Very nice park. We stayed there and visited Yosemite.
32 $ for full hock-up. Owner was very nice and friendly. Clean showers and big laundry room (perfect with detergent-mashine).
We stayed in our motorhome for 3 nights, while exploring Mono Lake and the eastern side of Yosemite. Nice, level, and shaded spots. 30 amp. Very friendly mgmt who allowed us to ship some packages c/o the park. Clean bathrooms and nice laundry. The local Mono grocery store is surprisingly well stocked. And don't miss having a meal and drink at the upscale deli at the Mobil station. No really, don't pass the Mobil station up.
I have stayed here on numerous occasions. The facility is clean, showers and restrooms are spotless. I have always found the owners and staff to be very accommodating. As another commented about the 5 minute showers, they aren't a swimming pool or spa , they are a shower. Stick to washing your body, and you won't have a problem. If you need more time, add another token! Geez! Some of the sites are a bit small, but many can accommodate large rigs. No fire rings, but this adds to the cleanliness of the park. Short walking distance to restaurants. I have always found it to be a quiet park. Mono Vista RV is my park of choice when traveling in or through the area.
Nice RV-Park, sites with trees, gravel roads, frendly staff, well maintained and clean restrooms and showers!
Sadly we only had a short stay due to the wildfire, but they let us camp for free (had we chosen to stay and risk evacuation) and gave us shower tokens. The grounds were shaded, the dog walk big, the bldgs.charming, the shower great and all the staff were delightful. I hope to get back there and would definitely recommend it!
Big-rig friendly, clean and quiet property. Full hookup sites have lake view. Only reason not 5* is no free WiFi, no free coffee, no free DVD rental.
Wonderful location for access to Yosemite, Mono Lake, and Bodie. Very clean. Needs more sites with full hookups but the price is reasonable.
The Mono Lake area is very interesting. The town of Lee Vining offers a few nice restaurants and a well equipped convenience store. Nice and easy going, helpful staff on the park. On the outer edges of the park the ($4/24hr) wifi is unusable and slow in general. Well maintained restrooms, showers and good laundry facilities.
After a great day in Yosemite it was nice to have a friendly greeting for the proprietors at this RV park. Great location we stayed an extra for good measure. Only gripe is but can kind of understand why showers are limited to 5 minutes.
We stayed here one night in a class A motorhome. Found the park through rvparky app...great find. The office is open late, they have all types of camping, including tents. Sites are in the narrow side and are gravel with some grass and a picnic table. They have full hookup sites (with cable tv) and some with water and electric only. Lots of trees throughout park. Our site had 30 amp service only. A few sites seem to be able to accommodate bigger rigs. Bathroom facilities are very clean. Nice clubhouse/office. Lee Vinning is the gateway to the eastern Sierras. A few good restaurants in town. We are at a bbq restaurant...good food at good prices with friendly service. Would definitely stay here again. Paid $35.
I should give this a one star rating, because it's getting harder and harder to get reservations, LOL. Really great find, shady spots, nice people. Reasonable rates. We try and stay there every time we are through the area. Just made reservations for the end of July, we were lucky to get one, not the spots we wanted but good enough.
The sites here are not level, for the most part. The Wifi is not good at all. It constantly disconnects. Facilities are decent but certainly not a destination spot although Mono Lake, Bodie and Tioga Pass (eastern Yosemite) are relatively close.
Made reservations early enough, so I would get a spot here on my visit to Yosemite. I was given a long pull-thru site for my 42' 5th wheel. Had plenty of room for my RV and room to park my truck. I had a gravel 50 amp site with a picnic table. Had to use their cable as trees made the dish inop. The wi-fi worked well. Sites are close together but easy to maneuver in the park. The park is right in town with some good restaurants and any type of supplies you need. The showers & bathroom are clean and up to date. The only delta is the cost of fuel in CA .
We selected this RV Park because it seemed like it would be a nice area to stay in close to Yosemite. The town was a quaint town with a nice little diner called Nicely s. Aside from the town the RV Park was nothing to talk about. First of all if your gonna run a RV Park you should at least know something about Yosemite and shuttles and such for your tourist. They did not. Secondly, the shower situation is a mess. No separate shower areas for male and females. The token situation for 5 min of hot water is a bit ridiculous we ended up using our own shower in rv so we didn t have to deal with all that. The site itself was ok, nonwifi or cable as advertised so that was a downer. Wouldn t stay there again probably. We actually checked out a day early.