Explore the gem of the Eastern Sierra and see what's waiting for you.


The main draw to Mammoth Lakes is the proximity to the world-class skiing of Mammoth Mountain and the beautiful Mammoth Lakes Basin. There are many advantages to living in Mammoth, one being, everything is just a 5-minute drive away and if you don’t want to drive there are shuttle stops all over town to take you. Depending on what your intention is, there are a variety of neighborhoods in Mammoth each offering something unique.


  • Hiking

    My all-time favorite hiking trails in Mammoth are The High Trail to Thousand Island Lake and out through Shadow Lake, Minaret Lake out and back, Duck Pass to Deer Lakes Loop.

  • Fishing

    Rent a boat on Lake Mary or float tube out on Mamie or Twin Lakes up in the Lakes Basin. Fly fisher people catch and release on Hot Creek or the Upper Owens River.

  • Biking

    Road bike up to Horseshoe Lake via the paved bike paths or just tour the town. Start at Mammoth Creek Park and you can’t go wrong. Mammoth Mountain has world class lift serve riding or cross-country trails. Start at Main Lodge or The Village to get a ticket.

  • Resorts

    Nordic and back country ski or fish right out your back door up in the Lakes Basin at Tamarack Lodge & Cabins. Then finish off the day with an amazing dinner in the historic lodge building. For a similar experience just 15 minutes from town, check out Convict Lake Resort. Both are year round resorts and are highly recommended.

  • Camping

    Shady Rest and the Lakes Basin are the best places to camp. Check out Twin Lakes, Lake Mary or Coldwater which is my favorite.

  • Site Seeing

    Take the shuttle from Main Lodge down to Devil’s Postpile National Monument. Hike to the the Postpile and/or Rainbow Falls. Ride the gondola up to the Top Of The World. Nordic ski at Tamarack for a peaceful day of joy.

Mammoth Lakes Condos