Nice park, close to town, high desert landscaping. The park was attractive and pleasant. The concrete pads were in two pieces, instead of one rectangle. Our jacks didn't quite fit on the pads but straddled the pad and gravel. It was not a problem for us, but overall, not a great design. We would definitely go back.
Great RV park, close to town. The managers are very helpful, friendly and welcoming. Lots of social activities: potlucks every Sunday, a lecturer for social hour every Wednesday, a stitching/crafts afternoon every Monday. Nice dog park where people socialize as well as the dogs! Most of the sites around the perimeter have mature trees; the rest have a grassy areas, picnic tables and newly planted trees. The park is very clean and the clubhouse is as well. We camped here for six weeks.
I agree with the other comments. The park is older but well maintained and the spaces are very large for an RV park. They do have some trailers but they are well maintained and the residents are nice. The park is very friendly. Great view of the mountains to the west. Close to town. We stayed here for two weeks.
This is one of our favorite parks in the West. We have been here four times, and each time we return, we have been delighted. The sites are spacious, widely spaced apart, and level. Most are pull-throughs and back-ins. Each has a shelter. The landscape is typical for the area and kind of scrubby but the grounds are extremely well kept and enhanced with plantings of lavender and other trees, shrubs and bushes. The park is on the Colorado River. The views of the Colorado National Monument are fabulous and we highly recommend the short drive to the Monument: which is a must see! The rangers are very friendly and helpful. Food shopping is just across the highway. We wish there were more parks like this one.
Stayed here while visiting Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon. This is a mobile home community with spaces available for RVs. There were not many trees or green spaces in the park but we had a nice, concrete, level spot with all the hookups. We used the laundry and it was very clean and inexpensive. The park is close to the highway and to a grocery store. The park employees were really wonderful and very helpful. It is about 60 miles to the parks. I would not recommend Highway 245 as it is extremely curvy and steep. There are better, alternate routes.
Small park with many permanent resident campers. The staff is friendly and helpful. The sites for travelers are gravel and level. Very good stopping off point for a night or two. Park also has a colorful aviary, wandering chickens and rabbits. Unusual but quite pleasant.
Nice, clean park on the north end of town. The pads are paved and level. Our spot had no trees so it was very hot in the afternoon, but many of the other spaces had shade. (Daytime temperatures were in the 100 plus range while we were there.) But Bishop is a great place to visit and this is a nice park.
The park was very clean, attractive, and well kept. The swimming pools (one for adults and one for children) and hot tub were great. We travel with two golden retrievers. They had a very nice dog play area and lots of space to walk around. The staff was very nice and friendly. They have a lot of long-term guests. Overnight and short term travelers are kept together, near the front and close to all of the facilities. We were visiting with our daughter in Santa Monica and did not want to drive into LA with the coach. This was a perfect spot to meet.
Very nice, small RV park on the west side of town. It is close to the highway but not very noisy. There is a train that runs through town and you can hear it at night in the distance. The park was exceptionally clean and well kept. Most of the pull-through spaces have a small tree, well-trimmed, for shade and a nice picnic table. There is a pool.