Great campground, especially if you have a UTV. You can ride many trails, and can get to Bodie and beyond to the north, and down to Mammoth to the south. Easy lake access for fishing, swimming, and there is an area to take the dogs for a little swim.
Rolled in here by chance on our way to Mammoth. Very pleasant surprise. Clean Cheap sites close to swimming in June Lake. Campground host was super helpful
Nice campground, amazing view on the lake and mountains. Stayed there on May 3rd, 2017. $27.50 per night. (No electricity, no water). No showers in the camping, but showers available at the grocery store just in front of the campground's entrance (didn't try).
Nice view of the lake below. Lovely pines. Small sites but can accommodate RVs. Seems to fill up quick with limited amount of sites. Campground across the street offers more amenities and more shade.
If your idea of camping is barking dogs, loud music, cramped spots, telephone poles and lines, dune buggies, and generators running from 6 AM until 10 PM then this is the place for you! Me? No to the out of control campers, the generators and the urban atmosphere of what could be a serene and gorgeous place. Such a shame - much better places elsewhere in the Eastern Sierra.
We accidentally bumped into this campspot, we were on our way to mammoth lake. Awesome spot with a very nice view. We were a bit unlucky because there was lots of wind, but still a must do spot!