Green Creek Campground is tucked away at the end of dusty Green Lake Road off Highway 395, only 4½ miles south of Bridgeport in Mono County. All the streams in the area are known as good fly-fishing destinations. Nearby Twin Lakes is where anglers head in hopes of landing a lunker brown trout. From Green Creek Campground a trail leads west into the Hoover Wilderness to several pretty lakes - Green Lake (2 miles), West Lake, and East Lake.
Green Creek Campground has 10 sites which can accommodate RVs, trailers, and tents. Many sites border the creek and are well separated from one another by trees. Nearby are a pair of group camps, one for up to 25 people and the other up to 30.
Near the end of Green Creek Road, 8½ miles from Highway 395, south of Bridgeport
Mileage/ Driving Times:
Stockton - 172 miles, 3:51 Reno - 128 miles, 2:41
Number of Campsites:
Open - Closed:
Mid-May through mid-0ctober
Max. People per Site:
6 (including children)
Vehicles per Site:
2 vehicle, 2nd vehicle $5
Maximum Length of Stay:
On leash, always attended
Westrek Services for Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Bridgeport Ranger District (760) 932-7070
first come, first served
Maximum RV/Trailer Length:
$20 per night
2:00 PM, Noon
Green Creek Campground Amenities
Picnic table, fire ring, food storage locker; no hook-ups
Vault toilets, potable water
Attractions near Green Creek Campground:
Green Lake, East Lake, West Lake, trails leading to Yosemite, Bodie Historic Gold Mining Town, Bridgeport, Twin Lakes
Green Creek Campground Group Sites
Green Creek Group Campground has 2 sites, one which can accommodate up to 25 people and 5 vehicles, and the other for up to 30 people and 5 vehicles. Currently Green Creek Campgrounds have no potable water. Campers should boil creek water or use a proper filter. Jeffrey pines tower over the site, offering partial shade. Aspens, junipers, sagebrush, and summer wildflowers dot the site.
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.
Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plate