Leavitt Meadows Campground
Leavitt Meadows Campground is beside the West Walker River in beautiful Leavitt Meadow. Two-mile long Leavitt Meadow is in the Eastern Sierra at the foot of Sonora Pass, 24 miles west of Bridgeport. Many visitors to the area enjoy fishing in the river and hiking into the adjacent Hoover Wilderness. Sparkling mountain lakes and cascading streams are within reach of day hikers. A bridge spans the West Walker River providing access to the main trails into the wilderness.
Leavitt Meadows Campground offers 16 campsites for RVs, trailers, and tents. Some of the sites are along the river. Jeffrey Pines provide partial shade for many of the campsites; others are more exposed.
Leavitt Meadow was named after Hiram Leavitt who opened a hostelry there in the 1860s.
General Camping Information
When making reservations be sure that your vehicle will fit in the space indicated on the reservations website.
For campground purposes, a vehicle is any equipment that is required to be licensed/registered. This includes RVs, trailers, cars/trucks, boat/car trailer, motorcycle/atv, etc. Vehicles parked in a truck or on a trailer are not counted separately.