Lundy Canyon Campground
The facilities division of the Mono County Department of Public Works is responsible for the operation and maintenance of of the Lundy Canyon Campground. This year the campground will open the morning of Friday April 27th. Last year this campground opened on April 28, 2017 and closed for the winter on November 15, 2017. The fee is still $16.00 per campsite per day. The public is urged to keep fire safety in mind and exercise caution. Due to the dry conditions and concerns over the spread of wildfires, campfires are currently not permitted in the campground. However, gas stoves are allowed.
The campgounds are always closed during winter months, and generally operate from mid-April through mid-November depending upon snow conditions. Early & late season travelers are advised to check eastern sierra weather forecasts prior to departure.
At an elevation of 7660 ft., this seasonal campground is set among beautiful Aspen Groves lining the banks of Mill Creek. An on-site campground host provides fee collection services for the 36 first-come, first-served camping spaces that include restrooms, trash bins, recycling bins, non-potable water spigots, picnic benches, fire-rings, and bear boxes. Every year several more bear boxes are added to this campground for your secure food storage. See the information packet link below for more on the campground fees, fee instructions, layout and vicinity map.
On occasion, some have confused this campground with the similarly named "Lundy Lake Campground" or the "Lundy Lake Resort". For comparisons of amenities and other information on campgrounds in Mono County see the Campground Guide link below. Please note that the water source feeding this campground is spring fed, so that campers should plan on bringing their own potable water or be prepared to treat the water themselves.
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