Golden Pine RV Park is a great campground if you want easy access to amenities and markets and need to be close to these following attractions: 

  • June Lake Loop
  • Mammoth Mountain
  • Gull Lake Marina
  • Mono Lake 

This campground is located in the small town of June Lake, adjacent to downtown so this means that bars, restaurants, and markets are just a short walking distance. Additionally, it has a paved road dotted with large pine trees that provide cool shade, making it a perfect place to have a quiet stroll. 


Onsite amenities: 

  • Full hookups
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Shaded spots 
  • Big rigs up to 50 ft


Nearby amenities: 

  • June Pie Pizza
  • June Lake General Store
  • Tiger Bar & Cafe
  • Hermitage Juice Cafe 
  • June Lake Brewing


98 Gull Lake Road, June Lake, California 93529

(Note: To get there, go 2.5 miles west on Highway 158, then turn right onto Gull Lake Road, which is at the end of The Village. You can find the campground’s driveway at the end of the Gull Lake Road on the right-hand side.)

Contact number: (37) 7773044 or (119) 0779243

Nearby Attractions

Meanwhile, we compiled a list of attractions that are close to the RV park. 

  • June Lake Loop

June Lake is a horseshoe-shaped canyon in the Eastern Sierra of California, next to Highway 395. It is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers with its spectacular views and four pristine lakes at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. 

The place also offers a wide range of activities, ranging from guided horseback riding and hiking to boating, fishing, and water sports activities. 


  • Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth Mountain is located within the Inyo National Forest of Madera and Mono Counties and is known for its extensive ski area, although it also offers other outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, and even fishing and boating with its pristine lake basin created by a series of volcanic eruptions that happened around 57,000 years ago. 

Meanwhile, Mammoth Mountain’s more than 80-mile biking trail is one of the longest and arguably the most breathtaking in the US. Its route includes challenging terrains for advanced riders and flat lanes for newbies and kids. 


  • Gull Lake Marina

The clear waters of Gull Lake are perfect for fishing and boating. Meanwhile, there are boat and fishing gear rentals and picnic spots around the marina. 


  • Mono Lake 

While the lake’s pristine water looks enticing, it is ultra-salty that swimming is generally not ideal since the water stings the eyes. This means you may just have to settle for boating, kayaking, and bird watching.

(Note: If you insist on swimming in Mono lake, keep the water out of your eyes, as it will sting. But aside from this inconvenience, the lake’s ultra-salty water is denser than ocean water, which means it provides more buoyancy when you swim.)