Once home to over 10,000 people, this mining town is referred to as "a town frozen in time in a state of arrested decay”
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Built in the 1800's and still operating today, this breathtaking piece of history is not to be missed.
The old Bridgeport Jail can be found directly behind the courthouse next to the current sheriff's Dept, with plenty of history to be learned.
278 Main Street
93517 Bridgeport , CA
Located off Jack Sawyer Road and Highway 395 in Bridgeport.
Travertine Hot Springs offer spectacular views while soaking in natural hot springs.
They offer guided back country skiing and avalanche education with snowcat access. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity!
Mono County Tourism has done an amazing job at creating guides for the visitors to the area. Click below for a link to these wonderful guides.
Take a digital walking tour around Bridgeport
The Mono County Museum was established as a place to house and display area artifacts, photos, and documents. This old building was, in fact, the original school house for Bridgeport CA.
Built in 1883, costing $5,750 in gold coin. This amazing building is open and welcomes the public to come and wonder its halls and see the old cells