Teeming with big trout, Bishop Creek is known to fisherman
all over the state. But it's more than the fish that
makes Bishop Creek so special it's the splendid
scenery, and the peaceful tranquility of the Bishop
area that brings visitors to the Creek.
Of course, fishermen dig Bishop Creek because there
are no special restrictions the "take"
is five fish a day, with a maximum of 10 in possession.
The California Department of Fish & Game plants
rainbow trout in the Creek.
When it's warmer, you're bound to see both kids and
adults floating through the quieter sections of the
river on innertubes. Seems like everybody has their
own favorite swimming hole in the Creek, or their own
stretch of riverbank for sunbathing. Bring a copy of
Walden to read underneath the cool shade.
There's more than 200 campsites in the Bishop Creek
Area. All have toilet facilities, and most have running
water. The Creek is a fantastic place to camp! Bishop
Creek Resorts has a multiple of accommodations to fit
all your needs in this beautiful wilderness area.
Bishop Creek is an idyllic place for families and anglers.
And it's a one-of-a-kind escape from the noisy grind
of the city. So swing by, kick back, relax, and take
a deep breath you're nestled in the heart of
the Eastern Sierra.