Bridgeport Reservoir and Marina, Bridgeport CA


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We are experiencing an historical, extreme drought in the West!!!  Pray for some rain and a big snowfall this winter!! Fishing is still going on in the Reservoir, quite good actually, though at this time we have no boat rentals or Marina slips.. see Fish Report

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IMG_3294Our hope is that you find this site informative and that most all of your questions are answered!! If not, please give a call or e-mail. Safe travels and see you soon!

The Rv Park and Marina is located in Northern Mono County, on the East Side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, in California. We are approximately 1 hour North of Mammoth Lakes,Ca and about 2 1/2 hours South of Reno, Nv. See the location tab, above, for directions.

We offer a number of services such as pull-through RV sites, boat launching, marina with boat slips, wi-fi and cable TV.

Fill out our Reservation Request here.

The resort overlooks Bridgeport Reservoir in what is akin to a “Great Basin-High Desert environment. Beautiful views and open space add to the charm and experience of staying at the reservoir.

Established in 1924, the reservoir was constructed to aid farmers and ranchers downstream in Nv. Soon after, it was realized a strong fishery could occur here too. Today, it sustains a large and healthy population of Rainbow, Cutthroat and German Brown trout. A rich eco-system, similar to Crowley Lake, provides an unlimited food supply for the fish to grow and populate. The Reservoir provides anglers of all ages and skill to catch fish, whether one is Trolling, Still-Fishing or Fly- Fishing.

There are many other activities besides fishing to help guarantee a great vacation . Bring all your toys!! ATV off-road riding(leave from the park), Hiking, Biking, Rock or Mountain Climbing, Photography, Birding, Horseback Riding (we have short-term boarding) , all water sports(sailing, water-skiing, etc…). are just a few..

And of course, just relaxing and getting away from your work world….


California is experiencing a drought and we cannot control or guarantee the water levels.