Chimney Peak, California Camping & Hiking

Chimney Peak, California Camping & Hiking

Chimney Peak Image Gallery



Follow highway CA-178 approximately 30 miles east of the town of Lake Isabella and turn north onto Canebreak Road. From here, you can access most of the sites within the recreation area, including Chimney Creek Campground, Long Valley Campground, Domelands Wilderness (on your left as you drive up Canebrake Road), Owens Peak Wilderness (on your right as you drive up Canebrake Road), and Chimney Peak Wilderness (on your left on Canebrake Road past the junction with Long Valley Road). For detailed directions to each of these sites, see their individual pages.





Camping Reservations

Reserve your campsite at these camping areas:

California Campgrounds

Hiking Trails

Looking for nice hiking areas to take a hike? Choose from these scenic hiking trails:

California Hiking Trails

Related Link(s)

More California Recreation Areas

Chimney Peak Recreation Area

Chimney Peak Recreation Area includes most of the Bakersfield Field Office’s Southern Sierra Recreation sites and Wilderness areas, including Domelands Wilderness, Sacatar Trail Wilderness, Owens Peak Wilderness, Chimney Peak Wilderness, Long Valley Campground, Chimney Creek Campground, Walker Pass Campground, the Owens Peak segment of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, Lamont Peak and other Wilderness trails, and the former Chimney Peak Backcountry byway. The area consists of approximately 105,000 acres stretching from north of California State Highway 178 to the edge of the Field Office near Kennedy Meadows. This rugged section of the southern Sierra Nevada mountains offers a number of excellent opportunities for hiking, bakcpacking, day hiking, horseback riding, and outstanding opportunities for primitive recreation and experiences of solitude and isolation.

More from

Dillon Lake, Ohio Camping & Hiking

Listen Directions Dillon Lake is approximately 6 miles northwest of Zanesville, Ohio and twenty miles east of Newark, Ohio. Access to the lake is provided by State Route 146 via

Price Canyon, Utah Camping & Hiking

Listen Directions The Price Canyon Recreation Area is 12 miles north of Price, Utah. Take U.S. Highway 50/6 North from Price and turn left at the entrance sign. From the