Bishop Lake Modern Campground
Brighton Recreation Area
Dates of visit: June 18-28, 2011
What are the differences between the Upper Campground and the Lower Campground?
Lower: Closer to and more accessible to the lake and to the toilet/shower building.
Upper: Shadier; more heavily treed. No toilet/shower building on this level. There's an easy paved path through the campground, but you need to go up/down stairs to get to facilities.
This is the entry row to the lower campground, with Site 69 on the left and the lake straight ahead
At the end of the row on the right is Site 84.
Bishop Lake boaters and quacky residents.
Canoes & kayaks can be rented at the office.
Site #85 on the bend and with the door opening on the water side, seems like the best site in this loop in my opinion. Nice lakefront property, huh?
View of the campground from the lake. As you can see, some very nice trees, but mostly open area and easy to navigate through. Site 130 is on the right hand side of the road here – another very popular site close to the water.
|General Campground Information:|
144 Total Sites – Campground Site Map showing layout (no 50 amp service available as of 2012)
Make a Reservation Online. Campsites may be reserved up to 6 months in advance of arrival date. The beachfront sites go immediately, so be quick!
Reviews from other RVers: RVParkReviews.com
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