Parchers Resort reopens May 16th,
2014. Please join us for another incredible year of hiking,
fishing, kayaking and photography!
Hereto take a
photo tour of Parchers Resort, South Lake Landing and
some of our summer activities in the Bishop Creek Canyon.
Concerned about rising fuel costs
when traveling from Southern California?
Bishop Creek Canyon is.... 35 minutes closer than the Mammoth Lakes Basin 50 minutes closer than the June Lake Loop 90 minutes closer than Twin Lakes Bridgeport
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Parchers Resort in the Bishop
Creek Canyon is ideally located at 9,290 foot
elevation amid the beautiful Inyo National Forest.
Just an easy 30 minute drive southwest from Bishop,
the resort lies on a pine-sheltered bench between
two beautiful mountain streams, the lively Bishop
Creek and the more placid Green Creek. The resort is
an ideal location for the small family or a large
Fishing, horseback riding, hiking, kayaking and photography are just
a few of the activities which draw visitors to our
scenic creek-side resort.
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Resort is open mid May thru mid October
Call Parchers at: 760-873-4177
ACCOMMODATIONS Parchers Resort has 19
housekeeping cabins available during the summer and fall
seasons. We have six different cabin styles which range
in price from $129 to $262 per night. Reservations are
taken on a first-come, first-served basis so it's always
best to plan early. Our cabins are perfect for couples,
families or fishin' buddies. For additional information
and rates, please click here.
To see interior pictures and floor plans of our cabins
and then click on any of the cabin numbers.
RV SITES Parchers has 3 full-hookup RV
sites available. Reservations are taken on a first-come,
first-served basis so call early. Rates are $55 per
night. Click here
to see where the sites are located in the Parchers camp.
CAFE The South Fork Restaurant is a
favorite with backpackers, campers, and locals alike.To learn more about our cafe,
BOAT RENTALS Hourly, half-day, and full-day
fishing boat rentals, kayak rentals, and pontoon boat
rentals on beautiful South Lake Bishop are available
through Parchers Resort.
Click herefor details.
Parchers Resort has a great selection of collectibles,
gifts, souvenirs, professional Sierra photography, hats,
books and custom clothing available that is sure to
bring a smile to guests who love to shop!
Just one mile below South Lake, Parchers Resort also has
a small but well-stocked country store carrying the
basic foods, snacks, beverages, supplies and fishing
tackle you will need on your vacation.
Call Parchers at: 760-873-4177
See What's New at Parchers!
Check out all the improvements the Smith Family completed over the past few
years. See how remodels of nearly every single cabin, the new entrance & sign,
and the new cabins added to the property turned out!
to see pictures!
Yellow Legged Frog Update
comment period for the US Fish & Wildlife proposal to list
the frog and establish critical habitat in the Eastern
Sierra has been extended to November. Thank you for everyone
who commented. For those that have not yet commented, please
visit the following links for resources regarding the
proposal. We are also asking that folks please submit
comments via the links below requesting the following.
The proposal should not
be approved unless verbiage in the proposal
guarantees that public access will not be
impeded in any way.
Verbiage in the proposal
must allow California DFW to manage lakes in the
Critical Habitat Area for both the preservation
of amphibians and where where appropriate,
The critical habitat
area should be moved back to the existing
wilderness boundary which would exclude popular
road acessible areas like South
Lake Recreation Area, Upper So. Fork Bishop Creek, Weir Pond,
upper Rock Creek and Rock Creek Lake to insure
the viability of area businesses and access for
recreation including fishing and boating.
The California DFW
should be the lead agency managing the frog
population as they have been doing for the past