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Camping is geopend van 15 April tot 31 October
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3.5 / 5 (6 stemmen )

Bridgeport Reservoir RV Park & Marina

1845 Highway 182 Box 4471845 Hwy 182
93517, Bridgeport
California, Verenigde Staten

Located on the shore of Brigeport Reservoir in the beautiful eastern High Sierra. Incredible views of the Sawtooth Range of the Sierra Nevada, great sunsets over the lake, most sites have unparalleled views of the Bridgeport Valley and Sierra mountains.Trophy Rainbow and Brown trout fishery just steps from RV park. One of the eastern Sierra's best kept secrets. Quick and easy access to great hiking, horseback riding and trails, historic ghost town of Bodie, beautiful community of Bridgeport and the famous catch-and-release wild trout of the East Walker River.

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Engels (VS)
The people here are really nice. The reservoir is a fraction of what it should be so it’s not “waterfront.” Facilities were run down but functional. It served our purpose great for a stopover and to drain our tanks.
1 jaar geleden

Engels (VS)
The Lake is basically a marsh at this point until the mountains get a decent Winter again. The marina is bone dry. There are signs warning dig owners of toxic algae, so keep dogs away from the remaining water. Park was of average road side RV resort quality. Our site was small and cramped but had a decent view. The dry camping spots are more spacious than the full hookup sites. Staff was very friendly and helpful on details about exploring the area. It was reasonably quiet the first day but on the second, there were campers with dirt bikes that began revving engines and riding around in the morning. Park seems popular for people with ATVs and bikes; so such day time noise seems likely to be a common experience.
1 jaar geleden

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Engels (VS)
Mid April and the RV sites near Bridgeport hadn’t opened for the season yet. This was the only place that we Found to be open for business. Just because it was our only choice, doesn’t, make it a bad choice. As a matter of Fact, it could very well have been our first choice if we had the whole gamut of local parks. Chase, the manager/owner? Was super friendly and accommodating. The siting is along the shores of a reservoir. We looked across the lake and flat valley floor beyond to snow capped mountains rising abruptly from the far edge of the valley floor. They were, along with other sitework in middle of bathroom updates. Winds were brisk and chilly with whitecaps on the lakealthough the afternoon sun kept the RV comfortable. We were cautioned to Disconnect our water hose to prevent overnight freezing. WiFi at our site was strong and reliable. T-Mobile was right up there with a solid 4 bars. We are grateful they were here. This is not a 5 star luxury resort but had everything we needed
2 jaren geleden

Engels (VS)
To begin with we did not get the type of site we had reserved which was a back in fhu site. The site that they were putting us in was one of those except it had many pieces of broken jack pads filling up what looked to be a large pothole and they were large boards covering what we assumed was another large hole in the gravel site. We were not willing to drive our 22,000 lb Motorhome over who knows what. So instead we were out in a site just outside the office and very close to the boat ramp where the boaters showed up at 5am. This site only had 30 amp And water. Just a few feet outside our door was the port a potty and the parking lot where the guys that were running the place loved to zoom around in their side by side and dirt bike throwing gravel and dirt on our coach. The travel trailer that was parked next to us was clearly abandoned and was a very junky site. Basically the couple of sites near the office should just be parking for boat trailers and not for rv parking. If we would have had one of the few pull through sites above we might have had a different experience. Who knows. Those sites are close together too but had the views of the lake and mountains and not the parking lot. Also the park stated they had WiFi but we had nothing. ATT had no signal. Verizon boosted was about 3 bars.
3 jaren geleden