Road Maps : CARASPACE Eastern Sierras Experience

Published on 5/29/2024

Dear valued customers and friends of CARASPACE RV Storage Facility located here in beautiful North Highlands, CA.


We are now in our second year of the ownership of this facility. We have applied many tangible improvements to the facility strive to continue increasing our customer satisfaction. However, we’d like to be able to assist in providing MORE than just secure & affordable outdoor vehicle storage.


Hopefully we can inspire some of you to go out and enjoy the beauty of recreational vehicles & boating. We’re going to consistently provide self-curated articles on everything we are fortunate enough to come across in this beautiful free Country and possibly some tips and tricks that we’ve learned in our ownerships own recreational camping & Boating experiences.


Disclaimer:  The best part of life is that everyone enjoys different things and in NO way is this a guide to follow without using your own judgement, safety, and experience levels. Remember you are responsible for all: good vibes, bad vibes, financial costs, fuel, vehicle safety, provisions, precautions, and the best part all the chances you are willing to take to try some new experiences!


Please feel free to share your experiences and any insight you’d like to share on or call us at 916-331-9124 to talk to our lovely manager about anything related to the Storage Facility.




 This insight was written for the Fall – Summer – Spring. Always check road / weather conditions. We like to monitor the accounts of Caltrans, and National Weather service. Example: @caltrans9 - Eastern Kern, Inyo and Mono Counties of California.


Leaving Sacramento and heading to the Eastern Sierras is an incredible journey. Fortunately, the driving distance to most of the places mentioned below are within about a six-hour drive.


If you enjoy, Camping, hiking, Fishing, Swimming, or just sitting in a chair outside and away from work. This is for you!


Reminder: pack for  warm and cool temperatures as the weather in the mountains fluctuates at any time of year!


Starting on the 50 east you will pass the Southern side of Lake Tahoe. Many of you are probably familiar and may even have spent your RV days enjoying this beautiful location due to its proximity to Sacramento, California. A short Jaunt on the 89/88 you will begin your Journey on the legendary California 395 Highway. Congrats you are in the Eastern Sierras!




Bridgeport, CA, nestled in the heart of the Eastern Sierra, is a charming haven where the rugged beauty of the mountains meets the serene allure of nature. With its rich history, stunning landscapes, and a myriad of outdoor activities, this hidden gem is a must-visit for any adventurer or nature lover.


For those who love the great outdoors, Bridgeport is a paradise. The town is surrounded by towering peaks, crystal-clear lakes, and lush meadows, making it a haven for hikers, anglers, and wildlife enthusiasts. The Virginia Creek Settlement, a historic site, is a popular destination for tourists exploring the Eastern Sierra region... It's also a place where you can relax and unwind. The town is home to several hot springs, where you can soak under the open sky. And if you're a foodie, the Bridgeport General Store offers delicious sandwiches and snacks for a picnic in the great outdoors.In Bridgeport, you'll find a perfect blend of history, nature, and relaxation. It's a place where time seems to slow down, and the worries of the world fade away.



Checkout: RV Camp: Paradise Shores Camp



Mammoth Lakes, California


The town of Mammoth is quite large and capable of hosting tourists from all over.


Of all the places in the Eastern Sierras we would rate mammoth the easiest most accessible spot but that also comes with summer crowds.


Checkout Visit mammoth for all local reservations etc.


We love Mammoth especially for the Ski resort activities. In the Summer the mountain is typically open for Mountain biking. If you feel the thrill set in check out a local bike shop or rent a bike straight from the mountain.



Visit Mammoth



We also prefer the sleepier smaller towns of the Sierras. June lake is a great place to visit!




Bishop, CA



Imagine waking up in a cozy cabin or a charming bed and breakfast, surrounded by the stunning Sierra Nevada and White Mountains. The day could start with a visit to the famous Erick Schat's Bakkery, known for its sheepherder bread, or a stroll through the quaint streets of Bishop, exploring its rich history and Victorian architecture.


For the outdoor enthusiasts, Bishop offers a myriad of activities. The Buttermilk Boulders, just a short drive from town, provide world-class rock climbing opportunities for all levels. The Bishop Creek Canyon area is a paradise for hikers and wildlife enthusiasts, with its scenic trails and beautiful lakes.


If you're a fishing enthusiast, the Eastern Sierra is your playground. The area is known for its trout fishing, with the trout responding to the increase in insect activity and providing a thrilling experience for anglers.


After a day of adventure, unwind with a soak in one of the many hot springs in the area, or enjoy a delicious meal at one of Bishop's local restaurants. And don't forget to check out the events happening in town, from music festivals to the nation's longest non-motorized parade.


In Bishop, you'll find a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure, all set against the backdrop of the stunning Eastern Sierra. It's a vacation that promises unforgettable experiences and memories.




Parchers Resort


There are so many different ways to enjoy the Eastern Sierras. We hope you enjoy our article. 

Remember to smile!


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Have Fun Be safe!