The Snow is Finally Melting, and Campgrounds are Opening
With many of Sierra’s favorite campgrounds delayed opening due to record-breaking snowfall over the 2022-2023 winter, the snow is finally melting, and campgrounds are opening. Although some campgrounds are still pending, here’s what we know so far…
Campgrounds Open Now:
Oh Ridge, Silver Lake, Silver Lake RV Park, June Lake, June Lake RV, Grant Lake RV, Gull Lake, Reverse Creek, Golden Pine RV Park, Convict Lake, Mammoth Mountain RV, Crowley Lake Fish Camp, Crowley Lake RV Park, Brown’s Owens River, Brown’s Town Bishop, Millpond, Creekside RV
We are getting our information from available resources, including the USFS website and recreation.gov. Please understand these are estimated dates and may still be extended due to snow, flooding, or other damage. We recommend checking often and having a backup plan if your arrival date falls around these pending dates:
Campgrounds Pending, Due to Open June 2, 2023
Campgrounds Pending, Due to Open June 9, 2023
New Shady Rest, Old Shady Rest, Pine Glen, Sherwin Creek, McGee Creek
Campgrounds Pending, Due to Open June 16, 2023
Twin Lakes Mammoth Lakes, Coldwater
Go to Campgrounds Reservation
New Trailers for 2023
We have added a new trailer model to replace the popular 26BH model.
Introducing the 268BH (view specs here).
This is a spacious model with a queen bed up front, a couch and dinette (both can be converted into beds) and 2 double-size bunk beds in the rear. Perfect for a larger family. With the added sleeping space, a family of four can comfortably sleep in this trailer without the need to convert the couch or dinette beds.
We also added new Ultimate 26DBUD (view specs here) models this year.