Nestled in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains sits the Oh Ridge Campground in June Lake, California. It's found within Inyo National Forest, and it's also near Yosemite National Park, Mono Lake, and the Ansel Adams Wilderness. The campground sits above June Lake, in an open area with little shade and only a few trees. There are 143 campsites at Oh Ridge, and it's designed with several loops of campsites, with each one named after an animal that's found in the area. Speaking of animals, be sure to bring your doggo along for some tremendous on-leash camping adventures!
RV sites at Oh Ridge do not have hookups, but they can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet. Your spot at Oh Ridge will have a picnic table, a fire ring and grill, and a bear-safe locker. Bears frequent the area, so the use of the lockers is not optional in order to keep you and your fellow campers safe. Other campground amenities include drinking water, an amphitheater, a self-pay station, and payphones.
During your stay at Oh Ridge, you can boat, swim, or fish for trout. You can also hike to the Oh Ridge viewpoint, which is where the campground got its name. There are plenty of other trails to choose from, and many of them permit mountain biking and off-roading. If you're up for a challenge, opt for the Fern Lake Trail. This difficult, 3.2-mile out-and-back trail is best used from June to November, and your dog can hike it with you on a leash.
The Oh Ridge Campground sits at a high elevation, so be careful if you're traveling from a low elevation area. Due to its altitude, the snow often doesn't melt around the campground until May or June, so keep that in mind when you're planning your visit. Campers are welcome to stay at Oh Ridge for up to 14 days, and you and your dog are sure to enjoy every minute of it!