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Outdoor and nature lovers who also want to spend a vacation on the beach may want to consider camping at Bridgeport Reservoir Marina & Campground. On the shore of Bridgeport Reservoir, it is a great place for sailing, fishing, and swimming. The campground is also surrounded by beautiful nature and the mountain peaks of Stanislaus National Forest. It is just a few minutes' drive from Nevada, and some of the closest big cities are Carson City and Reno, less than two hours' drive north of the campground. If you want to visit some of the biggest California cities, you can start with Sacramento, which is about three hours' drive from Bridgeport Reservoir Marina & Campground.
Park your RV rental at Bridgeport Reservoir Marina & Campground, and you'll have access to full hookups, pull-through sites, and so much more. The campground also offers Wi-Fi, showers, and restrooms, and there are sports courts on-site too. The biggest advantage of this Bridgeport campground is the location, which makes it a good fishing destination. It is also a family-friendly campground, and here you can meet many like-minded travelers and have an amazing vacation. Every campsite has a picnic table and fire pit, so you can eat outside under the trees.
Book an RV in Mono County, and you can see beautiful nature, hike mountain peaks close to the park, or visit other natural attractions like Lake Tahoe. This well-rated motorhome campground has a lot to offer, no matter what you decide to do while you're here.
Mono Lake is only about half an hour's drive from Bridgeport Reservoir Marina & Campground and is much bigger than Bridgeport Reservoir. It's a perfect spot to visit when RV camping in the area. Surrounded by desert, this lake has high levels of salt, which makes this water alkaline. This beautiful lake is home to many migratory birds, shrimp, and alkali flies. Here you can enjoy swimming, picnicking, boating, and wildlife watching. It is a great photography location, with the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains reflecting on the water.
Stanislaus National Forest covers almost 900,000 acres of land, with a wonderful scenic landscape you can enjoy while hiking, camping, or scenic driving. This is an incredible fishing location, with over 800 miles of rivers and streams. You can also try rafting on the Tuolumne River, or swimming in many beautiful locations. Between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, this forest is part of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Other interesting outdoor activities available here are bicycling, hunting, horseback riding, and ATV riding. Explore this forest any time of the year, and learn about its gold rush history when you encounter archeological and historical sites.
Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America and one of the most beautiful ones too. Together with Mono Lake, it is one of the oldest lakes on the continent, and also the second deepest lake in the United States. It is a popular attraction that draws many tourists year-round. You can enjoy scenic driving around the lake, photography, or wildlife watching. Have a picnic on the beach, enjoy the view, or go swimming, canoeing, and kayaking on this stunning, crystal-clear lake. There are many hiking and biking trails around the lake too, so you can have an active vacation here.
With an RV rental in Bridgeport, you can visit some of the interesting museums and attractions nearby, including Mono County Museum, located just a few minutes' drive from the campground. This beautiful little museum is dedicated to displaying and preserving photographs, artifacts, and documents of the county. It shows the way of pioneer living in the 1800s during the time of the gold rush when many immigrants were traveling to the Sierra Nevada.
Bodie State Historic Park is one of California’s gold rush ghost towns and used to have about 10,000 occupants. When William Bodey discovered small amounts of gold in the area in the 1800s, many miners came here, and the town was booming. Only a small part of the town has survived, and it looks the same as it did in the 19th century. Visitors can tour the park by themselves, or they can go on a ghost tour with the guide.
Mammoth Museum at the Hayden Cabin is located in a historic log cabin constructed in the 1920s. Here you can learn about the historic Mammoth Lakes and life in the early 20th century. See numerous artifacts, photographs, and displays. Enjoy storytelling, music events, and all kinds of programs and lectures organized for visitors. You can also see many local and touring shows in the gallery. Have a picnic by Mammoth Creek and imagine what life was like in the old days.