Prices for a stay in Bishop begin at $85 per night.
Can I see all vacation rentals that are available in Bishop?
Currently, there are 306 vacation rentals available for you to compare and book.
Finding the perfect vacation home has never been easier. Tripping.com searches the world's top vacation rental sites to find the best properties in 190 countries worldwide. One search lets you filter, compare and sort over 10 million available vacation rentals from trusted partners including HomeAway, VRBO, TripAdvisor, Booking.com and more. When you use Tripping.com to plan your trip and book your vacation rental, you never have to wonder if you're getting the best deal.
Bishop, the only city in Inyo County, California, is a hotspot for adventure seekers and National Parks enthusiasts. Just under 4,000 people live in this high-desert city, known for its proximity to some of the West Coast’s finest wilderness. It is equally accessible from Northern and Southern California on Highway 395, and many people come for the world-famous bouldering and rock climbing. Bishop is the perfect destination for a unique and exciting vacation. Bishop has earned the title the “Mule Capital of the World” for its week-long festival, Bishop Mule Day!
Things to do in Bishop
The famous Buttermilk Boulders, 13 miles west of town, have been visited by famous climber Chris Sharma. There are some must-visit eateries in the area, including Erick Schat’s Bakkery, the pancakes at Jack’s and Eastside Juice Bar. The family-friendly Laws Railroad Museum takes visitors back to Bishop’s pioneer history, while the Mountain Light Gallery is a photography museum that celebrates the west coast. Go hiking in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, and then relax your tired muscles at Keough’s Hot Springs.
Day Trips from Bishop
Bishop’s location near so many National Parks and forests makes it a perfect home base for epic adventures. Yosemite National Park is only three hours away, and its breathtaking glacier-carved valley is sure to impress. Take a day hike to see the waterfalls and granite peaks, or drive up to Tuolumne Meadows to experience Yosemite’s high desert landscape. For a vastly different—though no less beautiful—destination, drive two and a half hours south to Death Valley National Park. The lowest point in the United States is known for bouldering and extraordinary stargazing. Mammoth Lakes is a charming small town. Enjoy a relaxing day at the spa and shopping at boutiques, or satisfy your need for adventure by mountain biking, hiking, and skiing.
Accommodation in Bishop
There are over 100 vacation rentals in Bishop on Tripping.com. Stay in an affordable hostel-style room, or find a cozy, mountain-inspired retreat. The filter tool will help you find exactly what you’re looking for, such as a fireplace to cozy up next to after a day of exploration. Whatever you’re for out of your Bishop vacation, Tripping is sure to have the perfect property.
Transportation in Bishop
Fly into Mammoth Yosemite Airport, which is about 45 miles from Bishop. Many attractions around Bishop can be reached on Highway 395, making car transportation the most convenient. However, the Eastern Sierra Transit Authority provides bus service to many popular destinations in the region.