Inyo National Forest Guide

Inyo National Forest is a large national forest that is located on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain range of California and the western slopes of the White Mountains of California and Nevada. The entire park encompasses around 2 million acres and has nine Wilderness Areas. The park is home to Mt. Whitney, the highest mountain peak in the contiguous U.S. The forest is very near several national parks, including Yosemite National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, Sequoia National Park, and Death Valley National Park. Visitors to this part of Northern California and southern Nevada have innumerable choices for designing their road trip itinerary through Inyo National Forest.

Shape Hiking Trails

Inyo National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Inyo National Forest

Inyo National Forest is a large natural preserve, and there are many available types of outdoor recreational activities to enjoy, including hiking, fishing, camping, biking, riding horses, and generally exploring the natural ecosystems. The predominant tree species are the lodgepole pine and the Jeffrey pine. 

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How to get to Inyo National Forest

Address: 351 Pacu Lane, Suite 200 Bishop, CA 93514

Fee: Entry fee $0

Your journey through Inyo National Forest has the potential to be the ultimate trip you have always wanted to experience. The forest is large, and there is plenty to keep you busy, but you also have the opportunity to visit a number of iconic sites during your time in the forest. Driving an RV is the most logical and easiest way to get around to every planned stop on your trip.