Enjoy a Stay In Your RV at Willow Springs Resort
Take advantage of the wonderful activities that await you in the Eastern Sierra in and around Bridgeport, California. A stay at Willow Springs Resort gives you quick access to the historic old ghost town of Bodie, a large number of excellent fishing spots as well as hiking, horseback riding, the fall colors offered up by Mother Nature and much more.

Since 1953, camping at Willow Springs has become a family tradition for thousands of guests. Parents and grandparents across multiple generations have established a heritage of many fond memories. Memories of enjoying the splendor and serenity of California’s Eastern Sierra Nevada. Guests even today have the opportunity to do the same for their children, family members, and friends.

Willow Springs Resort features 27 pet friendly RV sites which can accommodate up to six guests each. With the exception of sites 20 and 21 (which only have 20 amp), they all have full 30 amp hookups. Wifi is available, but not cable TV. An RV site for two people starts at $50, depending on the site selected. There is a $5 charge for each additional person. The monthly RV rate is $960. The resort is open from late April through the end of October (weather permitting).
Visitors staying at the Willow Springs Resort are impressed with the convenient location along Highway 395. They are pleased to leave the hustle and bustle of city life elsewhere as they relax and enjoy the surroundings here at the resort. Day trips to such fascinating places like the ghost town of Bodie, the Mono County Museum or the Mono Lake Interpretative Center are very popular with guests.

The region features many off road vehicle excursions both into the national forest as well as into the high desert areas between Highway 395 and the Nevada border.

Have your camera or cell phone ready to take advantage of the many photo opportunities that will present themselves to you as you travel throughout this region. Many guests will take a day trip to nearby Topaz Lodge, Minden/Gardnerville, or Carson City to try their luck at the card table, the slots or other games of chance. Others take a day to drive to Tuolumne Valley in upper Yosemite National Park or venture further into the Yosemite Valley.

The popular Willow Springs Resort community campfire takes place each evening for guests to gather, cook s'mores with the kids, tell tall tales, sing and much more.

A well kept, clean laundry room with adjoining shower room and restroom, one for men and one for women is available for the convenience of our guests.

Plenty of parking is available. If you are traveling with a boat or other toys in tow, you will have ample space to park your trailer in a safe spot while you are staying at Willow Springs Resort.

Many visitors enjoy playing horseshoes, where they can pit their skills with others.


Anglers can take advantage of Virginia Creek across the highway to catch native and planted trout. Or, fish in our private pond, for a fee, to catch beautiful rainbow trout from the Desert Springs Hatchery in Oregon. You may be surprised to see the size of some of the trout that come out of both locations.

In addition three hiking trails lead out of the resort, taking you into the beauty of the surrounding hills.

So make your reservations now for the 2022 season. Bring your family and friends to stay a few days or even longer. You'll enjoy your stay with evening campfires, a creek and pond for fishing, trails for exploring or you can also just relax and read your favorite book.