Mammoth Mountain RV Park offers full and partial hook-up sites, tent camping and cabins in the beautiful alpine town of Mammoth Lakes, CA.
Mammoth Mountain offers an impressive 175 different campsites to choose from, including 49 full hook-up sites, 105 partial hook-up sites, 17 tent sites, 2 group tent sites, and 2 cabins. The park is ideally located near sightseeing, fishing, skiing, snowboarding, hiking, kayaking, shopping and much more!
Helpful staff, find a spot under trees, nice proximity to lots of activities and scenic highlights … left our surge protector and they called us within 20 minutes to let us know.
Do yourself a favor and if available get the full hook up sites! They are in the middle of the trees with great space and access to everything. The bathrooms were amazing and clean. The pool and spa is indoors and well laid out. This is now one of our favorite spots
This was our maiden voyage in our new Motor Home.. we enjoyed the location of MM RV Park and Campground because of the beautiful trees and the location was walking distance to restaurants and shops… the campground is clean and the people that work in the office are very nice. Linda whom I made the reservation with on the phone was excellent and I appreciated her knowledge and help.
Spots large enough for almost all size rigs. Tents too. Good bathroom amenities and swimming pool/spa. Playground. Walking distance to town. Great walking paths. Choose to camp under the shade of the pines on a dirt pad or in the clean, parking lot style section.
This place never lets us down.
Great place to spend the night while traveling threw. No frills but clean ! Great price , Nice people and quite. Pet friendly which is a plus. Be mindful it’s bear country so wonderingl around at night not so wise lol
Loved all the bike trails. Easy to catch a bus into town or take a quick 5 min drive. Loved the indoor pool. Nice clean campground. Looking forward to going back.
We weren't here for long, only one night on our way back home to Oregon but it was long enough to see a bear cross the road. This is definitely a spot where they aren't kidding about locking up your food. We didn't have any issues but good to note. It was also pretty chilly for what we thought was still the fall season, only 30 degrees when we arrived and 22 when we woke up in our tent the next morning. Absolutley breathtaking. Can't wait to go back to spend more time.
We camped early in the season for opening weekend for Fishmas. Hot showers, heated pool and spa. Drinking water and clean-out/dump station for RV. Large bear boxes on site to store food in. There's also a bus that runs up to the resort with many stops in town that's FREE!