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Highway 395 passes directly through Bridgeport as its main street.
Bryant Field Airport for general aviation is located just north of town. Be aware of density altitudes, especially in the summer.
- Several hot springs, including Buckeye a few miles west of Bridgeport and Travertine about a mile south. The Forest Service Office (Hy. 395 south of town 1/2 mile, +1 760-932-7070) offers visitor information, maps and suggestions for hiking and day trips, wilderness permits and year-round wood cutting permits. The area is suited to fishing, hiking, backpacking, ATV riding and camping.
- Best Western Ruby Inn, 333 Main St, ☏ , fax: .
- 1 Buckeye Campground, Toiyabe National Forest, ☏ . Hiking trails, hot springs, firewood, toilets. No potable water available.
- Bootleg Campground, Walker, CA (38.423, -119.45) has 63 campsites, RV pull-throughs, under $20. +1 760-932-7070
- Chris Flat Campground is located in Walker Canyon, a National Scenic Byway, on the Walker River which is stocked with trout. 11 campsites, $20-32.
- 2 Craig's Campground, ☏ .
- Bodie - A long-unpreserved ghost town once famous for mining; the "Deadwood" of the Eastern Sierra, located within Bodie State Historic Park between Bridgeport and Mono Lake off 395.
|Routes through Bridgeport|
|Reno ← Gardnerville ←||N S||→ Lee Vining → Bishop|