Thanks for visiting our page. We are Twin Lakes Resort. We are located about 10 minutes out of Bridgeport, California. When you head up Twin Lakes Road, we are the first resort on your right-hand side when you hit the first/lower lake. You will see our Marina on your left and the general store, campground and cabins on your right.
Curious about all of the different things to do while in Bridgeport & Mono County? Check out our Things to Do page for some great ideas. Our recommendation is to stop into our Bar & Cafe, grab some lunch and a Bloody Mary, grab a nice shady spot around the lake and enjoy the peace and the views. But really, there is so much to do here, so check it out and plan your getaway!
Summertime can get very busy when it comes to lodging and camping. Below are some helpful ideas on places to stay.
Please note, just because lodging and camping are filling up, the area is very large, so it doesn't mean you're going to be stuck in crowded areas. The Humboldt-Toiyabe is one of the largest National Forests and when you're in Bridgeport, you have access to tons of lakes, rivers, back roads and so much more.
The Twin Lakes Area has a few different options for campers. Let us help you find the campground that will work best for your trip.
If you are looking for a hookup site and want to have a reservation, this is going to be your best bet. We have 30 campsites at our resort. 16 standard sites and 14 premium sites. The Premium sites are much larger and 11 of them are pull throughs. The standard sites are great for smaller rigs or if you have guests with tents. All sites have water, sewer, electric and free Wi-Fi. You can book any of these sites on our website. We do take reservations 11 months in advance. Guests who stay this year for 7+ days do have priority to rebook the site before they leave.
We have public laundry and showers that are available for guests and any campers staying at the USDA campsites in the area.
The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest has some beautiful campgrounds all along Robinson Creek. These are very peaceful campsites located from the shore of Lower Twin Lake along Robinson Creek for a stretch of about 3 miles. These sites don't have hookups but do offer water on site and have bathrooms. They have lots of shade at most of them and are truly beautiful. There is no cell service or Wi-Fi, but we do invite guests to come to our store for your Wi-Fi needs. If you don't have a trailer, you can rent one from Bridgeport Vacation Rentals and they will drop it at these campsites for you.
Click the button below to see the campgrounds. Some take reservations and others are first come first serve.
Doc and Al's resort also offers beautiful campsites in their meadow. They are currently going through a transfer of ownership but as soon as we know they are opening, we will let you know.
Mono Village Resort - This resort is located at the end of Twin Lakes Road. They have hundreds of sites and almost always have something available. They do not take reservations for campsites; they are all first come first serve. They do not have cell service and do offer Wi-Fi for a paid fee. They have beautiful sites located along the creek and near their meadow along with many sites under the trees. They do tend to fill up for the 4th of July.
Just 10 minutes away in the town of Bridgeport, there are 3 other campgrounds to choose from. Willow Springs, Paradise Shores & Bridgeport Reservoir. All of these offer sites with hookups and are close to the East Walker River, Bodie, the town of Bridgeport and a short drive to Twin Lakes.
Other nearby places
Just south of Bridgeport there are also other great places to explore such as the Virginia Lakes area and Green Creek.
North of Bridgeport there are also the beautiful towns of Walker and Coleville that have beautiful fishing on the West Walker River and Topaz Lake.
If you need any help planning your vacation, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you haven't visited the Eastern Sierra, you are on the right track to experiencing something great!
From Mojave to Topaz, highway 395 offers the most amazing outdoor recreation one can possibly experience. What better way to escape than to reconnect with nature. Covering both Inyo & Mono Counties, Highway 395 will take you on a journey like no other. From the South, you will connect with beautiful towns like Lone Pine, Independence, Big Pine & Bishop. After that, you begin to climb to beautiful Lake Crowley, Mammoth Lakes, and the June Lake Loop. Last, you will then travel to the beautiful town of Lee Vining, Bridgeport, and then along the beautiful walker River to Walker and Coleville. Along the way, you will experience natural hot springs, hiking, camping, amazing food, craft breweries, fishing, ghost towns, Yosemite national park, and a whole lot of happiness. One of the things that also makes the Eastern Sierra unique is that most businesses are owner-operated offering you the best customer service while supporting small businesses. So please browse around, check out the things to do page above, check out the local tourism pages and come visit us in the beautiful Eastern Sierra!
Of course, we wish everyone could stay with us. We have 8 cabins and 30 campsites but they do tend to fill up fast. We do take reservations 1 year in advance. To check availability, click on reservations from the drop-down menu.
The USDA has 17 campgrounds in the Bridgeport area, some taking reservations and others offering first come first serve. Click the book now to see more on campgrounds.
Disbursed camping is also a great way to get off the grid. Enjoy a secluded camp to yourself.
For more info on dispersed camping, click below.
Please note campfires are not allowed in undeveloped campsites without a fire permit. To get more info, click on the USDA book now button,
Beautiful newly remodeled hotels on Main Street in Bridgeport. Enjoy these beautiful rooms and walk to great places to eat and shop right here in Bridgeport.
Ruby Inn is a wonderful motel offering great family-owned service and is located right on Main Street within walking distance of the shops and places to eat.
There are so many more places to stay read below for more options and links and enjoy your trip to the Beautiful Twin Lakes Bridgeport.
Other camping options: Annette's Mono Village - Upper Twin Lake. No reservations taken for camping but they do have a ton of sites that are first come first serve and rarely fill up.
Information about businesses in the Bridgeport area.
Our neighbors to the north with beautiful camping, lodging, fishing, and hiking covering the towns of Walker and Coleville.
Our neighbors to the south and the home of Mono Lakes and the Eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park.
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