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Apartment for 4 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace as well as pool
1 bedrooms, 4 pers.
4.3
7 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$118per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace as well as balcony
4.6
9 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$171per night
Vacation house for 7 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and balcony
3.2
5 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$251per night
Apartment for 11 people in Mammoth Lakes
4 bedrooms, 11 pers.
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$601per night
Apartment for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and sauna as well as garden
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.9
20 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$233per night
Apartment for 3 people in Mammoth Lakes
4.3
277 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$200per night
Apartment for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and pool as well as balcony
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.6
10 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$149per night
Apartment for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$219per night
Apartment for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and pool as well as sauna
4.3
16 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$186per night
Large vacation house for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and garden
3 bedrooms, 6 pers.
5.0
18 reviews
Old Mammoth, Mammoth Lakes
$435per night
Large vacation house for 10 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace as well as pool and sauna
4 bedrooms, 10 pers.
4.4
19 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$285per night
Large vacation house for 10 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and balcony
5.0
4 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$644per night
Large vacation house for 10 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace as well as balcony
3 bedrooms, 10 pers.
4.9
20 reviews
Old Mammoth, Mammoth Lakes
$416per night
Large vacation house for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and sauna, with pets
4.5
23 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$248per night
Apartment for 4 people in Mammoth Lakes
1 bedrooms, 4 pers.
2.5
4 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$106per night
Lodge for 1 people in Mammoth Lakes
4.2
584 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$159per night
Apartment for 6 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and pool as well as balcony
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
5.0
20 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$302per night
Large vacation house for 10 people in Mammoth Lakes, with jacuzzi and pool as well as sauna and garden
5.0
20 reviews
Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain
$473per night
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Highlights in Mammoth Lakes

  • Hiking to sights like the Devils Postpile
  • Stunning cascades like Rainbow Falls
  • Ski resorts like Mammoth Mountain
  • Summer music festivals like Bluesapalooza
  • Historical exhibits at the Mammoth Museum
  • Proximity to Yosemite National Park

Most popular in Mammoth Lakes

Pool 813
Internet 1,195
Balcony/Terrace 946
TV 1,163
Parking 1,141
Washing machine 949
Sauna 572
Jacuzzi 1,058
Heating 922

Vacation Rentals in Mammoth Lakes

Rent a Spacious Cabin in Mammoth Lakes

California's Mammoth Lake is probably the Sierra Nevada's leading vacation destination, and the area offers a wide range of vacation rental options. For example, there are rustic cabins in out-of-town locations featuring attractive timber designs, extensive yards, open fireplaces, and comfortable lounges.

Stay Closer to the Action in a Vacation Apartment

Another option is to choose vacation apartments that are more compact and central. Some form part of larger cabin properties, while others are in condos in the town of Mammoth Lakes. Almost all of them have balconies and views across the lake, and have great access to the ski slopes as well.

Holiday in Mammoth Lakes, CA

Orientation

How to Find Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Lakes is in central California, around 300 miles north of Los Angeles. Mammoth-Yosemite Airport caters for tourist routes, and connecting flights are available from Los Angeles and San Francisco. Alternatively, you can follow Route 395 north from LA, or drive the seasonal road east from the coast.

Getting Around the Mammoth Lakes Region

With Yosemite not too far away, it helps to have your own set of wheels when visiting Mammoth Lakes. You'll find a number of rental outlets in the town itself. However, there's also the Inyo Mono Transit system, which connects a number of tourist sites.

Holiday in Mammoth Lakes, CA

Orientation

How to Find Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Lakes is in central California, around 300 miles north of Los Angeles. Mammoth-Yosemite Airport caters for tourist routes, and connecting flights are available from Los Angeles and San Francisco. Alternatively, you can follow Route 395 north from LA, or drive the seasonal road east from the coast.

Getting Around the Mammoth Lakes Region

With Yosemite not too far away, it helps to have your own set of wheels when visiting Mammoth Lakes. You'll find a number of rental outlets in the town itself. However, there's also the Inyo Mono Transit system, which connects a number of tourist sites.

Activities in Mammoth Lakes, CA

Summer or Winter, Mammoth Lakes is a Fabulous California Destination

Located in California's Sierra Nevada mountains, Mammoth Lakes offers something for all outdoor enthusiasts. It's a leading ski resort, a place to hike, and a sightseer's dream, while there are cultural events in the nearby area throughout the year.

A Fantastic Skiing Destination

When winter arrives, Mammoth Lakes is one of America's leading ski resorts. Boasting more than 3,500 acres of slopes to follow, an elevation of 3,300 meters, and 28 lifts, it's both accessible and impressively set up for different abilities.

An Excellent Hiking Destination

Out of ski season, the Inyo National Forest is a hiker's paradise. You can easily reach highlights like Rainbow Falls or the basalt columns of the Devil's Postpile - the resort's most iconic sight.

A Great Place for Golfers

If you don't fancy hitting the trails, why not hit the links? Mammoth Lakes has a thriving summer golf scene, with leading courses like Snowcreek and Sierra Star offering amazing mountain views.

Activities in Mammoth Lakes, CA

Summer or Winter, Mammoth Lakes is a Fabulous California Destination

Located in California's Sierra Nevada mountains, Mammoth Lakes offers something for all outdoor enthusiasts. It's a leading ski resort, a place to hike, and a sightseer's dream, while there are cultural events in the nearby area throughout the year.

A Fantastic Skiing Destination

When winter arrives, Mammoth Lakes is one of America's leading ski resorts. Boasting more than 3,500 acres of slopes to follow, an elevation of 3,300 meters, and 28 lifts, it's both accessible and impressively set up for different abilities.

An Excellent Hiking Destination

Out of ski season, the Inyo National Forest is a hiker's paradise. You can easily reach highlights like Rainbow Falls or the basalt columns of the Devil's Postpile - the resort's most iconic sight.

A Great Place for Golfers

If you don't fancy hitting the trails, why not hit the links? Mammoth Lakes has a thriving summer golf scene, with leading courses like Snowcreek and Sierra Star offering amazing mountain views.

Although you might think the name of the resort derives from a woolly mammoth found in the area, it actually comes from the Mammoth Mining Company, who bought the first claims in the region in the 1870s.
Although you might think the name of the resort derives from a woolly mammoth found in the area, it actually comes from the Mammoth Mining Company, who bought the first claims in the region in the 1870s.

Top 5 Things to Do in Mammoth Lakes

1. Visit the Devils Postpile

So-called because it looks like a row of massive fence posts, this National Monument is made out of volcanic basalt, formed by eruptions millions of years ago. It's a breathtaking sight.

2. See Rainbow Falls

Right next door to the Devils Postpile, Rainbow Falls are no less stunning. Part of the San Joaquin River, the falls plunge for 31 meters, creatinge a rainbow-lake effect on certain days.

3. Ski at Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth Lakes is full of places to hit the slopes, but Mammoth Mountain is recognized as the best of all. Suitable for skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobile riding, it receives plenty of snow and dependable sunshine.

4. Visit the Mammoth Museum at Hayden's Cabin

Hayden's Cabin was built in the 1920s, and is now a showcase for the area's history and scenery. Find out about gold mining, ecology, and catch regular music performances.

5. Make a Trip to Yosemite

Not far to the north, Yosemite is famed for its massive sequoia trees, dramatic granite cliffs, the 2,400 foot high Yosemite Falls, and majestic peaks like Half Dome - as well as being the home of Yogi Bear.

Top 5 Things to Do in Mammoth Lakes

1. Visit the Devils Postpile

So-called because it looks like a row of massive fence posts, this National Monument is made out of volcanic basalt, formed by eruptions millions of years ago. It's a breathtaking sight.

2. See Rainbow Falls

Right next door to the Devils Postpile, Rainbow Falls are no less stunning. Part of the San Joaquin River, the falls plunge for 31 meters, creatinge a rainbow-lake effect on certain days.

3. Ski at Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth Lakes is full of places to hit the slopes, but Mammoth Mountain is recognized as the best of all. Suitable for skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobile riding, it receives plenty of snow and dependable sunshine.

4. Visit the Mammoth Museum at Hayden's Cabin

Hayden's Cabin was built in the 1920s, and is now a showcase for the area's history and scenery. Find out about gold mining, ecology, and catch regular music performances.

5. Make a Trip to Yosemite

Not far to the north, Yosemite is famed for its massive sequoia trees, dramatic granite cliffs, the 2,400 foot high Yosemite Falls, and majestic peaks like Half Dome - as well as being the home of Yogi Bear.

Useful Information

Choose the Right Season For Your Favorite Activity

Mammoth Lakes is high up in the Sierra Nevada mountains, so the climate up there is very different to coastal California. As a rule, ski season tends to stretch from late November through to May. The summer season takes over in June and you'll find good hiking or golfing conditions into October.

Bear in Mind Seasonal Closures

The changing seasons in Mammoth Lakes mean that some activities and attractions aren't always going to be accessible. For example, the Scenic Gondola which scales Mammoth Mountain shuts down for the winter. Seasonal closures are worth bearing in mind if you're traveling as a family.

Catch Mammoth Lakes' Cultural Highlights

Mammoth Lakes isn't just an outdoor destination, and events take place all the time. There's a Film Festival in late May, a Festival of the Arts and Music around Labor Day weekend, and the Bluesapalooza Music Festival in August.

Useful Information

Choose the Right Season For Your Favorite Activity

Mammoth Lakes is high up in the Sierra Nevada mountains, so the climate up there is very different to coastal California. As a rule, ski season tends to stretch from late November through to May. The summer season takes over in June and you'll find good hiking or golfing conditions into October.

Bear in Mind Seasonal Closures

The changing seasons in Mammoth Lakes mean that some activities and attractions aren't always going to be accessible. For example, the Scenic Gondola which scales Mammoth Mountain shuts down for the winter. Seasonal closures are worth bearing in mind if you're traveling as a family.

Catch Mammoth Lakes' Cultural Highlights

Mammoth Lakes isn't just an outdoor destination, and events take place all the time. There's a Film Festival in late May, a Festival of the Arts and Music around Labor Day weekend, and the Bluesapalooza Music Festival in August.