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Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds

Millerton Lake State Recreation Area

Central/San Joquain Valley, California

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  • The entrance to Rocky Point Campground.- Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds
  • Rocky Point Campground.- Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds
  • The look of a typical campsite at Rocky Point or Mono. Every campsite has some view of the lake.- Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds
  • One of two ADA-accessible sites at Rocky Point Campground.- Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds
  • Bathroom and shower facilities.- Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds
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  • - Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds
  • A view of Mono Campground.- Mono + Rocky Point Campgrounds
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Pros: 
Great views of Millerton Lake. Fairly well spaced.
Cons: 
Expensive. Cannot reserve specific campsites.
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Region:
Central/San Joquain Valley, CA
Managed by: 
California State Parks
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
State Park Fee
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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The Rocky Point and Mono Campgrounds on the north shore of Millerton Lake are listed and signed as two separate campgrounds, though both share the same camp host at site 1, and both are extremely similar in terms of their amenities and location. 

Each campsite in both the Rocky Point and Mono loops permits campers to have parties of up to eight people and up to three vehicles per site. There are no hookups for RVs in this loop, and the driveways are somewhat short, but sites have easy access to the lake, including a dozen on the lake itself when the reservoir is at full capacity. They are the first two campgrounds you will pass when entering from the north. This location in the San Joaquin Valley is just about a half-hour north of Downtown Fresno and only a little more than an hour's drive from the south entrance to Yosemite National Park.

Although it is not a very crowded campground at any time of the year, reservations can still be made up to seven months in advance; however, this will only save any given spot for your party at one of the two campgrounds, not a specific site of your choosing. A specific site will be assigned to you upon arrival.

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