California’s Great Beyond


With 86 public and privately-owned campgrounds and RV parks in Mono County, the options are plentiful! Choosing an established and serviced campground is your best bet for a great camping experience that also preserves our pristine environment. And remember that when availability is zero in Yosemite National Park, the closest campgrounds in Mono County are only a few miles from Yosemite's east entrance.

Please scroll through the listings below for all campgrounds in Mono County. Public (national forest, BLM) campgrounds can be reserved six months in advance at or

Camping Etiquette is very important - please remember:

  • Leave your campsite cleaner than when you arrived. Do not put garbage in your fire pit (ick!). 
  • RVers, please follow quiet hours and turn off lights and generators at night. 
  • Please respect "quiet hours" and all campground rules. 
  • Keep your dog on a leash and clean up their "business".
  • Keep your food (pet food, too) in the bear-resistant containers, not in your vehicle or tent.

Wilderness and dispersed camping

We strongly encourage everyone to camp in a developed campground with restrooms and conveniences that may include water, picnic tables, bear-proof food storage, proper trash disposal, fire rings, and established pads for tents, trailers, and RVs. If you do venture out, be sure to Camp Like A Proknow where you can and cannot camp, get a free CA campfire permit, pack in/out all types of waste, bring all the tools to prevent a wildfire, and check current fire restrictions.

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