Taboose Creek is a quiet campground near the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Bishop, California. This primitive campsite is an ideal place to get a break from the rush of city life, and unobstructed views of the night sky will make you feel like you're a world away from it all. Campsites sit along the campground's namesake creek. Some can accommodate RVs up to 60 feet, and each site is accessible. Dogs are welcome guests at Taboose Creek -- just keep your pup on a leash and clean up any messes they make!
Each site at Taboose Creek comes with a campfire ring and a picnic table. Some campers note there aren't many trees around the campsites, so there isn't much shade. There are dirt tent pads, and some sites are parallel while others are pull-through and back-in. There is a kiosk and a dumpster at the campground, but there's no on-site host, showers, or drinking water. Campers should arrive with plenty of groceries, water, and other supplies to last them for their stay. If you run out of anything, the closest amenities are about ten miles from the campground.
During your stay at Taboose Creek, you'll have access to all sorts of fun outdoor activities in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and surrounding areas. Taboose Creek is an excellent cold-water fishing spot, and it's regularly stocked with trout in the summer. Within one mile of the campground, you'll find hiking, biking, and OHV trails, as well as hunting and climbing opportunities and more fishing spots.
Campsites cost just $14 per night all year at the Taboose Creek Campground, and the automatic pay station on-site accepts cash and credit cards. You can book your spot at this pawesome campground as soon as one day before you visit or up to nine months in advance.