March
Friends of the
Fourth Dinner

March 4
St. Patrick's Day Shoot
March 12

April
Trap Shoot
April 16
Fishing Season Opens
April 29

May
Trap Shoot
May 14
Mono County Museum
Opens this Month
Tues -Sat 9-4
Closed Sun and Mon


June
Gun Rights Dinner
June 3
Free Trap Shoot
June 4
Friends of Bodie
Dave Stamey Concert
June 10
Bodie Photo Day
June 17
Bodie Ghost Walk
June 24
Bridgeport Trout
Tournament

June 24

July
Old Fashioned 4th
July 1 - July 4

Rodeo - July 2 and 3
Main Street Parade
Kid's Games
Arts & Crafts
Arm Wrestling
Grease Pole Climb
Mud Volleyball
Fireworks
Horseshoe Tournament
BBQ
4th of July,
5K Run/3K Walk
July 4
(more)


Contact Us - Bridgeport California
A Great Place to Live and a Fantastic Vacation Destination

Situated in California’s Eastern Sierra, the historic Bridgeport Valley has changed little since cattlemen and miners discovered its grassy pastures in the 1850’s. Surrounded by vast National Forest lands, the Bridgeport region is an unspoiled recreational playground with pristine lakes, rivers, streams and hot springs.

Alpine adventures begin at Twin Lakes, popular for boating, camping, hiking, mountain biking, mountaineering, winter sports and fishing (the state’s largest brown trout was caught here). Robinson and Buckeye creeks are renowned for fly fishing, and to the south, Virginia Lakes and Green Lake offer remote destinations for camping, fishing and hiking in the Hoover Wilderness. Here too are the headwaters of the East Walker River, which flows to Bridgeport Reservoir northeast of town.

The Bridgeport area is rich in history. There’s the 1880 Mono County Courthouse, which is still is use today. Museums explore Native American, mining and ranching heritage. And nearby Bodie is one of the nation’s best preserved ghost towns.


P.O. Box 541
Bridgeport, CA 93517
760-932-7500
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