Looking for that perfect piece of wilderness in Inyo National Forest? Grandview Campground comes pretty darn close. Breathe in the fresh air, and check out the scenic views as you pitch your tent in this cozy campground. At an elevation of over 8,000 feet, make sure to stay up late to catch some of the clearest star gazing in the Eastern Sierras.
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There are single tracks and dirt roads here, offering something for bikers of all levels. The easy trails include a 1.2 mile lo...Read more
Sabrina Lake has a boat launch, rentals, marina and tackle shop, and there are no fees! Ideal for summertime fishing. The...Read more
Did we mention there are over 400 lakes and 1,000 miles of rivers and streams? No? Well, you can imagine how great the fishing ...Read more
There are so many trails here! You can explore the breathtaking mountains, see the hundreds of lakes and never run into another...Read more
There are a good number of horse campgrounds to stay at, as well as pack stations that will give you all of the info you need, ...Read more
Many of the lakes allow non-motorized boating, which means kayakers, canoers, and other small paddling boats are welcome out in...Read more
There’s an expansive network of routes for off-road vehicles to explore: spanning 2,000 miles, you can drive up into the mounta...Read more
Mountain climbers and boulderers will find enough ground to play on. Mammoth Lakes has some moderate climbs, with great names l...Read more
Thanks to the abundant snowfall, cross country skiers have plenty to explore, especially in the Mammoth Lakes area. Gorp offers...Read more
June Lake has a swimming beach to suit all your swimming needs, and there is a solid number of campgrounds that offer swimming ...Read more
The Inyo forest is home to black bears, mountain lions, mule deer, pine marten, pika, coyotes, raccoons, bobcats, martens, foxe...Read more
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Nice campground. Not too crowded on 6/10/17, only about a third of the sites were occupied. The views from the campground itself aren't all that "grand" (other than the stars). But there are tons of breathtaking views while driving/hiking nearby. The tight twisty road prevents most big RVs/Campers, which is nice for those of us who aren't in a house on wheels.
One of the best spots in California for stargazing. We visited for one night on Labor Day. Quiet, isolated campground deep in the White Mountains with endless hiking opportunities in all directions. Sites are distanced far away enough to maintain privacy while close enough to meet your neighbors. Bathrooms are minimal but relatively clean and include toilet paper. No water, bring a lot! Also, bring bug spray and sun screen. You won't regret making the winding trek up, and you won't forget the (harrowing?) descent back into the Owens Valley. Bring your telescope and plenty of blankets!