Gull Lake Campground is a small, shaded and private facility in the June Lake area of the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Within a few miles, campers can access two lakes with fishing and boating opportunities, scenic views and the small town of June Lake.
A variety of water and land-based activities surround the campground. Nearby June Lake offer great rainbow trout fishing. Campers also enjoy paddling down Mono Creek or hiking the area’s various trails, including one to Mammoth Rock and scenic Sherwin Lakes and Gaylor Lake Trails. A drive along the June Lake Loop results in expansive views of rugged mountain peaks and several lakes.
Gull Lake Campground is a small campground with eleven sites. Five of the sites are on Gull Lake. All sites will accommodate tents. Motor homes and travel trailers under 25’ will fit on all sites. Longer RV’s are not recommended because of short site pads and a narrow cul-de-sac turnaround
The campground sits at an elevation of 7,600 feet in a stand of mature aspen trees. The area is surrounded by 11,000 and 12,000′ peaks. Many species of wildlife call the mountains home, such as black bear, mountain lions, mule deer, pine marten, pika and numerous fish and birds.
Hikers can access the scenic Ansel Adams Wilderness via nearby trails, and Mono Lake and Yosemite National Park are great day trips. Ansel Adams Wilderness Yosemite National Park
Gull Lake Campground is about 350 miles north of Los Angeles and 150 miles south of Reno, Nevada. Take U.S. Highway 395 to its southern junction with Highway 158. Take 158 for 2.3 miles to June Lake, then continue 0.4 mile to the campground sign.