At an elevation of 7660 ft., this seasonal campground is set among beautiful Aspen Groves lining the banks of Mill Creek. An on-site campground host provides fee collection services for the 36 first-come, first-served camping spaces that include restrooms, non-potable water spigots, picnic benches, fire-rings, and bear boxes.
Really loved the drive in and this little lake. Good fishing and nice shady camp ground spots with amazing mountain views
Three major accidents put us way behind schedule on our way to find a site at Yosemite, Tioga Pass, and June Lake. Fortunately, I still prefer guidebooks and was able to find this site. Apparently it's not a well publicized spot because it's run by Mono County and not NPS or CSP. But the location is great: close to Mono Lake, Bodie, and away from the crowds at Yosemite. You have the sound of running water from the creek and Lundy Lake is nearby.
The weather is also perfect. On an August day, it never got hotter than 75 degrees during the day and the coldest it got was 26 degrees at night. If you need supplies, there is a resort further down with a very small mercantile, but it closes early. Your closest store is Mono Market in Lee Vining. Bring water or a filtration system because there is only a non-potable water spigot.
This place is absolutely gorgeous! Quite , little creek running through, aspens all around, high desert across the street amazing hikes lakes and beaver dams! Waterfalls all within a short distance close to mono lake bodie ghost town, and mono craters!
Almost all of the sites on this campground are secluded from one another due to the density of the trees. There are bear boxes, a picnic, and a fire pit for each camp site.
Lots of sites strung along the road to Lundy Lake. Look for spots to turn off onto a dirt road parellel to the main road (Left if you’re going uphill). Sites are pretty well spaced and tucked in among the aspens. There are bear boxes and pit toilets. No reservations but I have always found a spot.
Lovely car camping sites that provide seclusion and a peaceful slice of nature. The scenery in this area is incredible. The layout of the campsite is a little hard to figure out in the middle of the night.
Lundy Canyon is usually closed during the winter months due to snow but tends to open up mid April every year. Located very close to the beautiful Mono Lake which is a must see for anyone.
At an elevation of 7660ft it can get a bit chilly so pack some warm items. $16 per night, 36 first come first served sites and there's a campground host onsite. They have restrooms, picnic tables, fire rings, and bear boxes.