Agnew Meadows Campground
Agnew Meadows Campground includes a Family Campground, a Group Campground, and an Equestrian Campground.
It is located in the Reds Meadow Valley, just west of Mammoth Lakes, California. Popular with large families, this campground provides access to some of the most spectacular wilderness in the Sierra and many outdoor activities such as horseback riding, fishing, hiking and photography. The campground is a combination of standard, equestrian, and large group sites.
Only open in summer, Reds Meadow road is a narrow, single lane road.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Will not open this season due to extreme winter damage.|
|Reservations:||Family Campground: No reservations required, first-come, first-served.
Reservable on Recreation.gov:
Agnew Meadows Group Camp
Agnew Horse Camp OPERATED BY: RRM-CLM Services, DBA Inyo Recreation, 11811 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85028
|Fees:||Standard Family Campground sites: $28 per night. Equestrian sites: $30 per night. Group sites (10-20 people): $44 per night for group sites 3 & 4. $88 per night for group sites 1 & 2.|
|Restrictions:||Campers may drive into Reds Meadow Valley; however shuttle fee applies. Active bear area, bear boxes are provided and must be used (typical bear box size 48"x 30"x 36").|
|Closest Towns:||Mammoth Lakes, CA, full service, hospital.|
|Operated By:||Concessionaire: Inyo Recreation www.clm-services.com|
|Information Center:||Mammoth Welcome Center (760) 924-5500 Historical information Wind Storm Damage Information|
Take US 395 to State Highway 203. Head west to and through the town of Mammoth Lakes. At the 2nd traffic light, turn right onto Minaret and continue up the mountain past Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge and Minaret Vista Station.
Traveling in Bear Country
Historically, there has been a high level of bear activity at Agnew Meadows Campground. A bear-proof locker is located at each site at Agnew Meadows Campground. All food and scented items must be stored in the lockers. All trash must be disposed of in the bear proof trash receptacles. Do not store food, trash or scented items in your vehicle.
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