Benton Hot Springs Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding areas overﬂow with outdoor recreation opportunities. Tall, voluminous mountains draped in wintry white blankets become lush oases for summer camping. Sapphire lakes sparkle, lively creeks tumble over granite boulders, and hordes of people coming from every direction jockey for a piece of wilderness to call home for a night.
This is not your usual state-park camping. First off, the grounds are privately owned and operated, in conjunction with a kitschy bed-and-breakfast, by the Bramlette family. In the campground, jackrabbits scamper between the sage tufts. Western tanagers and red-winged blackbirds perch in the bushes. And the dry air, combined with some of the least light-polluted skies in the country, yields unparalleled stargazing from your very own hot tub."