Best Western Bishop Holiday Spa Lodge

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

1025 N Main St, Bishop, California, 93514, United States
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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30
Poor
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Terrible
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  • Families72
  • Couples62
  • Solo69
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

camping and hiking near Bishop summer 2010

by samtin

We are going to be in the Bishop area for a few nights in early July (part of a hiking/camping road trip) and we are trying to identify a nice quiet and remote campground (must be able to drive to it in ordinary saloon car) in the mountains west of the town. Can anyone recommend a campground? I understand many campgrounds in the area don't take reservations so I am wondering what the chances are of turning up and just being about to get a pitch?

Lastly, any recommendations for good, long day-hike loops? We are experienced hikers,and fit and can hike up to 20 miles in a day but probably don't want to go for 14,000er summits due to hassle of organising permits ahead of time from UK.

thanks, Sam

Re: camping and hiking near Bishop summer 2010

by Jamesr3939

Check the California state parks www site. They will take reservations at most sites 90 days in advance. I am not a hiker or camper so I can't help you with that, but I did work with a lot of state park rangers so I know a little about the state park system. The state park system has lots of little places scattered around where the National Park System does not.

Bishop in July can be very hot during the day and get very cold at night so judge accordingly.

Travel Tips for Bishop

When Fido Needs to Go

by tomatohead

If you are just driving through and Fido needs to go, I recommend checking out our extensive canal system.

Fido can have a wander off-leash and you can get some lovely views of the mountains. If you head East on East Line Street and park up immediately after you cross over the canal (you can go either right or left), you can let Fido out to take care of business.

The cows and their calves are only out in Winter and for the most part, leave folks/dogs alone, unless they feel threatened. So, if your dog is a cow chaser, you might want to use a leash.

Value Sport

by GracesTrips

This was a pretty big sporting goods store that included a ski/snowboard rental shop. The skis I ordered did not come in time for my ski weekend so I had to rent just skis. $10 a day. Better than the $23 a day in Mammoth.

Boundary Peak

by mtncorg

At the northern end of the White Mountain range lies the highest mountain in the state of Nevada, Boundary Peak. It is so-named since it is right on the border with California. People looking to climb the highest peaks in different states come here to wander up its slopes, most coming from the east. The peak is not difficult - the hardest part is finding the correct approaach road and then driving up it without incident:+0 While atop Boundary Peak, Mt Montgomery looms nearby, slightly higher - in California.

Jack's Restaurant

by goingsolo about Jack's Restaurant

Jack's is a small, friendly local establishment. We stopped at Jack's for dinner the first evening. The goal was to fill up before the long hike we planned for the following day. With that in mind, we opted for spaghetti and meatballs, which was pretty disappointing. The sauce was straight out of a can and the meatballs were not very tasty. But it was pretty cheap and came out to about $24 for the two of us

On the last morning, we went back to Jack's for breakfast, which is supposed to be much better than dinner. It was definitely a better meal. The waffles are highly recommended and did not disappoint. I had the pecan waffle which was melt in your mouth buttery and delicious. I'd recommend breakfast here as opposed to lunch or dinner. It is served all day

A gourmet meal at the Mobil Gas Station

by BLewJay about Whoa Nellie Deli

So, you think this is just a greasy spoon at a gas station...well you had better think again. If you are driving up Hwy. 395 and you happen to be hungry around Mono Lake, then you should stop in for a bite to eat (breakfast, lunch or dinner) at the Whoa Nellie Deli (in the Mobil Tioga Gas & Gift Shop). The restaurant has been talked about in newspapers around the U.S...from the New York Times to the San Diego Tribune. The chef...Matt Toomey...has found a home in the middle of nowhere and the food is worth the stop. We ordered the Tioga Egg Sandwich (huge portion of egg, bacon and cheese on a buttery croissant) with a side of Tioga Taters.

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Address: 1025 N Main St, Bishop, California, 93514, United States