From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
Most RVers who have driven the length of California know well its major north-south arteries—Interstate 5, U.S. 101 and state highways 1 and 99. Those busy highways are all west of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Not so familiar is U.S. 395, which runs on the east side of the mountains. A 220-mile stretch of U.S. 395 is called the Eastern Sierra Scenic Byway, and nestled in the middle of it is the small town of Bishop.
The highway runs right through the heart of Bishop and is the lifeblood of the city’s commerce. To explore the Eastern Sierra there is no better place to set up base camp than Bishop. To drive through, and not stay for a day or two or three, or maybe a week, would be a missed opportunity.
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