Paradise Shores RV Park

2399 Hwy 182, Bridgeport, 93517, CA

Paradise Shores Camp; Courtesy of Paradise Shores Camp

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Open from April through October, Paradise Shores Camp sits on the banks of the Bridgeport Reservoir and is surrounded on three sides by the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This laid-back spot can accommodate families in its medium- and large-sized camping trailer rentals, which all have well-stocked basic kitchens, outdoor areas for grilling, free Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning and heat. Families can use Paradise Shores’ kayaks, standup paddleboards, and pedal boats on the reservoir or set off on a hike right from the property.

Paradise Shores is also conveniently located to area attractions like Yosemite National Park and the gold-mining ghost town at Bodie State Historic Park. But you might have just as much fun simply relaxing in a hammock, taking in the views, or meeting other guests at the campfires that take place most Saturday nights.

Our Editor Loves

  • Scenic locale
  • Relaxed vibes
  • Water sports rentals

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Refrigerator


Great spot very clean shows real pride of ownership

by pnorthrop131

This is a great campground on the shores of the reservoir. The entire places shows true pride of ownership with the little touches you don't expect to see. Kelly and Charlie were very helpful and very welcoming . We stayed in our 5th wheel but they also have several really neat trailers available to rent that looked very inviting. They have an outdoor kitchen available for all to share Qtips in the bathrooms BBQ sauce and other items provided at the outdoor kitchen A+++
Great place , Great people Highly recommend

What a charming place to relax!

by bryanmW438MK

Stayed here for two nights this summer and loved the experience. We felt welcomed from the first moment we checked in and the park is well laid out with a lot of charm. We had a large corner spot with a nice grass area and shade tree with a great view of the reservoir (which really should be called a lake for how beautiful it is). An unexpected gem just off the highway. If you are traveling in this area, we recommend it!