Mammoth Camping Summer Family Fun
Starry, Starry Night.... that is what you get when you sleep under the Jefferson Pines in Mammoth. The Mammoth Lakes Basin has the most amount of camp sites, but there are campgrounds from the moment you reach town, until you head out into the back country, and also down in Red's Meadow. About 2000 place to park your tent. |
The wonderful thing about camping in Mammoth is that no matter where you go, the views are going to be spectacular. Whether you camp by the lakes, camp off trail, use an RV or camp with 5 stars it's going to be different every single trip to Mammoth. Filled with wildlife, you may see a bear (Yes, Marge, a bear and not the teddy variety), you may see sheep, elk, deer along with other critters which all make this adventure truly magical. And the photos!!!
Because camping here is the real thing with critters that are curious and some that are scared, you need to be on your game. The forest service can help answer all your questions, have guidebooks and can tell you some of the better campgrounds that will be good for you whether you're a novice or an expert. Many of the campgrounds allow you to reserve online which is highly recommend. All other sites, and family /group campgrounds are first come, first serve. If you are unsure of which grounds have availability, and you did not book ahead, stop by the Forest Ranger office on your way to town. For more information you can the Mammoth Forest Ranger office at 760-924-5500.
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