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Twin Lakes Campground

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Delray Beach, Florida
Reviewed 16 October 2016

I loved this beautiful campground! Beautiful lakes with plenty of trails to explore. There were plenty of amenities and the campground hosts were pleasant and helpful! The store had everything you would need. They sold wood if you needed it. Just a short hike up the side of the hill leads to spectacular views! They offer cabins as well as...

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Acton, California
Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

Nice campsites that offer a picnic table, bear locker, and a fire ring. Most sites have a dirt or gravel driveways. Each loop has water spickets and flush bathrooms. Beautiful forrest setting. For RV campers: Fill up with potable water by the campground host just before the bridge that separates Upper Twin Campground from Lower Twin Campground. The campground host...

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2Thank SarahSmile11
Sunnyvale, California
Reviewed 1 September 2016

This campground is literally at the bank of twin lakes which appears to be crowded but campground is quiet. Nearby shop is also a big help. There were no mosquitoes and there are plenty of hiking and biking trails. Place appear to be very friendly to kids and joy for fishing, even though fly fishing from the shore may not...

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1Thank dcpatel
Taipei, Taiwan
Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

I have been to Twin Lakes camp ground several times. I'm more of the traditional camper (tent and a sleeping bag). I think the bathroom (with a real toilet) is a luxury :)...the fact that they have paid showers with warm water is also a luxury...given that, I think this camp ground is ideal for people who want to enjoy...

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1Thank Combatfisher
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

Made Reservations for tent camping with water and electricity for extension cords. All sites plugs have been removed. RV 220 only. Since I'm disabled I need a golf cart to make it to the bathroom. Manager never came in until after 2:00pm. Never returned my phone calls. Showers will hurt you like needles. No toilet paper so bring your own....

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Lakeside, California
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Not a bad area anywhere, lake, forest, either are gorgeous! Hiking, shopping, relaxing, site seeing -- we love it! Good for dogs too. Hard to get in, sometimes but worth it! We loved kayaking, exploring the waterfall, and all the hikes close by.

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1Thank lisaleaf
State College
Reviewed 1 July 2016 via mobile

We were only here for one night, in site 46b. But, the area was incredible. You could view the lake from our campsite. The campground backs up to a mountain side. There are lots of great, tree filled sites , and a very well stocked camp store. This was in Inyo National Forest and the most beautiful site. The Mammoth...

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2Thank Thomas W
Bakersfield, California
Reviewed 1 July 2016

We have camped here for thirty five years. Two things have changed: predominantly RV, and the reservation system. Imperative you reserve six months in advance. Use ReserveAmerica.com. Easy to use site. Quiet hours 6am to 10pm. Tent users may not be happy with the generator use. We use ours sparingly, but others more so. Now that being said, this area...

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2Thank nancypants911
Westlake Village
Reviewed 15 September 2015 via mobile

Just returned from a tent camping trip at Twin Lakes. Our last trip to Twin Lakes for camping was 8 years ago. 8 years ago camping was reservations not accepted. Today reservations are required to guarantee a site. 8 years ago, arriving on a Thursday morning meant you had your pick of sites. Today, sites are only open for a...

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10Thank Drew M
Vista, California
Reviewed 5 August 2015 via mobile

The best camping vacation I've had so far. We spent the whole week at this camp ground & loved every day of it. Beautiful scenery all around you. You can bike, hike, & fish down at lake. The bathrooms are kept up on regularly. The camp host up on the upper campgrounds were so nice. I look forward to next...

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Twin Lakes Campground is located in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains near the town of Mammoth Lakes, California. It offers lakeside camping with breathtaking scenery and many outdoor activities. The lake is a great base for fishing, boating, viewing waterfalls and hiking, and offers close proximity to the town's amenities. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Twin Lakes Campground

Address: Inyo National Forest, Mammoth Lakes Basin, Mammoth Lakes, CA
Region: United States > California > Mammoth Lakes
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Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Shuttle Bus service
Number of rooms: 93
Also Known As:
Twin Lakes Campground Hotel Mammoth Lakes
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“Get reservations six months in advance.”
nancypants911, 30 Jun 2016 | Read review
“You are Camping! Be thankful for Service on your Cell Phone”
886fabiane, 24 Jun 2015 | Read review
“Sites near the water are nice, but water means more Mosquitos! Choose wisely.”
592ds, 6 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Did I mention reservations? Also, the website allows you to "see" what each camp site looks like! Really cool. The closer you are to the lakes, the more mosquitoes, be warned.”
greysquirrelGirl, 26 Aug 2013 | Read review
“Bring a rope to tie your food in a tree.”
bearatemyfood, 26 Jul 2013 | Read review
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