Camping

NOTE: The Inyo National Forest is temporarily closed for all recreational use to help reduce the potential of fire dangers and protect the public. You must have a reservation in a hotel before traveling to Mammoth Lakes. 

There’s nothing quite like camping in Mammoth Lakes. Spending time away from home at one of the Inyo National Forest campgrounds is one of the best ways to unplug and relax in nature. The Mammoth Lakes area is home to more than 800 campsites, many of them located near alpine lakes and in forested streamside settings. Learn more about the different types of camping in Mammoth Lakes and start planning your Mammoth Lakes camping trip today.

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