Bishop Creek, California is in the Owens Valley, close to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and not too far from the Nevada state line. It is situated on the U.S. Route 395, which is the main artery that connects Reno, Nevada to the Inland Empire. The same route connects Bishop Creek to Los Angeles, only not directly, but through the state Route 14. One has to drive through Palmdale to get there. Also, the U.S. Route 6 passes through Bishop Creek, which is its West end. While it is not complicated to get to Bishop Creek, California, if you do not have a GPS, you might want to roll your eyes over the maps on the internet before you go there, or you could just remember the above information and rely on the road signs. If you are driving from Los Angeles, it’s going to take you about four hours to get to Bishop Creek.