Crags Campground

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest


Lower Twin Lake



Crags Campground near Twin Lakes, Mono County, CA

Crags Campground

Bridgeport Area
Attractions and Activities

For those camping at Crags Campground, the greater Bridgeport area offers a number hiking trails, lakes, and mountains to explore.

  • Bridgeport Reservoir is known as an excellent fishing destination.
  • Travertine Hot Springs is a soothing 103 degrees.
  • Bodie State Historic Park is a favorite with history buffs, photographers, and the public in general.
  • To the south are Mono Lake and the scenic June Lake Loop.
  • Twin Lakes are known to produce many of the largest brown trout on record.
  • Hike into the Hoover Wilderness from one of many trailheads within easy distance of Bridgeport.
  • Hike from the Upper Twin Lake to scenic Barney Lake.

Key Crags Campground Regulations

  1. Fires are only permitted in fire rings.
  2. Quiet Hours: run from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM.
  3. Dogs must be on leash and attended at all times. No more than 2 pets per campsite
  4. To avoid problems with bears, keep food in bear-proof lockers.

Crags Campground

Crags Campground is one of several campgrounds along Robinson Creek, downstream from Twin Lakes in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The campground is fairly exposed, set mostly amidst sage, with only few scattered trees for shade. Other campgrounds in the area of Robinson Creek are more sheltered. However, there are wonderful views of the Sawtooth Ridge from Crags Campground. It can serve as a base for fishing trips to the lakes and streams in the area as well as hiking outings into the Hoover Wilderness.

Supplies are 11 miles away in Bridgeport or less than a mile up the road at Twin Lakes Resort where they have a marina with boat rentals, a store, laundromat and showers, and an RV park.

Crags Campground has 21 standard sites for RVs, trailers, and tents. Five sites are listed under Management, which means they will be assigned upon arrival. Those five sites are all designated as accessible sites, reserved for people with disabilities. Crags Campground also has a Group Site.

Campground Basics
Crags Campground Location: 11 miles west of Bridgeport on Robinson Creek, 1 mile from Lower Twin Lake
Elevation: 7,100 feet
Mileage/ Driving Times: Stockton - 170 miles, 3:47
Reno - 126 miles, 2:40
Number of Campsites: 21
Open - Closed: Mid-May through September
Max. People per Site: 6 (including children)
Vehicles per Site: 1 vehicle, 2nd vehicle $5
Maximum Length of Stay: 14 days
Pets: On leash, always attended
Operated by Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Bridgeport Ranger District (760) 932-7070

Reservations at Crags Campground
Reservations available whenever campground is open
Booking Window: Reservations taken from 4 days up to 6 months in advance of arrival.
Maximum RV/Trailer Length: officially 35 feet
Wheelchair accessible sites: 5 sites designated as accessible
Fees: $23 per night
Reservations: Crags Campground Reservations
Check-in, check-out: 2:00 PM, Noon

Crags Campground Amenities
Campsites: Picnic table, fire ring, grill, food storage locker; no hook-ups
Campground: Restrooms with flush and vault toilets, piped water
Showers: No
Dump station: No
Attractions near Crags Campground: Twin Lakes, boating, fishing, interpretive programs at Robinson Creek Campground, trails leading to Yosemite, Bodie Historic Gold Mining Town, Bridgeport, Hunewill Guest Ranch

Crags Group Campground near Twin Lakes, Mono County, CA

Crags Campground Group Site

Crags Group Campground

Crags Group Campground can accommodate up to 45 people. Like the main campground, the group site is located in a field of sage with few tress. The site has picnic tables, serving tables, BBQ grills, bear boxes, a fire ring with benches, and plenty of parking space for up to 10 vehicles. The restrooms have flush toilets.
Fee: $125
Reservations: Crags Group Campground Reservations

General Camping Information

Not all campsites can accommodate trailers or RVs of all lengths. Check carefully on the reservation site when you make your reservation to be sure your vehicle will fit your campsite. Purchase firewood locally to avoid spreading pests.

Accessible Sites

Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plate

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