Halloween is fast approaching!


If you’re looking for a fun and spooky Halloween weekend, there’s no better place to visit than Mammoth Lakes and the High Sierra. Whether you’re looking for exciting parties, haunted places or serene locations, you have several options. 


One of the best ways to experience Halloween in Mammoth Lakes is by going on an RV camping trip. This allows you to enjoy modern comforts as you experience the thrill and magic of the great outdoors.


Adventure in Camping offers a large fleet of the newest RVs you can rent while you spend time in one of the 80 campgrounds across the High Sierras. Call us at (760) 935-4890 to know more.


And now, here are the top things you can do in the High Sierra and Mammoth Lakes this Halloween.    


Open mic at Distant Brewing


Aside from offering hazy pale ales, barrel-aged beers and imperial stouts, Distant Brewing hosts open mic events on Mondays. They offer guitars, amps, drums, keyboards and other materials you’ll need to perform on stage. Distant Brewing is the place to go if you’re looking for a cozy destination this Halloween.


You can visit Distant Brewing at 568 Old Mammoth Road, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546. You can call them at (760) 579-2779.


Explore the Bodie State Historic Park 


If you’re up for an adventure, you can explore the Bodie State Historic Park. 


During the 1870s, Bodie had more than 10,000 residents and produced over $35 million in gold. It has since become abandoned and became California’s official ghost town. 


Bodie is a time capsule of the Wild West and the gold rush era. This town hasn’t been reconstructed or renovated since it was abandoned. For instance, its general store remains fully stocked with items dating back over 150 years.


You can go to Bodie by yourself or on a guided tour. Contact the Bodie Foundation to schedule your trip at (760) 932-7574 or through this page.   


Attend the Freaker’s Ball


Mix and mingle with creatures of the night at the Annual Freakers Ball Halloween Party. Known for its circus extravaganza atmosphere, this year’s event features a $10,000 costume contest. It’s a must-see Halloween event in the High Sierra, especially if you’re looking to dance and party.


Two events are happening at the Bally’s Lake Tahoe Blu & Opal Nightclub on Saturday, October 29, 2022. You need to be over 21 years old to participate, and doors will open at 9 p.m. Contact (775) 450-6373 to learn more.


Get on a Halloween Cemetery Tour


If you’re looking to get goosebumps this Halloween, we recommend you go on a cemetery tour around Yosemite National Park. The park’s history and lore date back to the 1800s, and it features a centuries-old cemetery. 


The site has various grave sites, headstones and resting places. You can find historical figures and random personalities here that have become a part of the Yosemite National Park. If loud parties are not for you, consider a different kind of adventure this Halloween.


Ghost hunting around Mammoth Lakes


Instead of going on a trick or treat at home, make this year’s Halloween more memorable by ghost hunting around Mammoth Lakes. The various campgrounds around the area are no stranger to spooky and paranormal occurrences, guaranteeing a hair-raising adventure.


For example, Lake Mary is a famous camping ground known for its astonishing views and pristine waters. It’s a popular hiking and fishing spot, but several campers experienced seeing ghosts of children near the area. 


Likewise, the beautiful Twin Lakes campground has its share of sightings. According to legend, the spirits of the people who drowned near the lake have caused disturbances to visitors. 


Of course, going on a ghost-hunting trip is not for the faint of heart. 


Visit Mammoth Lakes this Halloween


The High Sierra offers various attractions for all kinds of people. You’re sure to find a place for you and your loved ones, whether you’re into nature, parties or spooky adventures. So visit and explore Mammoth Lakes this Halloween for an unforgettable experience.


If you’re looking for the perfect place to stay in Mammoth Lakes, consider Adventure in Camping. We’re a premier RV rental company operating over 80 campground locations in Mammoth Lakes and the Eastern Sierra. 


To schedule your next adventure, you may reach out by calling us at (760) 935-4890 or by filling out this form