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    Annett's Mono Village

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    • Bar/Lounge
    Apr 9 Apr 10
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    Upper Twin Lakes, P.O. Box 455, Bridgeport, CA 93517
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    Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

    Annette's Mono Village has a nice campground, marina, and cafè. We visited Annette's, as it is at the base of the Sawtooth Mtn range, where we took the Horse Creek trail up to Matterhorn Peak. The alpine water of the Twin Lakes was exhilarating upon...More

    Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

    This is now my second review I'm guessing the first one was removed along with a lot of others that I had read while making the first one. My suggestion is to check out "yelp" that is where you're going to get honest answers about...More

    Reviewed 4 August 2016

    We tent camp on the mountainside fringe of the F-section. Always a great time. The lower part of the Mono Village campground is much more packed with big rigs. Lots of deer, the occasional black bear. Great family camping spot with everything you'd need within...More

    Reviewed 30 May 2016

    We have the best time at Mono Village. The cafe has good food,the bar is fun to meet new friends. The fishing is great and you can rent boats for the day. Overall it's a really fun place to take the family and enjoy the...More

    Reviewed 3 October 2015

    This campground is located in the most glorious blend of scenery and wildlife you can imagine. Sweeping rock cliffs, dense pine forests, ash groves, golden meadows, deer, bear, chipmunks and squirrels are everywhere. The rivers, creeks and lakes are breathtaking and easily accessible by vehicle...More

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    Kelly L
    Hi Jon, We are planning a family camping trip at Mono Village 3rd week of July 2017. We didn't rent the cabins or trailers in time, so we are bringing our own. We want to make sure that when we get there, there will be campsites available. Can you tell us what would be a good day of the week to get there where we would have a good chance of getting a site. Thank you, Kelly L. Burbank, CA
    9 February 2017|
    Response from bill d |
    Hi Kelly, Since Annette's doesn't take reservations and the campsite is quite popular during the time you will visit (late July), I would recommend a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday (by early afternoon arrival. I... More
    Nancy C
    Has anyone ever stayed at the Lakeshore cabins on the upper Twin Lakes that Annettes Mono Village rents out? We are staying in cabin 3 this summer and would like to know any feed back. Thank You.
    7 July 2014|
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    "The F-section has ample sites that are most quiet."
    James S, 7 months agoRead review
    "Personally I would not plan a trip here."
    Linda B, over a year agoRead review
    "Get a cabin or have a camper. Too many bears around to cause lack of sleep and nightly tremors wondering if..."
    Michelle G, over a year agoRead review
    "dont get cabin #8. Might as well be in down town LA."
    Marc A, over a year agoRead review
    "I think all the motel rooms are about the same. We had room 14 and was very comfortable."
    Donald B, over a year agoRead review
    "Rustic means rustic. Newer 2bdm cabins are newer and nicer and pricier but that is your choice."
    Scott W, over a year agoRead review
    "Rooms are VERY basic...we camped instead."
    goninety54, over a year agoRead review
    "We were in the motel room B. there is only one adjoining room, which I liked."
    luminaire1, over a year agoRead review
    "Take shower shoes (flip flops)"
    zndrlla, over a year agoRead review
    "We preferred the cabins because they have the kitchen with refridgerator. Motel is nice but no kitchens."
    Anne_66_10, over a year agoRead review
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