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At Brown's Town Campground in Bishop, CA, you can park your motorhome rental and settle in for a comfortable, worry-free stay. Clean showers, restrooms, and laundry facilities are on hand so you can begin by relaxing and getting a jump start on the days ahead. Kids will love the old-fashioned ice cream fountain located in the camp store, which supplies hot and cold sandwiches, freshly made pies and whatever RV camping supplies you might be running low on. The park has cable TV channels so you can catch up on the news or your favorite TV show, or simply enjoy the night sky outside your rental RV in your favorite lawn chair.
Each site has both shade and grass, electrical hookups, and more; if you're not certain about anything, just ask, and the friendly staff will take care of it for you. The RV park is next door to Bishop Golf Course, an 18-hole public course with chipping and putting practice areas, a driving range, and a clubhouse with food and beverage service.
Brown's Town Campground and the city of Bishop are nestled in the Owens River Valley and are often used as a stepping stone to Yosemite or Death Valley. The Owens River Valley has many similar attractions to both of their famous counterparts without the crowds or long lineups. The valley is a prime destination for bouldering, hiking, mountain biking, and fishing, but it also has a hot spring where you can literally soak up the relaxation. If that's not enough, the hot spring offers massage services for a more direct approach to working out that tension. Park your motorhome rental nearby, and you can combine outdoor adventure with the comforts of home, enjoying the best of both worlds.
Search for an RV in Inyo County, and you are one step closer to the vacation of your dreams. Those steps should begin by taking you in the direction of Yosemite National Park, a picturesque landscape of towering glaciers and deep valleys. Some of the sights you'll be looking for here are ancient sequoia tree stands and lush meadows, contrasted against granite formations that were transformed from molten lava. The American photographer Ansel Adams was so enthralled by what he saw that he devoted his life to capturing the landscapes in still, black and white photography. While you're visiting, you can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, picnicking, and other activities. Remember to bring your camera and take a photo of your RV rental in the foreground with the Sierra Andes as a backdrop.
Inyo National Forest is located in the eastern Sierra Mountain Range; it's a multi-use area providing mineral and timber resources, and habitat for local and at-risk wildlife species in addition to public recreational opportunities. While you're here, stop by the visitors center to see some of the displays on hand and talk to the staff and park rangers. The park is open to the public year-round; in the summer, you can enjoy hiking, camping, and fishing. In the winter, it's the perfect place for you to enjoy snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. There are additional ski resorts in the forest offering alpine skiing and snowboarding.
Kings Canyon National Park is next door to Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada Range, and the two parks are often enjoyed together by visitors. The landscape ranges from deep canyons and vast caverns to foothills and immense mountains. Sequoia has some of the largest old-growth trees in the world. The two parks are comprised of five main areas, and each area has its own climate and ecology; some of the areas are open year-round, but a few of them are only open seasonally (from spring to fall). The park's visitor center has ranger-led informational programs you can participate in as well as literature to help you get the most enjoyment out of your visit. You can hike the sequoia forests or the mountains and ridges according to your desires, or enjoy a driving tour of the area (although smaller vehicles are recommended rather than RVs due to road conditions, which may be less than ideal).
Big Pine, California, is a smallish but friendly community connecting the cities of Los Angeles and Reno. There are some interesting outdoor destinations located within the town limits you can photograph and enjoy, and a small but competent restaurant industry (since all of this activity and fresh air is bound to encourage your appetite). One of the locally owned venues offers large portions of well-prepared items, and it has both indoor and outdoor seating. If you make it here (and there's a strong chance you will if you're in Big Pine), try the Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich.
Tonopah began as a silver mining town following one of the biggest silver discoveries in Nevada history and later expanded into other industries. Today it is home to a tactical operations training camp that is open to the public (as interesting and exciting as this sounds, it's as much about team building as it is about adrenaline-pumping adventure). It has several urban parks where you can continue your outdoor activities on a slightly smaller scale and a rustic hot spring that is quaint and comfortable.
California is the ideal state for a vacation that provides urban comfort and outdoor challenge in a stress-free manner, and Brown's Town Campground is the perfect choice to make that vacation complete.