Overview of Pine City Campground
Last Price Paid: $22
Reported by Living is the Adventure on 3/1/2016
Number of Sites 10
Pad Type gravel
Open Seasonally May - Oct.
Elevation 8,923 ft / 2,719 m
Max Stay 14
Tent Camping Yes
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“Beautiful lake camping in the pines”
If you want to experience Mammoth Lakes and stay on Lake Mary this is the place. The camp host was very nice, helpful and kept the bathrooms very clean. With only 10 sites it can be challenging to get a spot big enough or one at all. We had to set up our chairs and wait for someone to pull out to get a site. Some of the spots are right on top of each other so make sure you have the right spot in mind when staking it out.
The spots are all primitive and have a lot of trees so getting electricity is a bit of a dance but worth it for the spot. There was plenty of easily accessible water and the water tastes amazing. The closest dump is a bit of a squeeze to get into (at Twin Lakes) but not too far away. The spot itself has a slope to it and took a few blocks under our jack to get level and was a bit of a squeeze to get in and out once day trippers started parking across the road.
There is plenty of hiking behind the campground or just up the road and the Lake Mary boat house rents boats for a reasonable price. The closest grocery is in town in Mammoth which is down the mountain and takes about 15-20 minutes.
Living is the Adventure would stay here again
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- dry camping
- recreation trail
- water access
- fire ring
- picnic table
- restrooms: flush
- water available
We enjoyed it
Wonderful location, individual campsites vary quite a bit
- Dick Tony
Nestled in the pines.
- Rickster - Cricket
Close to town, a world away!
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