Lake Sabrina is a lake created by damming the middle fork of Bishop Creek. The dam was built in 1907-8 to supply a constant flow of water to to hydraulic power plants. It is a popular recreational area with a small cafe and dock but on the day we visited there were almost no people and a lot of snow. The cafe was open but not for much more than a cup of hot chocolate. The roads were plowed and clear so as we headed back down towards Bishop we decided to visit South Lake, a short side trip. South Lake is 170 acres of 'fishing paradise' at over 9,700 feet in elevation. No surprise that it was still covered in ice and snow! Both lakes warrant a return trip later this month and again in the fall when we return to the area.