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June Lake Campgrounds

June Lake is tucked into an Eastern Sierra canyon surrounded by huge mountains and scenic vistas. The lakes of June sit center stage and the driving loop goes around the perimeter of the entire town. Campsites indicated can be reserved in advance by calling the local ranger station and that is always a good idea. The other campgrounds without indication are not reservable and are available on a first-come, first-served basis through the local visitors centers. Don't forget your June Lake map!

CAMPGROUND   # of
Sites
Season Water Fee ($) Stay
Limit
Elev.
(ft.)

JUNE LAKE

Gull Lake   11 4-23/11-1 Piped 12 14 7,600
June Lake Reserve 28 4-23/11-1 Piped 12 14 7,600
Silver Lake Accessible level-easy   63 4-23/11-1 Piped 12 14 7,200

LEE VINING

Big Bend Accessible level-easy   17 4-25/10-15 Piped 11 14 7,800
Big Springs   26 4-25/11-1 None 0 21 7,300
Deadman   30 6-1/10-13 None 0 14 7,800
Ellery Lake Accessible level-easy   15 6-1/10-15 Piped 11 14 9,500
Glass Creek   50 5-15/11-1 None 0 21-42 7,600
Hartley Springs   20 6-1/10-1 None 0 14 8,400
Junction   13 6-1/10-15 Stream 6 14 9,600
Obsidian Flat (group) Reserve 1 6-1/10-15 Stream 20   7,800
Oh! Ridge Accessible level-easy Reserve 148 4-23/11-1 Piped 12 14 7,600
Reversed Creek   17 5-15/10-15 Piped 12 14 7,600
Saddlebag Lake
Accessible level-difficult
  20 6-1/10-15 Piped 11 14 10,000
Sawmill walk-in   12 6-1/10-15 Stream 6 14 9,800
Tioga Lake  
Accessible level-easy
  13 6-1/10-15 Well 11 14 9,700
Trailhead Group
(at Saddlebag Lake)
Reserve 1   Well 30+   10,000
Accessible -Indicates some accessible campsites.
Level of Difficulty: level-easy Easy level-moderateModerate level-difficultDifficult
   
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