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Old 08-30-2018, 07:21 PM   #1
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Hwy 14/395 Over night stay Ca

We are planning a quick trip to Mammoth Lake area in the fall. We want to stop about half way there for the first night. We are looking at Red Rock Canyon State park. Does any one have any info on it?
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I would look for RV Park in the Bishop area for 1st stop. That way when you arrive in Mammoth you'll still have daylight to set up your RV. As evening approach you'll be able to kickback and enjoy the forest. Yup!! That's what I mean......
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Check out www.guideto395.com Unless you need electricity, there are loads of places to stay along Hwy 395 which are public campgrounds, not private RV Parks (resorts).
Regarding Red Rock State Park, I believe all sites are back-in and not very long so if you are one of the big boys (tee hee) you may not fit.

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If you don't need hook ups and the its not too warm(I'm thinking Fall should be cool) I always stop in Bishop at the Casino. I know they charge 10 bucks now, I think, but its a nice grassy area and breakfast in the casino is not too awful(or you can hit Schatt's battery). I've filled my water at the parking area also before going up the hill, one less thing to do when you get to Mammoth.
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We have stayed at Boulder Creek on 395 near Lone Pine a couple of times. Good park with full hookups.
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