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The 2016-2017 winter was a whopper! On the plus side, our lakes and streams are filling up and, at least for now, the drought is on hold. Although the snow is melting fast (even gone in most areas) unfortunately, it looks like it is proving to be quite a challenge and some of the campgrounds have changed their scheduled opening dates including the Lake’s Basin in Mammoth Lakes and Devils Postpile.

But don’t worry, there are many other campgrounds in the area that are open for you to enjoy. Although many of these listed campgrounds are reserve-able, it is important to note many sites are first come first serve so don’t be discouraged if you look online and it shows full. You can still find sites open throughout the area. Here is a list of most of the campgrounds open now (or opening in the next week):

Bishop Area:

  • Brown’s Town Campground
  • Brown’s Mill Pond Campground
  • Creekside RV Park
  • Pleasant Valley Campgrounds (Near Reservoir) Highlands RV Park Shady Rest RV Park

Convict/Crowley/Rock Creek Areas:

  • Aspen Group
  • Big Meadows Campground
  • Brown’s Owens River Campground
  • Convict Lake Campground
  • Crowley Lake Fish Camp
  • Crowley Lake RV Park
  • French Camp Campground
  • Holiday Campground
  • Iris Meadows Campground
  • McGee Creek Campground
  • McGee Creek RV
  • Palisades Group Campground
  • Rock Creek Lake Campground
  • Tuff Campground

Mammoth Lakes Area:

  • Camp High Sierra
  • Sherwin Creek Campground
  • Mammoth Mountain RV
  • New Shady Rest Campground
  • Sherwin Creek Campground

June Lake Loop:

  • Golden Pine RV
  • Grant Lake Marina
  • June Lake Campground
  • June Lake RV
  • Oh Ridge Campground
  • Pine Cliff RV
  • Reversed Creek Campground
  • Silver Lake Campground
  • Silver Lake Resort (RV Park)

Lee Vining Area:

  • Lower Lee Vining Campground
  • Mono Vista RV Park
  • Lundy Lake Resort

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