U.S.F.S. White Mountain Ranger Station (Public Lands Information)
Open all year. Information officers with the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and National Park Service are here to answer your questions and issue campfire and wilderness permits.
One block north of the Bishop Area Chamber Visitors Bureau, they are located at:
798 N. Main St.
Bishop, CA 93514
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Visitors Center
Located at the Schulman Grove in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, and featuring interesting interpretive displays and nature walks. Open summer months only.
Mammoth Lakes Visitor Center & U.S.F.S. Ranger Station
At the entrance to the Town of Mammoth Lakes on Hwy 203, this visitors center is operated jointly by the Mammoth Lakes Visitors Bureau and the US Forest Service. Information about sightseeing, recreation, camping, special events and accommodations is available. Open all year.
Call toll-free: 1-888-GO-MAMMOTH or 760-924-5500.
Mono Basin Scenic Area U.S.F.S. Visitors Center
Located on a hill overlooking Mono Lake just north of Lee Vining, this beautiful visitor center offers elaborate interpretive displays and nature walks. Open summer months only.
Eastern Sierra Interagency Visitor Center
Located one mile south of the community of Lone Pine at the junction of Hwy 395 and Hwy 136, the Interagency Visitor Center offers the traveler regional information as well as a wide variety of books and maps. Traveling from southern California on Highway 395 this is a definite stop on the way to Death Valley or Bishop. Open all year the center hosts some 200,000 visitors annually. The Forest Service has plans to expand the size of the center later this year.
PO Box R, Lone Pine, CA 93545.
Bureau of Land Management
Go to White Mountain Ranger Station for info (see above).
Administrative offices and Mailing address:
351 Pacu Lane, Suite 100
Bishop, CA 93514.