Camp at Pleasant Valley Pit

Rate this Adventure Yosemite Pleasant Valley Pit Campground

Added by Bureau of Land Management - California

Enjoy camping outside of the town of Bishop, CA just off Buttermilk Road. 

Pleasant Valley Pit offers 75 sites, fires outside camping area need a permit, a dumpster is in the campground, 4 vault toilets, no water, some tables, fire rings. To get here, head 0.5 miles off of the Pleasant Valley Road. 

$2 per vehicle. Learn more at blm.gov

This campground is dog-friendly, but dogs should be on-leash at all times. 

Thinking about bouldering, check out this adventure.


Pack List

  • Bouldering Gear
  • Tent
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Sleeping Pad
  • Camp Cookware
  • Food
  • Water
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Activities:

Camping, Chillin, Rock Climbing

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Spring, Autumn, Winter

Features:

Bathrooms
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest

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Added by Bureau of Land Management - California

We manage 15.2 million acres of public lands in California.

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