Four Jeffery Campground
Inyo National Forestwrite a review South Lake Road
Bishop, CA 93514
GPS: 37.249, -118.571
|Last Price Paid:||$26|
|Number of Sites:||106|
|Max Length:||30 ft|
Rayn would stay here again
“Quieter campground in the Bishop Creek area”
Reviewed Aug 01, 2017
This campground has two kinds of sites: many are in open sagebrush and feel really exposed, but a good number back up to the creek that flows through, and the dense aspen make them feel very private. There's also a huge range in site sizes, with many only suitable for a car or van, but many could accommodate a 30ish foot RV. Really large rigs might have problems with the tight turns needed to get backed into a site, because the interior roads are not very wide. The reservable sites were all creekside, and looked big enough for big rigs.
The bathrooms were spotless and we heard very little noise during our midweek stay, even though there were a lot of other campers around us.
The campground was supposed to have potable water, but had a sign up about coliform bacteria when we were visiting, so we boiled water before drinking it and avoided filling our tank. Maybe check with the Bishop Ranger Station before you head up to see if you need to bring drinking water.
There's tons of hiking nearby, and a couple little resorts that serve meals. It's an awesome area to spend some time!
With our booster, we went from 2 bars of 1x to 2 bars of LTE. Service would drop frequently, but we were able to get online.
Apparently, this is a little used campground, maybe because it's not super close to any lakes. We loved it!
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Where: at our summer job at Rock Creek Lakes Resort Now that we have a couple years under our belts at our regular summer job, we can see a distinct pattern to the season. The year starts out slowly...
- dry camping
- water access
- fire ring
- picnic table
- dump station
- restrooms: flush
- water available
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