The historic Dinkey Creek Inn has been humming along since 1930. It is a quaint mountain store that offers snacks, candy, ice cream, beverages and basic food items for campers who forgot the mustard.

The cafe includes a small counter and during hunting season a few extra tables. The fare is basic and good eating. The proprietors are great people offering meals at a decent price.

You can get a morning newspaper and a shower at the Dinkey Creek Inn. We have 3 older Fishing Cabins and 4 modern Chalets for rent.

The Dinkey Creek campground is spread out along the banks of the creek in a thick forest. There is a group site that can accommodate up to 50 people. The rest are a mix of standard or tent-only single sites. All sites have paved spurs, picnic tables and fire grills; accessible sites are available. Both vault and flush toilets are provided.

The Dinkey Creek Ranger Station is located nearby and is open daily from May through September. Other services are located in Shaver Lake, approximately a 30 minute drive from the campground. Cell phone service is not available in this area.

The Dinkey Creek Inn staff looks forward to your visit. Stop by for a cup of coffee or a cold drink. You can call (559) 841-3435 or Email the Inn if you have questions or need more details.
Beautiful Waterfall on Dinkey Creek
Dinkey Creek Inn Welcomes Visitors
Very Popular Dinkey Creek Campground
Pine Logging Sawmill Site Near Dinkey Creek
Many 4-Wheel Drive Trails Are Nearby
Historic Bridge Across Dinkey Creek
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