US Forest Service Campgrounds

The USDA Forest Service provides a number of campgrounds on public land.  Reservations are available for a limited number of sites. Others are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Click on the "reserve now"  link below, for the campground site you wish to reserve. RVs in all campsites must be self-contained: no hookups exist.


These campgrounds are operated on behalf of the USDA Forest Service by
Inyo Recreation, a division of California Land Management.

Use the links below to make reservations, or call:



The following federal campgrounds are within the June Lake Loop:


Oh! Ridge Campground

(reserve now)

Located at the eastern end of June Lake, near the June Lake swimming beach and the Pine Cliff Resort. Classic views of June Lake and the dramatic mountain backdrop including our landmark Carson Peak.

June Lake Campground

(reserve now)

Upslope on the Southern Shore of June Lake, within the June Lake Village area. Easy walking distance to both of June Lake's marinas, and all downtown attractions. Secluded among groves of trees, yet imminently convenient and accessible.

Gull Lake Campground

(no reservations)

Premium lakeside sites along the Southern Shore of Gull Lake. Proximate to fishing sites and walkable to the June Lake Village.

Reversed Creek Campground

(no reservations)

A hundred yards or so downstream from Gull Lake along Reversed Creek. Seclusion and a woodsy environment are provided at this location, yet Gull Lake and the June Lake Village are still quite convenient.

Silver Lake Campground

(reserve now)

In the meadow area along Rush Creek immediately downstream from Silver Lake. A few steps away from the Silver Lake Resort, Rush Creek Trailhead, and the Frontier Pack Station.

Aerie Crag RV sites

(no reservations)

Limited Overflow Parking for RVs only is available at this Day Use Area, near Rush Creek a short distance upstream from Grant Lake.

Bloody Canyon Trailhead

(no reservations)

A small handful of higher-elevation campsites on a slope overlooking the Mono Basin.  No water.  RVs not recommended, the access road is a bit rugged.


             USDA Forest Service Mono Lake Visitor Center:     (760) 647-3044