Sabrina Campground

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed
 

Springtime at Sabrina Campground

Sabrina Campground is a popular destination on the Inyo National Forest. 18 campsites. Most of the sites are in close proximity to Bishop Creek. About half of the sites are in the shade the other half have a more sunny exposure. Sabrina campground is about 3 miles from Lake Sabrina and about 10 miles from South Lake, both popular fishing destinations.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Closed for the winter.
Reservations: No Reservations, Register at Campground.
Fees $26.00 per night.
Usage: Heavy
Busiest Season: July-August
Restrictions: Dogs on leash only. Maximum stay 7 days. Active bear area.  All food must be secured overnight and when not attended; bear boxes are provided and must be used (typical bear box size 48" x 30" x 36").  Always keep a clean camp and do not feed wildlife.
Closest Towns: Bishop:  18 miles away
Water: Drinking water
Restroom: Vault Toilets
Passes: America the Beautiful Senior and Access Passes are accepted for half priced camping. Follow the instructions on the bulletin board at the campground.
Operated By: Concessionaire

General Information

Directions:

From Bishop go west on State Route 168 (Line Street) approximately 18 miles. Sabrina Campground will be on your right about 1/2 mile past the turn-off to North lake.


Parking:

Parking is limited and long trailers and motorhomes are not recommended.


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
37.218070

  Longitude : 
-118.606805

  Elevation : 
9,000 feet

 

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