Group Camping in Mammoth Lakes
NOTE: Some U.S. Forest Service campgrounds as well as privately run campgrounds and RV parks in Mono County are open. Check with each campground for details.
For groups of 15-30 who want to reserve a campsite together, group camping is the perfect solution. Whether you want to pitch a tent near an alpine lake or under a forest of Jeffrey Pine, there are plenty of places to camp as a group in Mammoth Lakes. Plan your summer group camping trip to Mammoth Lakes in advance, as group campgrounds in Mammoth Lakes tend to book early.
GROUP CAMPGROUNDS IN MAMMOTH LAKES
Choose from a variety of group campgrounds in the Mammoth Lakes area. Each group campsite offers a different experience and unique access to Mammoth Lakes’ many scenic wonders.
Camp in the Mammoth Lakes Basin (accessible via the Lakes Basin Trolley) for easy access to hiking trails and alpine lakes. Or head to Reds Meadow (accessible via the Reds Meadow Shuttle) to camp near hiking trails, with access to Devils Postpile and Rainbow Falls.
Looking for information specific to camping in RVs? Get details about RV camping in Mammoth Lakes here.
Group Campgrounds in the Mammoth Lakes Basin
Group Campgrounds in Reds Meadow (Devils Postpile and Rainbow Falls area)
WHEN DO GROUP CAMPGROUNDS IN MAMMOTH LAKES OPEN?
Opening dates for campgrounds in Mammoth Lakes depend on winter snowfall and springtime temperatures. On lighter snow years campgrounds may open as early as late May or early June. However, on years when snowfall totals are higher, campgrounds may not open until late June or early July.
Campgrounds in Mammoth Lakes usually stay open into the fall, although closing dates may vary by the campground and are based on weather.
For details about when campgrounds in Mammoth Lakes are open this year, view the Mammoth Lakes Campground Report.
HOW TO BOOK A GROUP CAMPSITE IN MAMMOTH LAKES
Most campgrounds in Mammoth Lakes are run by the U.S. Forest Service. You can reserve a U.S. Forest Service campsite by booking online at recreation.gov, where you can search for campsites in Mammoth Lakes listed above.
Reservations for group camping are recommended throughout the summer.