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Mammoth Lakes Camping

Forest Service lands are open to camping unless otherwise posted which makes Mammoth, Bishop, June Lake, Yosemite, Lone Pine, Rock Creek and the Bristlecone Forest prime places to set up a tent and sleep under the stars. There are many campgrounds in the area and we break the campsites down by overall location. If you're idea of "roughing it" is more like some of our modern Mammoth Cabins, we can help with that too.
twin lakes from the bridge
Many of the campsites stay open all winter long as long as the roads are accessable, of course some sites close. Campgrounds open at different times and close at different times. If you are adventuring out in the early season, please check with the Forest Service before booking online if your site of choice is open and will be open during your planned holiday.

Check out the local campgrounds and sleep under the stars. Mammoth campgrounds from Explore Mammoth.

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