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31 RV Parks near Lee Vining, California
Aug 2016 - $36.00
Love this RV park. Spaces are a little tight but that's made up for by the great customer service. Great fishing lake, boat rentals, hiking trails. Wildlife viewing is awesome. Every time we go, there are more improvements to the park. This is their 100th year so it's quite rustic and even though it's been modernized, they try to keep the rustic appearance. Cabins are available as well as an outstanding restaurant. Try the biscuits and gravy, the best I've ever had. - User3492
Aug 2015 - $36.00
We stayed here for 4 nights. Upon arrival the gentleman at the office directed us to park and unhook. He then used a forklift to put our travel trailer into the designated spot. The site was level on gravel and a cement slab with a picnic table. All the sites had full hookups and were clean. Staff were nice and accommodating. We ate breakfast on two mornings at the cafe. Never had an issue getting a table, but you need to get there when they open. The food was excellent and attached to the store, which was stocked with anything you may have forgotten at home. On one of the nights there was a commotion with a couple who was in another RV. The sheriff's were called and there was nothing staff could have done to prevent this. Other than that we had a great stay. Make sure you have satellite TV or bring a lot of DVD's since there was no cable/local TV or wifi. Cell service was very spotty at best. We walked across the street and fished most of the time and caught some good sized trout. If you go in the morning to fish get there early since the shore gets busy with anglers or rent a boat. We would stay here again. - Austinp
Jun 2015 - $34.00
All sites are back-in and very close together. The Camp Host had to use a forklift to park our fifth wheel. In fact, he had to used forklift to park quite a few fifth wheels during our stay. The sites are dirt and gravel with concrete pad and surprisingly level. Fire and BBQ facility is available at a centralized location. Try to avoid sites on Row A, C, and E unless you like the heat from the afternoon sun. Afternoon shines right into the door of the rig at the aforementioned rows. Securing loose items outside is a good habit to get into as the wind can get quite strong at night. Be prepared with your own hot spot as there is no Wi-Fi available here. There is a $10 cash deposit to get the key to the bathroom and shower. Laundry is $2 per wash and $.75 to dry. We camped here two weeks for fishing and didn't find any fish. We won't be coming back again. - gartail
Jun 2013 - $25.00
One night stay...easy to park, clean, friendly staff and beautiful views! - nascar_gal76
May 2013 - $12.00
We stayed here with a 40' motorhome and the price reflects our Golden Age card. The Duck Loop is best for big rigs. None of the loops are directly on the lake, but there is a very nice day use area with a large beach. There are water spigots in each loop, but no direct hookups. There is a dump station. We were here off-season so not many were here, but in the prime summer/fall seasons it would be advisable to have reservations. The mountain/lake views are gorgeous. We would definitely stay again. - nbi600
Jun 2009 - $20.00
We paid two nights in advance for this place which is supposedly right on June Lake. What a nightmare. We could barely get our 25' motorhome in there, and the spaces were packed so tight you could hear the people 5 spaces away yelling at their kids. It also backs up to a motel parking lot which of course USFS neglects to mention on their reservation site. We left, abandoning our already-paid for spot. Do not stay here unless you really want to get to know everyone around you, you don't need hookups, and you have a REALLY small rig. - casasf
Jun 2016 - $21.00
This is a Forest Service campground directly next to Silver Lake. You can easily walk to the lake for fishing. The private Silver Lake Resort across the street has a general store and nice cafe. - lagreca
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Great location! Walking distance to general store, lakes and brewery. Nice laundry facilities and super nice hosts. Smallish spots but most were empty anyway when we were here. - Adventure in Moving
Jul 2016 - $38.00
This park is pretty quirky. It's small with spots on the front & back and a few more wedged in the middle. We got a wedge spot in the middle and didn't like it at all because there was zero privacy. And I mean Zero :/. But, in all fairness, it was the 4th of July and somebody has to get the crappy spots. Management was as friendly & helpful as could be which was a big plus.
We were told when we made the reservation that there were no public bathrooms or showers so that wasn't an issue to us. Is a rustic, small park.
The park is located in a neighborhood and very close to the Main Street, a brewery and some awesome Hawaiian food truck grub. It was a terrific place to walk the dog! Gull Lake is a couple blocks one way and June Lake Marina is 1/4 mile in another direction.
We will definitely return but we'll ask for a better location. We have our preferred spot scoped out already! - CathiDG
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is the sixth year of staying in this park. We love to come here because there is a "June Lake House" in the center of the park and 4 couple friends can stay there, those without rigs. There is also a cute little cabin they call the Bears Den that has a murphy bed, kitchen and living area. We enjoyed the community fire pit in the evening, kayaking on Gull Lake, biking the Mammoth Lakes bike trail and golfing while in the area. Some of our group walked around Gull Lake and others visited the Tufa's at Mono Lake. For the most part the park is clean. Page the manager is helpful and we enjoyed out visit. - msunnergren
Jul 2018 - $45.00
We spent ten great days at Golden Pine. It is quiet, clean and the location can't be beat. We kayaked in Gull Lake and June Lake. Both are easy walking distance to the rv park. June Lake Village with its restaurants and shops is also just a walk away. The park is very friendly and enjoyable. We recommend Golden Pine for your stay in June Lake. - Tinas
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Wonderful RV park tucked into small Alpine-like town of June Lake. Site was a bit tight for big rig units, but was level and manageable. Any negative is offset by walking access to town, Gull Lake and short drives to several nearby lakes. Staff was very efficient in registration and site assignment and was above and beyond in helping get needed repairs. - Betsy from Ohio
Jul 2017 - $36.00
We had a great week at Golden Pine! The park is very clean and the people are friendly. You couldn't ask for a better location. It is an easy walk to Gull Lake and June Lake Marinas and the June Lake Village. We look forward to returning many times. - Tinas
Apr 2017 - $26.00
I love Yosemite, and I camp there often. This is by far my least favorite campground - and I'm not willing to give it any "bonus points" for its incredible location in Tuolumne Meadows. Sorry!! Maybe it's because it is only open a couple months out of the year, but this campground is long overdue for improvements. The sites are virtually on top of each other and frequented by first-time campers who don't quite understand personal space; I was awoken at 3am by a child throwing a temper tantrum no less than 15 feet away from my tent and had the bumper of my car bashed in by a careless camper (while my car was fully parked within my site, nonetheless). The roads are tight, difficult to navigate (even in a passenger car), and full of ruts and pot holes. Picnic tables are unlevel. The only thing I can say about upgrades is last time I was there it looked like they were getting new bathrooms. Very few 35' sites available and everything is on an open reservation basis so you have to arrive early to get assigned to the best sites. I would not camp here if there was another option in Tuolumne Meadows. - MissCampsALot
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We were not especially impressed by the campground itself, but the location was great. We didn't have the best service experience but we weren't necessarily expecting to have that. If you are looking for convenient location during your stay at the Park, then this is a great campground. - Nick Okla
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The Campground itself is not really nice. It is really full and you are really close to the next Person for a NP. The showers and bathrooms are terrible.
The close river is awesome to take a swim before dinner. Obviously there are nice hikes nearby.
Overall a nice Campground, we would've loved to stay a couple more nights. - Karsten
Oct 2018 - $52.00
STAYED IN SITE #6. SOMEWHAT LEVEL, USED BLOCKS TO HELP OUT. Beautiful setting fun hiking trails around park. River access across the street. VERY VERY CLEAN. LADY IN OFFICE VERY HELPFUL AND SWEET LADY. WI-FI IS AWESOME. - ERIC C
Jul 2018 - $50.00
This is an older family owned and run park. Only 14 short term sites. Shady grass picnic area nearby. Common fire ring with marshmallows provided. All gravel and a little dusty but a really nice little park only 20 miles from the east entrance to Yosemite NP. Anne the owner got us in on the 4th of July with just 2 weeks notice! Would definitely stay here again. Good wifi. No TV. - KyDan
May 2018 - $45.00
This park is a little jewel. After getting to our site, we decided to extend our stay from 2 nights to 3 nights. The scenery in and around the park is beautiful. There is a great hiking trail from the park into the hills. The sites are gravel, but even though it rained hard 1 day during our stay, there was no mud. I used a few leveling blocks on the downhill tires, but no big deal. The staff was very friendly and gave us some tips about some day trip destinations. I usually only give a 9 rating to resort parks with paved sites, but this park was excellent for what it is - a great place to stay while seeing the many sights in the area. - Wesley
Sep 2014 - $20.00
Dry camping at its best with a few water spickits thru-out the campground. This time of year you can pick your spot and which loop you want to be in. Deer come right up to your campsite.There is a store and laundrymat near by if need be.This time of year is nice after Labor Day so crowds are down and it makes for a great camping experience. - monaco cruiser
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Our kids enjoyed the campground. Not a lot of open space in the campsite itself due to the sagebrush, but still enough room. - Ahleeb
May 2015 - $11.00
This is a pretty USFS campground located at 7,000 ft on the eastern side of the Sierras just a short drive from Bridgeport, CA on Twin Lakes Road. Some sites can be reserved through the Recreation.gov website. There are 52 sites for RVs of just about any size. (check with the Visitor's Center in Bridgport if you have any questions on that) and one group site. The roads and parking pads are paved. There are flush toilets but no showers and no hook-ups or dump station. The campground is set in an open pine forest and many of the sites have great views of the Sawtooth Ridge. There is fishing nearby at Upper and Lower Twin Lakes and also in Robinson Creek. Plenty of opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, horseback riding, etc. in the area too. - BruceandKathyWA
Nov 2015 - $29.00
This time of year check-in is at the General Store, just beyond the CG. The CG closes for the winter 11-8. Be prepared for the elevation, 7200 feet at Twin Lakes, across the road from the CG. The roads and sites are gravel and dirt, some grass, with picnic tables and fire pits. The sites are back-in arranged like a wagon wheel, with sort of a common area with benches at the "hub." There are some issues with leveling but it isn't any worse than some other CG's you may find. Utilities are easy to reach and work well. During really bad weather there are frequently issues with power to the area failing. Be Prepared. Bridgeport is at the junction of US395 and Twin Lakes Road, very small town with few amenities. Owners are new, since October 2014, have made improvements and continue to take pride in the campground and facilities. The laundry is very expensive, $3.50 and $4.50 to wash. Dryers also pricey. We did not use the restrooms and showers. We enjoyed our stay here and would return if in the area. - SilverBear
Sep 2015 - $29.00
We stayed in a standard site - in a wheel configuration. The three premium sites seemed much nicer, but were unavailable for our trip. Showers cost $3 for 5 minutes. Mostly quiet campground. Positive - they accept reservations and have full hookups. Only negative was when I asked at the office to mail a postcard, I was told there was a mail drop 10 miles away in Bridgeport. - coffmake
Jul 2015 - $28.00
We loved this campground! The campsites are in the shape of a spoke of a wheel- lots of space and easy to park. The restrooms and laundry room were very clean. There is NO WiFi or any cellular or telephone service- you need to go to the store to use a phone. We were in the lower campground. The lower Twin Lake is about a block up the road, across the street. There are not a lot of trees, but the views of the mountains are fabulous. There is a nice store with all the stuff you lost or forgot ...plus knick knacks and souvenirs. They are very helpful and pleasant. There are several places nearby that you can launch kayaks and fish from the shore, if you want. Lots of wildlife- please DON'T feed the deer and bears- they just keep coming back for handouts and it is a death sentence for them in the off season! We are already booked to go back in September 2015. - Michelelyl