Crowley Lake Campground is located in open high desert country. There are no trees and winds can often be strong. The area looks out over Crowley Lake (3 miles away) and Long Valley, a popular site for fishing. Crowley Lake is stocked with trout and Sacramento perch.
Copyright: - US Bureau of Land Management
Crowley Lake Campground, Bishop BLM Field Office
There is no fee, but also no potable water. Horses are not permitted in the 47-site campground. Sites are suitable for tents and RVs. There are 4 pit toilets, pull-through trailer spaces, and a group trailer parking area. No electrical hookups are available. Campground capacity is 376 people.
Closest amenities are in Mammoth Lakes, 10 miles north or at a very small store in Crowley Lake community.
Directions from Crowley Lake, CA: Take US 395 to Crowley Lake Drive. Travel 5.5 miles north and west of Tom's Place.
Late April through October .