Bishop Area Campgrounds

Bishop, California

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Some of the most majestic scenery in all of California is found in the high country that separates Owens Valley to the east and the fertile San Joaquin Valley to the west. The Sierra Nevada, the highest mountain range in North America, is the centerpiece of this tour region. Extending like a giant spine from north to south, its rugged peaks and granite-walled valleys prevent all vehicles from crossing from east to west. The region is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts year-round, and virtually every type of outdoor activity takes place within its borders. Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Pleasant Valley, Horton Creek, Millpond Recreation Area, Shober Lane, Big Trees, Forks, Four Jeffrey, Intake 2, Bishop Park, Sabrina, North Lake, Willow, Grandview, and Ancient Bristlecone Scenic Byway: Pinon, Fossil, Poleta, Juniper.

Bishop Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide

"Some of the most majestic scenery in all of California is found in the high country that separates Owens Valley to the east and the fertile San Joaquin Valley to the west. The Sierra Nevada, the highest mountain range in North America, is the centerpiece of this tour region. Extending like a giant spine from north to south, its rugged peaks and granite-walled valleys prevent all vehicles from crossing from east to west. The region is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts year-round, and virtually every type of outdoor activity takes place within its borders.

Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Pleasant Valley, Horton Creek, Millpond Recreation Area, Shober Lane, Big Trees, Forks, Four Jeffrey, Intake 2, Bishop Park, Sabrina, North Lake, Willow, Grandview, and Ancient Bristlecone Scenic Byway: Pinon, Fossil, Poleta, Juniper."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Bishop
Additional Use: Boat Launch/Ramp, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Inyo National Forest; Inyo County Department of Parks and Recreation
Driving Directions: Directions to Bishop Area Campgrounds

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7/26/2008
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good as it gets!fish,hike,backpack,car camp,whatever you want.


8/30/2004
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May 2018