At 4000’ elevation, Bishop is nestled between two beautiful mountain ranges midway between Los Angeles, California and Reno, Nevada on U.S. Highway 395. Bishop is the center for recreational activity in the Eastern Sierra. In addition to the packing activities specific to the region, there are activities such as fishing, hiking, hunting, and fantastic sight-seeing of fall colors, mountains, creeks, and high desert. World class skiing is also available on nearby Mammoth Mountain in Mammoth Lakes, California.
When is it?
Mule Days is a six-day event that takes place each year Tuesday to Sunday the week before Memorial Day. Mule Days is held on the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop, California. Our 14-show event begins with preliminaries on Tuesday through Thursday and features event finals, comic events and packing events Friday through Sunday.
Grandparents with grandkids in tow, families enjoying a family outing, empty nesters out for a week of fun, and rodeo fans of all ages are typical of the Mule Days crowd. Many of our attendees take advantage of one of the available 800 RV spaces on and near the fairgrounds. This event becomes an annual reunion trip for lots of our fans.
How Many Come?
The City of Bishop states in excess of 30,000 visitors and competitors attend this event.
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