Bridgeport is a census-designated place in and the county seat of Mono County, California, United States. It lies at an elevation of 6463 feet (1970 m) in the middle of the Bridgeport Valley. Bridgeport is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 395 and State Route 182.
Bridgeport is annually visited by thousands of tourists, many of whom come to the area for its well-known trout streams and lakes. Bridgeport Reservoir, Twin Lakes, Virginia Lakes, Green Creek, the East Walker River, the West Walker River and numerous small tributaries and backcountry lakes offer some of the premier Rainbow, Brown and Cutthroat trout fishing to be found anywhere in the world.
Once known as „Big Meadows“ for its fertile and open grazing land, Bridgeport California today is the hub of a year round vacation paradise. It’s historical, recreational, beautiful and affordable. Enjoy a great meal at the fine community restaurants. The local merchants provide a wide variety of services and really appreciate your patronage. Wi-Fi is available from the Mono County Library and many merchants offering lodging or dining.
Surrounded by vast National Forest lands, this section of Mono County is an unspoiled recreational playground with pristine lakes, rivers, streams and hot springs. Naturally, there’s great fishing, hunting, hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobile trails and horseback adventures.
If you have the opportunity to visit during July, join the community and it’s many annual visitors for the Old Fashioned Fourth of July activities. Enjoy the „All American Small Town Experience“.