BLM rules say you can camp anywhere you want for up to 14 days as long as you follow a few simple rules. Know the fire restrictions that are in place at the time and have a fire permit, no dumping of anything within 100 feet of any creeks, streams, waterways, rivers or lakes. So you need a gray water tank.
This is Pine Creek up in the eastern side of the Sierra just a little north of Bishop off hwy 395. I've been camping here for years and years. I have been known to cast a lure from the door of my Lil Loafer trailer, into the creek and catch a nice brown trout on the first cast. I have witnesses to that... LOL..
You can see this campsite at the lower half of this webpage...
Haven't been there since 1988, it looks just as I remember it. Our daughter worked at a pack station up near June Lake during summers while she was at college, and we spent many, many years backpacking in the Sierras further north off HWY 108. Someday we'll head that way again. Thanks for the great pics!
You're truly welcom Hamlet.... Nice to meet someone who has camped on the same dirt I have so many times. I spread some of my dog's ashes there as it was one of her favorite places too. Saw a mother black bear and cub up there one year. The Inyo Register posted the story and photos I sent them. This was about 75 feet down to the next larger open area with the big boulder and all. The cub was going through the trash can that EVERYONE in town said was a bad idea to have there. Mama was watching from the other side of the creek and I was in the middle with a dog leash in one hand and a camera in the other.
God grant me the strength to restore the trailers I can,
The courage to strip the parts from the trailers I can't,
And the wisdom to know the difference.