Centennial Bluff overlooks Coleville, and is a large attraction for the area. SUBMITTED PHOTO
The Coleville/Walker area is a great place to base your northern Highway 395 adventure. It is centrally located in the Antelope Valley along Scenic Highway 395, which runs parallel to the West Walker River, between South Lake Tahoe and the Entrance to Yosemite on Highway 120 in Lee Vining. Many attractions close by include the Bodie Ghost Town, Mono Lake and Lake Topaz as well as the great fishing areas of the Walker River, Twin and The Virginia Lakes, which are perfect for rainbow trout. If you are in the mood for some more adventure, there is hiking, waterskiing, ATV or UTV trails with the ATV Jamboree in mid-June, 9 years in running.
In the area are also Craft Stores and a Native American Arts and Crafts boutique. After a long day of fishing or shopping, you can stop by Mountain View BBQ to have Jeff smoke our fresh fish or have a fantastic BBQ lunch or dinner.
The Coleville/Walker area also boasts an award-winning KOA Park, winning the Presidents and Founders award, voted 5th in the nation. The Meadowcliff Lodge and Coleville/Walker KOA have 34 RV sites with full hook-ups, as well as 20 rooms with cable TV, Wi-Fi, patios and some with full kitchens. If you do not want to cook, there is an onsite restaurant with great home cooking. Take the entire family along to enjoy all the outdoor activities.