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Locals and visitors have flocked to Keough’s Hot Springs for one hundred years to enjoy the relaxing, healing waters. In August 1919, Phillip Keough, an Eastern Sierra pioneer, leader in civic affairs, and owner of the City Market in Bishop, purchased the property and turned the natural hot springs into a first-class health resort.

Keough’s enjoyed a glamorous heyday in the 1920s and 30s when celebrities came to the bath house nestled at the foot of the rocky brown hills and towering Sierra peaks to soak, dine, dance, and even fish on the premises. Keough’s 100-foot-long pool is kept between 86 and 92 degrees (depending on time of year), while an adjacent smaller pool is held at a steamy 104 degrees year-round. Water blasts endlessly from elevated shower heads into the pool’s deep end as a cooling system for the spring water. It’s the perfect family activity and lap swimming during specific hours.

Sun bathe on the lounge chairs, grab a bit from the snack bar, or take a short walk up the nearby Rock Garden Trail to delve deeper into local geology. Along the path, various large rocks-including locally extracted lava and obsidian-are labeled with descriptions.

You can even stay at Keough’s Hot Springs. They have tent sites, tent cabins and modular retreats. Enjoy an epic Eastern Sierra getaway!

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3 days ago

Camping is one of the best ways to bring people together. The fairgrounds has camping open year-round with water and electricity.
Photo by Gayla Wolfe
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Camping is one of the best ways to bring people together. The fairgrounds has camping open year-round with water and electricity. 
Photo by Gayla Wolfe
https://tricountyfair.com/bishop-climbers-campground/

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So you can just roll in , no reservations needed?

This is great news. 👍🏻👏🏻🎣🐟😎❤️🇺🇸

Camped there all the time during the 50-60's

My wife and I are also rugged campers. We love to rough it in one of the cabins at the Double Eagle Lodge in June Lake. We huddle around the fireplace sipping a glass of fine Chardonnay. It's tough, but we somehow survive and return at every opportunity.

No I didn't know

Yes

Jacquelyn Mc Namara Stuckey...did you know this???

Marilyn Bennett Just an FYI.

Another Sanctuary city ?

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4 days ago

Happy hour at it's best :)
Thanks @seanbplunkett for beautful shot.
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Happy hour at its best :)
Thanks @seanbplunkett for beautful shot. 
#visitbishop
#bishopBIGbackyard

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Great fishing too! Many drifts down the Owens river!

Wow beautiful

ahhh...SO beautiful!!!

Wild and beautiful 💗

Nice always

Beautiful!

Amazing

Owens river (creek like), near a camping spot I think !

Owens River??

That is a poster!

Dang 😍

I want to see this so much just to experience what my awesome brother loved so much! He loved BISHOP, so every picture you share is special to me! 💛💙😊😀

GORGEOUS shot. Can't wait to go back soo

Nature soothes the soul....

Diane Van Riper. Looks different than when we were there!

Look at all the natural beauty of the color here!!!

You will never see a more Beautiful sun rise.

RAD!!

♥️

Owens River. Caught my largest brown trout there

Wonderful Sean B Plunkett!!

Isn’t that beautiful!!

Looks great

Why weren't you in this shot Josh Beck?

Tam Mert

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5 days ago

Wow!! Look at this tree in infrared! Millpond County Park?
Thanks @lacey__leonard for this cool shot!
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Wow!! Look at this tree in infrared! Millpond County Park?
Thanks @lacey__leonard for this cool shot!
#visitbishop

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Beautiful

Beautiful.

Lovely.

Beautiful

BEAUTIFUL

Amazing

Awesome

Awesome

Love Mollpond.

Beautiful

Stunning

Unique photo

So cool

AMAZING VIEW! This is a beautiful shot!

Millpond Park is an ideal place to read a book in the shade of one of its beautiful trees, stroll, spend your lunch break, or just sit and be alone with yourself. It is truly unique.

I'd say supernatural would be a good description of this picture. <3

B & W ,wonder full

Totally beautiful.

This was the site of my wedding reception ! Remember that fiasco Rick and Joan A. Huff! Drunken and half blown over wedding cake!!OMG

❤️

Beautiful

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