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Perched on the northern shores of Lower Twin Lake, the Twin Lakes Resort is a year-round RV park just 11 miles from Bridgeport. It’s situated within the Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest and is a renowned fishing destination, with a complete marina and well-stocked camp store where you can pick up bait, tackle, and fishing licenses.
RV camping at Twin Lakes Resort includes access to their 16 standard RV sites, which all come with water, sewer, and 30-amp electrical service. Alternatively, you can opt for one of their four premium RV sites, with either 30 or 50-amp service and space for big rigs over 36 feet.
This RV campground also features coin-operated hot showers and laundry facilities that guests are welcome to use while being home to the Off the Hook Deli where you can buy sandwiches, pizzas, and smoothies. A range of boats, kayaks, and SUPs are available for rent by the hour (or from sunrise to sunset), and you can pick up handcrafted souvenirs and grocery supplies at the General Store.
Camping at Twin Lakes Resort is ideal for RVers wanting to explore the shores of Upper Twin and Lower Twin, which cover around 400 acres and 250 acres respectively. These large alpine lakes are framed by evergreen trees and backed by the Sawtooth Ridge and Sierra Crest, which divide the lakes from Yosemite National Park. The Twin Lakes are a legendary fishing destination and home to some of the best trout fishing in California. Aside from big brown and rainbow trout, you can also try your luck at luring brook trout, native Lahontan cutthroat trout, and kokanee salmon.
Want to stretch your legs? Numerous hiking trails depart from the Mono Village Resort on Upper Twin Lake, including the four-mile trek to picturesque Barney Lake. Explore the alpine lakes and photogenic waterfalls along the Virginia Lakes Trail or soak up the sweeping views along the Sonora Pass. Twin Lakes Resort is also within easy access of the Buckeye Hot Springs, which are comprised of a series of pools where you can enjoy a soak alongside Buckeye Creek.
Camp in an RV near Bridgeport and head to the Inyo National Forest, which is around 30 minutes’ drive south. It encompasses parts of the Sierra Nevada and the White Mountains (including the peaks of Mount Whitney and Boundary Peak), as well as some of the world’s oldest trees within the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. See the 4,800-year-old bristlecone pine known as “Methuselah” and relax along the picture-perfect shores of Convict Lake or hike part of the long-distance John Muir Trail that passes through Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia national parks.
Bridgeport campers can take advantage of the local grocery store for picking up supplies, as well as the gas station in Bridgeport if you need to fill up your RV rental. There are a handful of eateries in the town if you want to dine out, including a couple of grills and a Mexican cafe. Bridgeport is also home to the Mono County Museum, which details the local history and 19th-century pioneer spirit through old artifacts, photographs, and documents.
A short drive east of Twin Lakes Resort takes you to the Bodie State Historic Park, which preserves a historic gold mining town that flourished in the late 19th century. Rather than restoring the buildings, they have been left as is by the California State Parks to retain their aged and weathered 1880's appearance. Learn about the 65 saloons and numerous brothels that were once clustered in the town as you explore the dusty streets, as well as the gambling halls and opium dens where miners spent their riches.
Twin Lakes Resort can also be used as a base for visiting Mammoth Lakes, which is just over an hour’s drive to the south. It serves as the gateway to the Devils Postpile National Monument and the photogenic Rainbow Falls, as well as the ski areas of Mammoth Mountain and June Mountain. You can delve into the resort town’s long-established ski history at the Mammoth Ski Museum where sporting artifacts, original paintings, and landscape photographs are on display. Also of note is the Mammoth Museum at the Hayden Cabin, which showcases the local heritage in a 1920's log cabin. Learn about the people, events, and industries that have left their mark on the region while browsing the exhibits that include old mining equipment, artwork, and cultural memorabilia.
Whether you want to lure trout in the waters of the Twin Lakes or hit the ski resorts of Mammoth Lakes, book an RV in Mono County and start planning your next vacation.