Day

  • Showers (Non Campers) ....................... $5

  • Clean Restrooms and Showers

  • RV Dump Station

  • Convenience Store & Casino

  • Gas Station - Cheapest Gas in the Valley!

  • Stream Fishing

  • Interpretive Trail

  • Two vehicles per campsite.

  • Visitors must park in Visitors Lot (under basketball court).

  • Quiet hours are from 9 PM to 7 AM.

  • Display camping permit where it can be easily viewed.

  • Pets must be on leash at all times. Dog/Pet litter to be cleaned up immediately. Carry bags with you.

  • Animals not to be left at campsite alone.

  • Maximum of 4 people per campsite.

  • No Littering.

  • No Digging. No plant gathering, wood gathering or wood cutting permitted.

  • Campground Speed Limit 5 MPH.

  • No Fireworks or Firearms!

  • Always be courteous and respectful of other campers.

  • Do not feed wildlife.

  • No Smoking in Bathrooms/Showers.

  • Campfire must be attended at all times.

  • Water must be available at all times to extinguish uncontrolled flames.

  • Douse campfire with water to ensure fire is completely extinguished before leaving the area.

  • Clean area after use, dispose of trash in appropriate bins.

  • Firewood only. Construction lumber with nails is not permitted.

Nuume means “The People” in Paiute. We, the Nuume (pronounced noom-muh), have inhabited this area for many hundreds of years, and we continue to do so today. Our centuries-old way of life and language has changed dramatically within the last hundred years. Our traditional lifestyle was full of work and occasional hardship, but very rich in creativity and harmony with nature. Please enjoy this short nature trail. We hope your walk leaves you with deeper insight into our traditional way of life, and the intrinsic value of this land.