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Old 01-28-2015, 12:50 PM   #11
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There is two ways you can come from: From Porterville, Drive 34 miles east on highway 190 to Camp Nelson. Continue on about 15 miles southeast on highway 190 to the entrance road.
Forest Road 21S07.

Or from Kernville (Lake Isabella) take the 178 to the 155 take the 155 around the lake to the 495. Take 459 to Mnt. HW 99. Follow that all the way to M50. M50 to M90 stay on that past Trail Of 100 Giants Trail (Long Meadow Grove) about 17miles to Upper Peppermint ( Forest Route 21S07) if you go past Peppermint Creek you've past the road

There is brown sign that says Peppermint campground, and a dirt turn off.
https://www.google.com/maps/dir//36....18.5353583,15z

That's the best I can do and it took me an hour, I didn't save the GPS because we've been going there for years. Sorry.
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Looks like plenty of water to me haha...
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Just know that every time we go here we have to treat our dog for giardia. I'm not going to tell you not to drink the water (it's none of my business), I just hope you either have lots of TP or the means and know-how to purify it. Bring some Metronidazole.

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Most of the Natl Forest places we visit has a central bath room setup somewhere relative close by...

Thanks for the nice photos...

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This place doesn't, it's as boondocking as it gets.
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