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Campgrounds in Mammoth

Unprecedented camping in Mammoth and through out the Eastern Sierra wilderness is what brings you here. You know that. But staying in the right place is what is going to get you to come back again and again. So here is a list of the more popular campgrounds. Mammoth Campgrounds Camping and campgrounds sometimes are rated by difficulty in getting there. Family sites can be reserved up to 240 days in advance and group sites 360 days ahead. Most campgrounds do not accept reservations for the entire time they are open.

Inyo National Forest Campgrounds

Some campgrounds are available for groups only. Please check the list of all campgrounds below for more information. Only a few campgrounds on the Inyo National Forest are open for the winter. These include: Lone Pine, Oak Creek, Intake II (walk-in), Holiday Tuff and Grandview. Our links to these sites will give you the best available information as of this writing, and you may wish to call the local Ranger Station to verify any unexpected closures due to Mother Nature.

Mammoth Lakes Basin

There are five lakes in the basin area that offer camping sites. Coldwater, Twin Lakes, Lake George, Lake Mary and Pine City. All are concessionaire operated. The nightly fees are $13.00 and there are a total of 246 camp sites. Most open mid-June until mid-September. Twin Lakes and Pine City take reservations. Some camp sites are available on a first come basis.

Reds Meadow Area

There are seven campsite areas throughout the Reds Meadow area - Agnew Meadows, Minaret Falls, Reds Meadow, Pumice Flat, Upper Soda Springs, Agnew Meadows (group) and Pumice Flat (group). All are consessionaire operated. The nightly fees are $14.00 and there are 150 camp sites available. No reservations accepted except for Agnew Meadows and Pumice Flat.

Mammoth Village Area

In the town area of Mammoth Lakes there are three campground areas - Shady Rest, Sherwin Creek and Pine Glen (group). All are consessionaire operated. Nightly rates are $13.00 per night.

Devils Postpile

Part of the National Park Service, there are 21 campsites

Convict Lake

There are 88 campsites. . Dump station available for RV's.

Inyo County

Many Lone Pine campgrounds are open year-round, but the following are closed in the winter: Millpond Recreation Area and Schober Lane (Brown's Town).

Mono County

All Mono County campgrounds close during the winter.

Bureau of Land Management

Most BLM campgrounds including Tuttle Creek, Goodale Creek, Horton Creek and Crowley Lake close for the winter. The Pleasant Valley Bowl camping area will remain open year-round, but campers should be prepared with an alternate choice if all of the sites are full. No dispersed camping will be allowed outside the designated sites.





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