Fishing on the West Walker River

Fishing on the West Walker River

Enjoy West Walker River camping when you stay at Coleville/Walker KOA Holiday. Our KOA Campground is just a short walk or drive from the river. Campers at our campground have private access to the river for wading, fishing and hiking.

The West Walker River is 95 miles long, flowing through eastern California and western Nevada. It begins above Leavitt Meadows, high in the Sierra Nevada mountains on the east edge of Yosemite National Park. The stream then follows Highway 108 and flows along Highway 395, to Topaz Lake, before merging with the East Walker River in Nevada. Most of the water in the river comes from snowmelt in the mountains.

Coleville/Walker KOA Holiday is the perfect place to stay if you want to camp at a campground with fishing in Coleville. Our campground's proximity to the West Walker River gives you easy access to great fishing areas. Portions of the stream have plenty of fish, from rainbow and brown trout, to the native Lahontan cutthroat. You can enjoy West Walker River fishing during your time at our KOA Campground. Whether fishing or hiking, our location offers the perfect opportunity to experience nature's beauty and see amazing wildlife.

Book Your Campsite Today

Have fun fishing, wading or hiking along the West Walker River when you stay at Coleville/Walker KOA Holiday. Our proximity to the river makes it easy for campers to enjoy their time in the great outdoors. Start planning your fishing trip at the West Walker River by booking your campsite with us today.  We have a variety of amenities to make your stay comfortable and fun!

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