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Old 08-05-2011, 12:56 AM   #1
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Rv park in bishop ca

Just seeing if anyone can suggest a rv park in or near bishop California
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Old 08-05-2011, 01:15 AM   #2
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There's a R/V park in Lone pine called Boulder Creek, in Bishop there's Browns ( just as you're coming into town north bound) next to a golf course. Just pass town there's the Hylander R/V park and a few more in the Bishop area. We have stayed at all one time or another. The Hylander is nice, so is Boulder Creek, but Boulder Creek can become windy in the afternoons. Browns is OK dirt roads in the interior of the park, it can be alittle dusty at times depending how people come and go out of the park.
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We concur with Boulder Creek description---have been there.
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Old 08-05-2011, 08:22 AM   #4
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We usually stay at the Highlander RV park on the north side of town however just a few weeks ago I stopped just outside of Big pine (about 13-14 miles So. of Bishop) to read the plaque about the Redwood tree that is planted on the North end of town.
I looked across just 100 feet East of the tree,there is a nice little RV park there. Water and Elect. No sewer. If I remember it was $1100 and $14.00 with elect.
A great place for an overnight or a couple days.
Also in town there is a restaurant with great food., on the outside it says Steaks and speghetti, only one in town, East side of 395.
It seems the owner has been there forever and his grandaddy helped plant that tree in 1906 if I remember correctly to celebrate the opening of the Winegart pass (sp.) on the Lincoln hwy.
The City named the tree after Teddy Roosevelt.
Have the owner show you around the resaurant, wine cellar, bar and everything, Fri. Sat. you will have a piano player entertain you.
If you stay elswhere, its worth the drive to visit this great little resaurant, you wont be dissapointed in the food.
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Thanks from everyone for sharing that restaurant tip we love Hwy 395---and next time we are there we will check it out. Always nice to hear.
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