Lodging in Mammoth Lakes
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Camping in Mammoth Lakes
Whether you seek the solitude of backcountry camping or a convenient place for you and yours to pitch a tent or park an RV, there are plenty of places to camp in our beautiful Mammoth Lakes backyard. We recommend early booking, as sites taking reservation can fill quickly. Check out the links we've provided below for more info on camping.
For more detailed information, please visit the U.S. Forest Service/Inyo National Forest website.
Old Shady Rest Campground | 1.6m from The Village at Mammoth (steps away from Shady Rest outdoor yoga sessions)
Old Shady Rest Campground is a large facility convenient to many activities and is within walking distance of the Mammoth Lakes community.
Pine Glen Campground | 1.0m from The Village at Mammoth
Pine Glen is a group camping facility located within walking distance of the full-service community of Mammoth Lakes.
Twin Lakes Campground | 3.6m from The Village at Mammoth
Three loops with 93 sites total are located in the heart of the Mammoth Lakes Basin. Great for families, RV campers and tent campers alike.
Coldwater Campground | 4.9m from The Village at Mammoth
One of Mammoth Lake's largest and well-liked campgrounds is located on a forested hillside at 8,900 feet elevation above Lake Mary in the Mammoth Lakes Basin.
Lake Mary Campground | 4.8m from The Village at Mammoth
Lake Mary is the star of the Mammoth Lakes region. Of the 11 lakes in the area, Mary is the largest and most developed.
Mammoth Mountain RV Park | .9m from The Village at Mammoth
Mammoth Mountain RV Park offers full and partial hook-up sites, tent camping and cabins in the beautiful alpine town of Mammoth Lakes, CA.
Getting to Mammoth Lakes
Take advantage of low fares from dozens of cities Worldwide and fly directly to Mammoth Lakes on United Airlines.
Check the current flight schedule page for details on available flights.
Access from all directions via the scenic north-to-south US Highway 395, which runs along the eastern side of California's Sierra Nevada Range.