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Mammoth Mountain RV Park
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

This is our third time here. Stayed for 10 days. Really like how big this park is and how close it is to Town as well as jeep trails. We had partial hook ups. Full hook ups were not available. Looks like you really have to make plans many months in advance to secure which I would recommend if your staying longer than 5 days.
Great place for kids. Has a small playground. Nice campground for bike rides and walks.
Plenty of spots for large RV's as well as spots for tent campers in a different section.
Not all sites have fire pits. Section we stayed in we're able to get DirectTv sites 64- 134 as far as I know.
Office staff very helpful. If your calling from home to make reservations don't be dissapointed if your call is not answered right away, in fact in may take a few try's to get through. They are busy but they are pretty nice and polite when you finally get to talk to them.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank LorenaGus
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Reviewed August 10, 2012

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.

Room Tip: RV sites book up fast, there are plenty of tent sites available. There is a no refund policy
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 14, 2012

We spent 13 nights at this RV park, parked among large Ponderosa Pine trees. The park has a nice indoor pool and large hot tub, but it's only open until the office closes at 8 p.m.
Mammoth Lakes has a wonderful biking and walking trail system that runs for miles beside the road up the mountain to several lakes and hiking trails. It runs right past the front of the RV park. The city's Visitor Center is across the street from the park. The park is about 40 miles from the east gate to Yosemite.
We were in a camping trailer, but there is a large area for tent campers, complete with bear-proof storage boxes. Yes, they really do have bears, so make sure you don't leave any food or other scented items in your tent or your vehicle.

Room Tip: Ask for a spot in the wooded area. Otherwise you may end up in a sloping paved lot.
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Greg S
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Reviewed June 7, 2012

Stayed for two nights ended up staying for five. Convenient for everything locally and Yosemite national park. It has full hook up with cable if your telly mad, showers if you wish and a good launderette for a dollar wash and 75 cents for the dryer. Each site has it's own camp fire set in a metal grate, wood is available from the office, or like us go for a walk, plenty of pine cones and sticks to pick up. And to top it all you stand a good chance of seeing a bear

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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5  Thank JacquiHamblin
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Stayed: May 2018, traveled as a couple
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