Inyo National Forest Table Mountain Group Campground

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Walk down a short trail shaded by Aspen and Jeffrey pine to discover a stream side camp located next to Bishop Creek. This is a great base camp for fishing, hiking or just relaxing. This group site must be reserved; $70 per night for up to 25 people. Walk in tent camping only. Campsite has a vault…

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Inyo National Forest Table Mountain Group Campground is located in California

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37.20806087 N
118.5683304 W

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About This Campground

Walk down a short trail shaded by Aspen and Jeffrey pine to discover a stream side camp located next to Bishop Creek. This is a great base camp for fishing, hiking or just relaxing. This group site must be reserved; $70 per night for up to 25 people. Walk in tent camping only. Campsite has a vault toilet, bear boxes, campfire rings and tables. Bring your own drinking water. Less than a mile up the road is the Tyee Lakes Trailhead. The trail climbs the flank of Table Mountain with views of the Inconsolable Range and peaks near South Lake. Within a few miles: - Boat ramp and bait shops are located at South Lake and Sabrina Lake. - Convenience stores, firewood, snack bar, restaurant are located at South Fork, Bishop Creek Lodge, and Parcher’s Resort. - Nearby trails for day hikes go to Tyee, Green, Brown, Treasure Lakes and the Chocolate Lake loop on the Bishop Pass trail. - Horseback rides into the John Muir Wilderness can be arranged with Rainbow Pack Outfit. Overnight wilderness trips require a wilderness permit .

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