December 28, 2022 - reviewed by Skinny Winnie
$150 a Night!
Really? $150 a night. If the pool and showers were clean and well maintained, I could justify the price. We really wanted to ski Mammoth Mountain and this is the only open campground in the winter, so we paid the price! Feel like fools. . Probably should have just picked a different ski area or booked lodging.
June 18, 2021 - reviewed by Sharon
After booking our stay 3 months in advance we were disappointed when we were stuck in the portion of the park that resembled a parking lot. The service was only 30 amps with no sewer or picnic table. COVID restrictions lifted but still no pool or hot tub. There are a lot of camping options in this area so no need to settle for a high nightly fee and lack of services.
February 23, 2021 - reviewed by TripleL
Stay Here To Ski
We stayed from mid-Jan to mid-Feb 2021, and also got to experience a Sierra blizzard of 5'+ of snow. What an experience. First of all covid in Cali ruined the pool and hot tub, no fault of the park. The park does not currently have winter water or sewer, but they might be leaning that direction for the future. If I could give 6 stars for location as in proximity to the Mammoth lifts they would get it. Ten minutes from your car to the top of Eagle during the week. Twenty minutes to June Lake, which is a hidden weekend gem to avoid the surge from LA over the weekend. A lot of trampers and van life rolling through, but without the water and sewer hookups its great for a van or truck camper. Bathrooms and laundry rooms are cleaned every day. We made it work without water and sewer in our 40' class A. If Elizabeth and Jamie make the investment in winter water and sewer this place will be one of the best Ikon pass RV destinations. Blog:http://triplelacres.com/Lillback1/
December 21, 2018 - reviewed by Brad And Rhadie
Have stayed a few times and thoroughly enjoyed the park, especially the friendly staff.
June 14, 2018 - reviewed by Mike Rady
Camping In The Pines On Asphalt
Pros: beautiful area, large pines, swimming pool enclosed, most hookups work, easy access. 2 hours from Yosemite National Park.
Cons: asphalt parking lot campsites, cable doesn’t work.
October 8, 2017 - reviewed by Jim And Kathy
Pretty area and clean. More of an asphalt parking lot and small space. A bit pricey but in that area not surprising.
June 25, 2017 - reviewed by Craig Feiler
We were very disappointed in our stay of 4 nites. We made reservations three months in advance but were unable to get full hookups so settled for electric and water. Unfortunately that put us in an area of the park that resembled a parking lot more than a campground. Compound that with the fact that there was a motocross competition and those people were constantly tuning their muffler free bikes made for an unpleasant stay.
October 15, 2016 - reviewed by Andi
We had a site with water and electricity only, though full hookups are available, too. There's an indoor pool but we didn't use it. It's quiet and the town is still in walking distance. Good base for exploring the mammoth region. WiFi worked fine.
August 14, 2016 - reviewed by Anne
Good Place To Stay
A nice bit pricy Rv Site with good facilitys. At night a bear walks through the Campsite so beware of your food.