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All towables

Trailer

Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

Other

All other types of drivable vehicles.

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Discover Brown's Millpond Campground


Finding a fun and relaxing place to stay when you're on vacation doesn't have to be complicated and at Brown's Millpond Campground, you will have exactly that without being under or overwhelmed. This family-owned and operated RV campground is situated right next to a creek in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range; it has access to hiking and mountain biking trails, a fishing pond, playground, horseshoe pits, and more. For your comfort, there are laundry facilities, showers and restrooms, and each site has electric and water hookups. Some of the sites are designated for tent camping.

If it's been a long trip, start your RV camping adventure by heading to a nearby hot spring where you can bathe away your stress or take the more direct route of having a relaxing massage. If you're not really in the mood for cooking (and you are on vacation, after all), take your RV rental on over to the city of Bishop where you can get a traditional breakfast and lots of it from one of their locally owned and operated diners. Your next stop is on top of an Eastern Sierra mountain peak where you can see for miles in many different directions. This area is a good spot to enjoy bouldering, take your mountain bike for a spin on the highways or trails that abound, or settle down to wait for the trout to start biting. Owens River Valley is a promising alternative to the more popular and well-known destinations, with fewer people, smaller crowds and lineups, and a much more relaxed atmosphere. From Bishop, you can take your motorhome rental for a spin on the local highways, one of the fringe benefits of taking an RV vacation (driving one is a unique experience you don't want to miss).

The Great Outdoors

Book an RV in Inyo County, and you are ready to begin an adventure that most people only dream about. Yosemite National Park is a well-known and popular tourist attraction not only for the abundance of activities you can enjoy here but also for its stark beauty. Towering granite structures rise up from deep valleys and spectacular meadows, providing a landscape that is eye-catching at any time and even more so when the sun rises and sets. Many visitors come here to practice art and photography, and the park was an inspiration to American photographer Ansel Adams who made the park's mountains part of his life's work. If you're here during the spring, summer, or fall, you can participate in daily art classes; if you're more inclined to simply observe and appreciate, the Yosemite Museum Gallery and Ansel Adams Gallery have exhibits of local work by Adams and other lesser-known artists, books, handicrafts, and gifts you can take with you.

Inyo National Forest is comprised of mountains, lakes, and forests to make it a complete destination no matter what type of activities you're looking for. If you like taking in the scenery, Inyo National Forest has a kaleidoscope of plant species in different colors and formations. If you'd rather interact than observe, you can go rock climbing, hiking, and mountain biking, among other activities. There are numerous lakes and streams where you can fish or observe them while enjoying a picnic. Keep your RV rental nearby, and you can fry up your catch once you're done for the day.

Death Valley National Park is one of the hottest natural resources on the planet, signifying its importance as a tourist destination. The name says it all, suggesting that this is where plant and wildlife species come to die. The reality, though, is that there is an ecosystem in place that survives the extreme conditions and is a testament to the tenacity of some plants and creatures. If you make this one of your destinations, make sure you plan ahead, dress for the weather, and carry water with you. The park has a visitor center with exhibits and staff who can answer your questions and provide you with up-to-date information on the weather and other important matters. You can sit in on patio talks or join a group for a ranger-led hike or night walk.

Exploring The Area

Big Pine is a smallish town with a big heart and friendly atmosphere. It's also home to the Owens Valley Radio Observatory located just outside the town limits. The observatory is owned and operated by Cal Tech which offers public tours and lectures about what they do and how it all works (you should call ahead to find out when the tours/lectures are conducted). There are a handful of restaurants in the town, and one of them is a family-owned and operated restaurant specializing in barbecue. You can order the barbecue on a sandwich, as part of a meal, or separately as a snack; the restaurant offers take out so you can take it back to the Bishop campground to enjoy it.

For a small town, Independence has a solid history and that history is reflected in the museums you'll find here. There's a museum that is located in the former home of author Mary Austin and another, the Eastern California Museum, which has exhibits and artifacts relating to the Native Americans who first settled the area, the WWII Japanese internment camp and much more. Not far from Independence, you'll find the Manzanar National Historic Site, located on the original site of the Japanese Internment Camp. You can tour the area on foot, and it also has an auto-drive tour you can take.

Vacations should never be a challenge (at least not the frustrating kind), especially in an area as beautiful as Inyo County, and Brown's Millpond Campground is here waiting for you to make sure that is never the case.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Buttermilk Road, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Inyo National Forest Scenic Drive: Bishop to Big Pine, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Mount Tom via Horton Lake Trail, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Upper Pine Lake, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Moon Lake and L Lake via Pine Creek, CASierra National Forest, CA
  • Lake Italy via Pine Creek, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Grass Lake Trail, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • North Lake to the Lamarck Lakes, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Piute Pass Trail, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Humphreys Basin Trail, CAInyo National Forest, CA

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