24 Parks near June Lake, California
Jul 2016 - $38.00
This park is pretty quirky. It's small with spots on the front & back and a few more wedged in the middle. We got a wedge spot in the middle and didn't like it at all because there was zero privacy. And I mean Zero :/. But, in all fairness, it was the 4th of July and somebody has to get the crappy spots. Management was as friendly & helpful as could be which was a big plus.
We were told when we made the reservation that there were no public bathrooms or showers so that wasn't an issue to us. Is a rustic, small park.
The park is located in a neighborhood and very close to the Main Street, a brewery and some awesome Hawaiian food truck grub. It was a terrific place to walk the dog! Gull Lake is a couple blocks one way and June Lake Marina is 1/4 mile in another direction.
We will definitely return but we'll ask for a better location. We have our preferred spot scoped out already! - CathiDG
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is the sixth year of staying in this park. We love to come here because there is a "June Lake House" in the center of the park and 4 couple friends can stay there, those without rigs. There is also a cute little cabin they call the Bears Den that has a murphy bed, kitchen and living area. We enjoyed the community fire pit in the evening, kayaking on Gull Lake, biking the Mammoth Lakes bike trail and golfing while in the area. Some of our group walked around Gull Lake and others visited the Tufa's at Mono Lake. For the most part the park is clean. Page the manager is helpful and we enjoyed out visit. - msunnergren
Aug 2015 - $39.00
So we're here right now. Last night lost all power. They moved us to a new spot. The staff is fantastic! Coming to June Loop. This is the place to be. - Blackhawkpro
May 2016 - $38.00
This is an old park with some redeeming aspects but otherwise not on our list of places to revisit anytime soon.
First the positives: The bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities were clean and functional. After reading past reviews, we were pleasantly surprised.
On the negative side, the park could do with selective culling of some pine trees. Our 31' RV barely fit between several trees and we couldn't back in far enough to connect the sewer hose without an extension. There wasn't room for our toad so we parked it in the common area next to our space. The spaces are dirt that got tracked in no matter how careful we were. We lost power for about 20 minutes one night. The worst issue was the pine sap everywhere. It was caked onto the bottom of our shoes, tracked into the RV, on our cat's paws and all over the roof including the solar panel.
Each space had a (cracked) concrete patio, a (old, rickety) picnic table and a washer tub as a fire pit.
Others may find Pine Cliffs fine for their needs but we were underwhelmed. Alcohol doesn't touch the pine tar. You'll need some sort of solvent like Goof Off or the like. Be sure to arrive with a full propane tank because, as of 5/28/16, they were charging $3.89 per gallon. - LM&TinView
Jul 2014 - $30.00
Wow, we spent the July 4th weekend with many tent campers in the park. Not what I thought it would be, with tent campers playing loud music and washing their dishes in the bathroom. The PA system is not our cup of tea for sure. I don't see any reason why the camp host must tell everybody to bring a bowl and a spoon for free ice cream. The camp patrol folks were driving around nonstop looking for issues. This is a good thing with all the tent village people walking through our campsite nonstop. We will never stay here again. Good luck staying at this campground on a holiday weekend. - Blackhawkpro
Jul 2013 - $28.00
We made group reservations for 4 sites and paid by check, the only way to pay, 3 months in advance only to show up and be scattered throughout the campground. Completely disorganized, old school reservation system which is poorly run by rude staff,we were overcharged, cash only, and our trailer barely fit in the site despite giving measurements in advance. The owner is rude completely lacking customer service skills and will straight out tell you if you don't like it, leave, with no refunds of course. Watch out for the hidden campground rules; Campfires out by 10:30, $50 non refundable pet deposit in the cabins (if its nonrefundable its not a deposit in my mind), no dogs on the lake beach, no use of a/c or you'll be charged for it, the sites are only 20 or 30 amp so if your trailer needs 50 amp you're blowing fuses daily. We wont ever stay here again. - nascar_gal76
Jun 2016 - $34.00
We came from Bryce NP which was a long trip in itself. We arrived after hours and the only sites available for our 25 foot Class C was a water and electric back-in which was OK. The site was fairly level, gravelled and grassy, and shady which helped to cool things down quickly. There was road noise to put up with due to a nearby brush gire that caused traffic to be restricted to single lane. Credit cards are not accepted so it's either cash or personal check. - KC8RXQ
May 2016 - $38.00
This park is conveniently located within driving distance to many Eastern Sierra areas. It is a beautiful day drive over the Tioga Pass into Yosemite and fishing is available in streams and lakes. The park itself is walking distance to the small area in Lee Vining with coffee shops. Our site was a pull through on gravel and grass and was mostly level with convenient access to utilities. The cable television had poor service but was available. The park has numerous cottonwood trees, which at this time of year had so much fluff that it often appeared to be snowing. While there is no enclosed dog area, there is a lovely desert walk with a nice path. The owners stress that dogs are not allowed to be left unattended in your unit which does make it difficult at times. Each side has a barbecue area but no fire pits are available. This park only takes cash or checks. - bbmidwife
May 2016 - $38.00
This park is attractive, clean and the only option in Lee Vining. The big rig sites are fairly easy in and out, reasonably level and the hook-ups are adequately placed. We cannot comment on amenities because we elected not to stay based on the owner's desire to charge us an extra $5/day for our towed - which was not mentioned when we made the reservation. We have a small Freightliner pulling a 38 foot fifth wheel and a Jeep. Upon arrival, the park owner said the Jeep would not fit in our site. We asked to look at the site and determined all three vehicles would indeed fit in compliance with the parking guidelines. The owner would not accept our determination and insisted on the additional fee. The real curious thing is the park was less than 10% occupied at the time. At that point we decided not to stay and stayed at another park. - PBuds
Jul 2016 - $45.00
This is a nice RV park with plenty of pine trees for shade. Some sites are gravel, while others are asphalt. My only disappointment was that my site did not have a sewer outlet, but the park does have dump stations. - ArmandV
May 2016 - $66.00
This is a great area to camp and visit. There is so much to do. The park is situated off the highway entering Mammoth Lakes. Try to book in the full hook-up area as it is nestled in the trees. The size of the sites varies as the boundaries are set by the trees. Most are easy to get into, but there are a few that you will need some back up assistance.
The park is very clean and the rules seem reasonable. As they are in the forest, you must be tending your campfire at all times. Lots of shade during the day. There is an indoor pool but no fitness facility, however there are lots of hiking trails and bike paths. Good wi-fi but our site did not receive satellite due to the trees. Some sites will receive satellite. Great cable selection.
Only gripe is the office staff. Difficult to get on the phone. The recorded message says to leave a message and they will call back. In our case, that never happened despite leaving several messages. We just kept calling until a human answered. - OwenTen
Sep 2015 - $42.00
Nice park, very quiet. Pool and spa - we used the spa every night after our hikes. A little pricey, but it's the only full hookup place in town. - coffmake
Jul 2016 - $13.00
We have stayed here for many years. The park has sites for all lenghts. Our site was very level and long enough for our 40 ft. motor home and toad. We had a view of June Lake and Carson peak. Water for rv's is available in each loop. Dump station available as you depart. Our site was very open which we lIke for our roof top satellite. - signaloil
Aug 2015 - $11.00
One of our favorite campgrounds. Great views from many sites. Very large campground. Drive around beforeally selecting site as some are much better. Good beach. Store and showers very close. Lots of sun early in the day in cold weather. - Pierce
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Dry camping overlooking June Lake in the Sierras. Many loops of camp sites. Most loops have restroom facilities, no showers. Dump station charge is $10. Temps in August 80's in the day and mid 50's at night. - Charlie M.
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Had Reservations over the Independence Day Holiday. Reserved 8 spaces for both travel trailers and motorhomes. Beautiful campground, all sites are shaded and in the forest. Problem is getting your Rv in the spaces. We reserved all 34+ foot spaces but were unable to back in to any of the spaces because of limited room. When the photo shows the space, be cautious. You do not have room to back in with larger Rv's. I would recommend this Campground for any RV less that 25 ft. - REG4608
Aug 2015 - $13.00
This park is right off the main road into Mammoth Lakes which was perfect for a base camp for the area. We visited Devils Tower NP and Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest and smaller area sites. Although just off the main road, we were in the back of the park and it was quiet. The park was clean and seemed well run although we had no reason to interact with the hosts. The bathrooms were fine. There are no showers or hookups. I heard as I was leaving that showers were available across the street at Mammoth Mountain RV park. There is a dump station that the park has outsourced and it costs $10 and has water fill up as well as dump. We had enough room between sites but not a lot. We had a little trouble backing into the site because of the dumpster located across the street at the toilets, so I would camp one site to either side of our site. Our site was asphalt but this option is not available under Site Surface. - bdornbush
Aug 2012 - $30.00
This is a large, basic campground behind the Forest Service welcome center in Mammoth Lakes, California. There are no hook ups, although there is a dump station that you can use for an additional $7. The sites are large and mostly flat. They each have a fire pit and a picnic table. There are plenty of restrooms and garbage bins scattered throughout. The restrooms have running water, and while older, are extremely clean and well stocked with toilet paper. The park is "dog friendly" in that they allow dogs, and there seemed to be a lot of them. The park does not have available waste bags. We really enjoyed this park. Even though it's large and there were a lot of people, it was immaculately clean, both the sites and the bathrooms. The hosts were friendly and helpful. We were really impressed with the size of the sites as well. The only reason I gave a 9 instead of a 10 is that there aren't any showers. - roadie gal
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Sites are fine, some are unlevel. ours was pretty good, #88. You can see the lake from our site, and probably from #2, and #3. There is very few trees to provide shade, and this is a no-hookup situation. Convict lake is within walking distance and it is stocked with trout during the year. We didn't catch any this time though. The lake was crowded on Saturday and Sunday, but Monday of Labor Day weekend was good and we did our boat fishing then. You are only 10 minutes or so from Mammoth Lakes area for supplies. There is a free dump station on the way in to the lake. - kirkcrawford
May 2015 - $22.00
Camp hosts and manager were very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms are newer, clean, and smell good. The sites, although narrow for my 32' fifth wheel with 3 slides, had plenty of grassy space and a large table in back alongside the creek (space 24). Tall pines made my site feel cozy. Work could be done on some of the asphalt pads that are cracking and need leveling. We had a big snow just before I was to depart and the manager gave folks due to leave that day a free night. Before I departed, one of the hosts came to help me sweep the foot of snow off my slide toppers. The lake is absolutely beautiful - with a lovely 3 mile walk around it. A cute boardwalk at the back where the stream enters the lake has a grassy area for a picnic or for a nice rest. The nearby resort has a restaurant and rents boats to fish the lake. I heard the trout fishing was great. I will definitely return. - Chris-Kiva
Jun 2013 - $22.00
We've been coming here for years. It's a beautiful lake right up against the Eastern Sierra where they offer boat rentals, or you can walk all the way around the lake. The sites were mostly barren in the upper loops, but in the lower loops there is more foliage. The sites are level for tenting or RVing. The bathrooms were clean and recently remodeled to be more modern. You can grab a shower at the Convict Lake Resort for a fee. The Resort has a well stocked store w/ meats, milk, wine, and necessities. You can buy a fishing license here, too. I saw some larger 5th wheels here, but the sites are too small for larger Class A's, etc. The resort has an award winning restaurant which is very close to the campground. - DayTripper2015
Aug 2015 - $13.00
We had reservations for a trailer up to 24 ft and got a site very suitable for this rig of 19 feet. This park has far more tent sites than RV sites so I recommend a reservation for RVs but you must make them right when the reservation period opens. The park has nice sites with plenty of space, actually nicer than I expected with lots of shade, and our site was near the river. The access roads are poor so expect to go about 5 mph through the ruts and potholes. It gets really dark at night and our bathroom had no lights so be sure you can find it after dark. There are no showers anywhere nearby so I gave it a 9. With over 300 campsites, it can feel crowded but it's worth it. The sky was very clear and loaded with stars, perfect for seeing meteors. There is a store about half a mile west and it is well stocked. There is a dump station about 3/4 mile west and it is free. - bdornbush
Sep 2011 - $10.00
Only half of the sites are reserved so there is a good chance you can get in at last minute. Sites are well spaced and clean. As with any park setting, many sites are not that level. Whether good or bad, cell phone service is available here. Not many services here, but just being here is special. - Grisper
Sep 2009 - $20.00
Access roads were in pretty rough condition for my 34’ motorhome. Camp sites are not well marked and sometimes difficult to define. Campground is very rustic. Be ready to implement more than normal setup for larger rigs. Noted smaller motorhomes were very popular and moved around easier. 80% of motorhomes in parks are rentals this time of year. Be prepared for inexperienced and sometimes aggressive motorhome operators. Campground definitely not large motorhome friendly. While campground environment was average, the Yosemite National Park's awesomeness is truly beyond belief. I will return but possibly staying in a RV facility on edge of park and day tripping into Yosemite. - windtripper
Aug 2015 - $36.00
We stayed here for 4 nights. Upon arrival the gentleman at the office directed us to park and unhook. He then used a forklift to put our travel trailer into the designated spot. The site was level on gravel and a cement slab with a picnic table. All the sites had full hookups and were clean. Staff were nice and accommodating. We ate breakfast on two mornings at the cafe. Never had an issue getting a table, but you need to get there when they open. The food was excellent and attached to the store, which was stocked with anything you may have forgotten at home. On one of the nights there was a commotion with a couple who was in another RV. The sheriff's were called and there was nothing staff could have done to prevent this. Other than that we had a great stay. Make sure you have satellite TV or bring a lot of DVD's since there was no cable/local TV or wifi. Cell service was very spotty at best. We walked across the street and fished most of the time and caught some good sized trout. If you go in the morning to fish get there early since the shore gets busy with anglers or rent a boat. We would stay here again. - Austinp
Jun 2015 - $34.00
All sites are back-in and very close together. The Camp Host had to use a forklift to park our fifth wheel. In fact, he had to used forklift to park quite a few fifth wheels during our stay. The sites are dirt and gravel with concrete pad and surprisingly level. Fire and BBQ facility is available at a centralized location. Try to avoid sites on Row A, C, and E unless you like the heat from the afternoon sun. Afternoon shines right into the door of the rig at the aforementioned rows. Securing loose items outside is a good habit to get into as the wind can get quite strong at night. Be prepared with your own hot spot as there is no Wi-Fi available here. There is a $10 cash deposit to get the key to the bathroom and shower. Laundry is $2 per wash and $.75 to dry. We camped here two weeks for fishing and didn't find any fish. We won't be coming back again. - gartail
Sep 2011 - $36.00
Very nice resort for trout fishing in the Sierra. If you don't fish, well, the scenery is great too. Nice park but they really stack them in. There are some more open sites to the front, but the back rows are very tight. Good news is that they will be happy to let you drop your camper on the road and they will back it in with a forklift for you. Trust me, this is the best deal in town. Watched some guys that wanted to back themselves in and it took an hour and a divorce lawyer. Let the man put your camper in and pull it out for you! Great camp store and cafe on site. Back off the road a bit but well worth it. - dndfamilyfarms
Jul 2016 - $36.00
We was in a back in site and was a little tight but doable. Staff was friendly and helpful.hookups were at back of site so extension might be necessary. Nice friendly people. - Donny Mackelprang
Aug 2015 - $36.00
This is a great RV park located in June Lake. We've been coming here for years and believe it's the best park in the June Lake Loop. It's close to town and both Gull and June Lakes. They have an exceptional camp host who goes above and beyond to make your stay enjoyable. He and his wife even host a monthly pancake breakfast and (with the help of a long-term camper) they cook for the entire campground. You can tell the long-term returnees really like each other and help to make the stay enjoyable for those of us who are only here for a short time. It really is a wonderful place to summer or just spend a few days to a few weeks. However, we've seen some disappointing changes this year. It appears as if the owners no longer care about their park. While hosts keep the bathrooms very clean, they've run out of supplies such as soap and toilet seat covers. Apparently the owner doesn't care enough to buy more. The other complaint we heard repeatedly from fellow campers (and ourselves) was how difficult it was to make a reservation. We'd call the office at different times of the day and it would go to the answering machine. Even though we'd leave messages, they weren't returned in a timely manner if at all. We got lucky and just kept calling and finally reached a real person. This is very frustrating when you're trying to plan a trip. When we finally spoke with the person in charge of making reservations, she was very rude. We heard this complaint from several of the campers. They have Wi-Fi but it's so bad you rarely can get online. Like I said, it's almost as if the owner and his office manager no longer care about this park. It is up for sale and maybe that's why. Hopefully someone will buy it and have the current camp host continue to run it so it'll get back to being an awesome place to stay. - Kay Martin
May 2015 - $40.00
Internet is above the average in the area. Very good even for Skype. Cable TV didn't work. Very nice restroom though, very clean. Everyday you have nice smell awaiting in the bathroom from scented candles and the whole bathroom is heated! Take a stroll to June Lake and the lakes around. - Katka