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New Wishon Dock Layout

Stunning Yosemite National Park with it's spectacular vistas of mountain-and- valley scenery is only a scenic 45 mile trip from Camp Wishon. See the spectacular collection of waterfalls, meadows, and forests that include groves of giant sequoias - the world's largest living things. During the winter season, from Camp Wishon you can enjoy downhill and cross country skiing at Badger Pass, California's oldest ski area, which is located in Yosemite.

Camp Wishon Cove Layout (Enlarge Map)

Camp Features:

Members and their guests may use the lake at their own risk.

A playground which includes, volleyball, basketball, tetherball and ping pong.

A recreation room which includes two pool tables, a card table, ice machine, and air hockey.

Limited WiFi is now available.

Laundry facilities available.

Supplies may be purchased from stores in nearby Oakhurst.

Cabin Information

Twenty-one cabins are available:

Five for 7 people One for 6 people
Twelve for 5 people
One for 2 people
One for 8 people (Cookhouse)
One for 11 people (Guest Motel)

All units have the following:

Table with chairs
Beds (see cabin layout)
Bathroom with shower

Fully equipped kitchen which includes:
electric range, refrigerator, kitchenware (dishes, silverware, etc.), cooking utensils, coffee maker, toaster, microwave

Cookhouse Only:

Fireplace
TV w/VCR

There are also 5 dormitory rooms (rented separately) adjacent to cabin #19 which sleep 2 people each. These rooms do not have kitchens but do have access to a bathroom with shower


Typical Cabin


Clubhouse

RV/Trailer sites and Campsites:

Eight full-service RV/trailer sites which are limited to one trailer and tow car per site

Ten campsites, each of which accommodates a maximum of two 3-man tents

Each site is equipped with the following:

Water and electricity
Table and benches
BBQ pit
Covered shed
Restrooms with showers are located nearby

Laundry facilities are available and supplies may be purchased from stores in Oakhurst.

Directions:

Camp Wishon Cove is in the Sierra Nevada Mountains on the southern shore of Bass Lake, located at 38088 Road 222, Wishon, California 93669. From Highway 41, turn right on Road 426, and proceed 6.2 miles to the Bass Lake turnoff. Proceed 1 mile to Road 222, turn right, and continue to the camp entrance.

CABIN BED
ROOMS
BEDS
1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 One 2D, 1T
2, 5 One* 2D, 3T*
* 2T in bunkhouse for summer use
6 Two 2D, 2T
16 None 1D
17, 18 One +nook 2D, 1T
19 Two 2D, 3T
Dorms 1-4   2T each
Dorm 5   1D, 1T
Cookhouse Two 2D, 4T
Motel Six 11T
D=Double Bed; T=Twin Bed; BB=Bunk Beds

RV SITES
(Full Hookups)
CAPACITY
1, 2, 3, 4 Up to 38' in length & 1 tow car
5, 6, 7, 8 Up to 30' in length & 1 tow car
CAMPSITES Limited to two 3-man tents.
(All campsites have a picnic table, BBQ pit, water, electricity, and a covered shed.)


Cookhouse, rear entry


Motel, rear entry


Trailer sites #7 & 8


Campsites #1,2 & 4

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Water-Sports Advisory

In recent years, several water bodies in the southwestern United States, including California, have become infested with the non-native Quagga mussel. This species is very invasive and once introduced can proliferate rapidly. The spread of these mussels can be very damaging to the native ecosystem and ultimately cause significant harm to water collection and distribution systems, including power generating facilities. Fortunately they have not currently know to exist in any PG&E reservoirs. The biggest risk in the spread of this species is the movement of watercraft or water related equipment from infested waters. If you are planning to bring a boat or other water borne equipment to a PSEA facility find out more about how you can help prevent the spread of this species by going to the Department of Fish and Game website at http://www.dfg.ca.gov/invasives/quaggamussel.