For those keen to visit Lone Pine, do think about pre-booking a room as early as possible, as you won't find a huge range of accommodation choices close to the center of town.
Although Lone Pine can't lay claim to having an extensive array of hotels right near the heart of the downtown area, Trails Motel should be close enough to please most visitors.
The Winnedumah Hotel Bed and Breakfast is 16 miles from the heart of Lone Pine. Another option is the Trails Motel, which is 0.6 miles away.
If you have time left, you should explore the other scenic and cultural delights of the Central California region. Visit Central California's lighthouses. Outdoorsy types should also make the time to to admire the region's valleys and rolling hills. Common things to do in this particular part of United States of America include snowboarding and skiing.
Kernville is 60 miles to the south of Lone Pine and is where you'll find Kernville Chamber of Commerce and Kern Valley Golf Course. If you'd like to stay in Kernville, check out the The Kern Lodge and Sequoia Lodge. Alternatively, you could consider staying at Three Rivers, 50 miles to the west of Lone Pine, where you can pick from the The Log House Lodge and Sequoia Riverfront Cabins. The Three Rivers Golf Course and Foothills Visitor Center are a couple of the more popular attractions to check out while in Three Rivers.
Before you leave Central California, ensure you catch some local sport. Visit Tri County Fairgrounds to the north of Lone Pine. Stay near the action at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bishop or the Comfort Inn.
If you plan on flying into Lone Pine, Inyokern Airport is a logical option. It is 65 miles from downtown. Mayfair Passport Inn is nearby.