We stayed at this campground for two nights in a tent site. The site itself was very large, and away from the main road, with trees, but it still feels more like camping in a park than at the lake or in the mountains. The firepit was smaller that previous campgrounds that I have been to but there was a grill over it to use for cooking. There was no tent pad and it was dusty but it is camping so I really can't complain. There were a lot of large black ants in the campground and my husband was bit several times. The bear box was about half the size as previous campgrounds I have visited. The bathrooms had outlet plugs, you have to keep pressing the shower button to keep the water flowing but that did not really bother me to much. The worst thing about it was the shower and the shower curtain both had mildew. There are sinks located outside the bathrooms with running water to clean fish. We enjoyed the pool, and the playground. The laundryroom had a good amount of washers and dryers. Overall I would say that if the amenities are important than this place is okay but there are a lot of very nice campgrounds in this area so you might want to check into the other options before placing your reservation especially because they have a no refund policy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mammoth Mountain RV Park offers full and partial hook-up sites, tent camping and cabins in the beautiful alpine town of Mammoth Lakes, CA. We are open year round. ... more less