Bridgeport Reservoir California Fishing, Camping, Boating

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Bridgeport Reservoir

Visitors come Bridgeport Reservoir for its world class fishing, ideallic lakeside camping, and pristine alpine locale. Read More

  • Enjoy fishing from shore, or explore the waters by boat.
  • Explore the surrounding countryside on an ATV.
  • Campers are treated to idyllic lakeside campsites, with facilities for both tent campers as well as RV's. 

Overview

Visitors to Bridgeport Reservoir are treated to breathtaking views of the Eastern Sierra’s as they enjoy world-class fishing, camping, and boating.

Location & Information

Bridgeport reservoir is located about an hour north of Mammoth Lakes. Follow US-395 north for approximately 50 miles, then turn right on CA-182/ North Sweetwater Rd.

1845 Hwy. 182?Bridgeport, CA 93517
760-932-7001

Camping and amenities are available from April until the end of October.

Activities

Fishing
If you’ve come to Bridgeport reservoir, you’ve most likely come to fish. This lake boasts abundant populations of Rainbow, German Brown, Cutthroat, Sacramento Perch, and Carp. Opportunities exist for trolling, shore fishing, and fly-fishing. Popular spots include Robinson, Buckeye, and East Walker inlets. Like any like, the conditions here are dynamic and constantly changing. Hire a guide fortheir local’s only knowledge and expert advice.

Boating 
Bridgeport’s marina can accommodate boats up to 24’. Rentals are available.

All Terrain Vehicles
Want to take a break from fishing? All terrain vehicles are available for rent, and trails leave right from the lakeside.

Camping
Several private campgrounds exist on Bridgeport Lake. Most can accommodate tent campers as well as recreational vehicles. Amenities include a general store, bathrooms, showers, and horse boarding.

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