INYO COUNTY CAMPGROUNDS ARE OPEN YEAR ROUND
Our Campgrounds are dog friendly.
Campfires are allowed in the fire rings only.
Diaz Lake - Three miles south of Lone Pine on U.S. 395. 80-acre lake.
Portuguese Joe - Via U.S. 395, turn west in Lone Pine on Whitney Portal Road
Independence Creek -- Via U.S. 395, turn west in Independence on Market Street
Taboose Creek - Via U.S. 395, 14-miles north of Independence
Tinnemaha Creek -- Via U.S. 395, 19-miles north of Independence
Baker Creek - Via U.S. 395, just north of the Town of Big Pine
Pleasant Valley - Via U.S. 396, 6 miles NW of Bishop NOW OPEN!
CONCESSIONAIRE OPERATED CAMPGROUNDS
Millpond - Via U.S. 395, 6 miles NW of Bishop same entrance as Millpond Recreation Area
Glacier View - One-half mile north of Big Pine, on U.S. 395
Brown's Town - One- mile south of Bishop on U.S. 395
Tecopa Park & Campground - - Via State highway 127, 5-miles south of Shoshone
Inyo County Museums
Eastern California Museum, 155 Grant Street, Independence, 93526
Laws Historical Railroad Museum off Highway 6, Laws, Bishop, 93514
Eastern Interagency Visitor Center (760) 876-6222 TDD (760) 876-6228
US. Forest Service: https://www.fs.usda.gov/gsearch/inyo%2Bcounty