Four Jeffrey is okay. It's not horrible, but I am a High Sierra/Bishop camping snob, so to me, Four Jeffrey is a place I'll stay if I have no other choice in that general area. The surrounding areas near South Lake, North Lake and Sabrina are exquisite and fishing is awesome. Four Jeffrey can get a little noisy at times. I got the impression that there were some party-animals that like to camp there and I like my solitude in the High Sierra. Some campers also lacked camp etiquette. I also don't like that many of the sites do not have shade and feel rather "exposed." The sites near the stream are definitely the best. One good thing about Four Jeffrey is that they take reservations, while many other campgrounds in the area are first come, first serve. Not good if you are driving in from Southern Cal on Thursday or Friday night. Four Jeffrey is nice if you want to make reservations so you are sure that you will have a spot on the weekend. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A beautiful campground above Bishop. Some of the best sites (near the stream) go early with reservations. If you don't have reservations, try to get to the campground early to pick from the best of the rest. Some sites have no shade at all. Use bear lockers if tent camping! We saw two bears rummaging through the trash bins up the road! We camped here in a Tent.
This is a nice campground. Most of the campsites have no shade, only the ones next to the stream are shaded by aspen trees. There are wonderful views of the mountains that border the campground. Water faucets can be far away for some sites. There is a dump station. You can make reservations online. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.