RV Camping in Mammoth Lakes

Jun 19, 2021

RV camping in Mammoth Lakes is a great way to enjoy nature with some of the comforts of home with you. Find out everything you need to know about camping in an RV in Mammoth Lakes below. 

RV Campsites in Mammoth Lakes

RV Campsites with Hook-ups in Mammoth Lakes

The Mammoth Mountain RV Park is located right at the entrance to town, across the street from the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center on Main Street (Hwy. 203). The Mammoth Mountain RV Park is open year-round, however, some amenities are only available during the summer.

Facilities include full RV hook-ups, indoor heated pool, indoor spa, showers, laundry room, RV supplies, clubhouse (summer only), cable TV, children’s play area, picnic tables, ice, propane, dump station and Wi-Fi hotspots. Well-behaved pets are welcome for an additional fee.

RV Campsites Without Hookups in Mammoth Lakes

Many campgrounds in Mammoth Lakes can accommodate RV parking without hook-ups. Book an RV campsite at one of these Mammoth Lakes campgrounds via Recreation.gov:


RV Rentals in Mammoth Lakes

Adventure in Camping helps to make your vacation fun and easy. You pick the campsite, and Adventure in Camping sets up your RV or trailer rental before you arrive in Mammoth Lakes. When your stay is over, the company hauls the trailer away. All you have to do is have fun!

With the newest and largest selection of RV and trailer rentals, Adventure in Camping offers options to fit every need. Plus, all RV rentals include awnings, dishes, pots, pans, utensils and paper goods. Plastic chairs are available upon request and generator rentals are also available.

RV Dump Stations in Mammoth Lakes

These campgrounds and RV parks offer dump stations for RV camping in Mammoth Lakes:

  • Mammoth Mountain RV Park – open
  • Old Shady Rest Campground (summer and fall only) – open
  • New Shady Rest Campground (summer and fall only) – open
  • Mammoth Community Water District – open

Meghan Miranda

Meghan has been living and playing in Mammoth Lakes since 2016. She enjoys any outdoor activities that her dogs can tag along for. See more of Meghan's adventures on her blog Meg Moves Mountains.

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