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Surrounded by the Inyo National Forest, Mammoth Lakes is one of the most visited destinations in Mono County, CA. Both Mammoth Mountain and Mount Morrison are within a short driving distance from Mammoth Lakes. Mammoth Lakes features a series of seven lakes including Twin Lakes, 140-acre Lake Mary, Lake Mamie, 53-acre Horseshoe Lake, and 38-acre Lake George. There are a dozen smaller lakes that also surround the town of Mammoth Lakes.
Located in Eastern Sierra and close to both Bishop and June Lake, Mammoth Lakes features alpine lakes, pine meadows, rivers, streams, waterfalls, and craters. This region receives over 300 days of sunshine. While Mammoth Lakes is best known as the skiing capital, there are several activities offered here. In winter sledding, tubing, snowshoeing and ice skating are popular. Book an RV in Mono County, CA in the summer and enjoy swimming, hiking, and biking.
There are tons of fun things to do in Mammoth Lakes no matter the season you rent a motorhome. Set high above Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area offers one of the longest skiing seasons in the United States. This resort offers skiing rentals as well as skiing and snowboarding lessons, so don't forget to pack the sunscreen and plenty of drinking water in your motorhome rental for this activity. June Lake’s Ski Area about half an hour drive away is another favorite skiing destination.
The Mammoth Lakes Trail System features over 300 miles of trails. The terrain is mountainous and rugged; Thus, hikers are advised to wear comfortable hiking shoes. These trails reward hikers with great views of mountains, lakes, and pine forest. Crystal Lake Trailhead is one of the best hiking trails. Hikers following this path are treated to great views of Lake George and Sherwin Mountain Range. For avid photographers, the hike to the Twin Falls Overlook has picturesque scenery, including waterfalls and Twin Lakes below. Depending on your interest, different trails connect to different attractions such as Lake Arrowhead, the Devils Postpile Monument, John Muir Wilderness, and Thousand Islands Lake. Other popular trails include John Muir and Pacific Crest Trails.
Fishing is a popular activity during the summer. Anglers can fish from nearby trout-filled streams, rivers, lakes, and creeks. Fishing can be done from the shores, boat or from a dock. All the lakes in the town of Mammoth Lakes host a large variety of fish, including rainbow, brown and brook trout. Since you love fishing, consider renting a motorhome near Bishop in late April to mid-November which is the peak fishing season in Mammoth Lakes. Besides the lakes, other fishing hot spots at Mammoth Lakes include Reds Meadow, Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River and Mammoth Creek.
If you want to stay inside the town, Mammoth Mountain RV Park is located near the entrance of Mammoth Lakes. This full hookup RV park offers amenities such as indoor heated pool, laundry facilities, clubhouse, cable TV, and a dump station.
Should it be a campground with lots of outdoor recreation you are seeking, try Twin Lakes Campground. This lakeside campground offers 93 campsites which can accommodate trailers of up to 40 feet. Amenities include hot showers, picnic tables, and fire rings.
Another recommended place to stay with your trailer rental in Mammoth Lakes is Cold Water Campground about a five-minute drive away. Amenities include water spigots, flush toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings.
There are many fascinating attractions in and around Mammoth Lakes. Devils Postpile National Monument is a famous attraction in Mammoth Lakes. Leave your travel trailer rental in Mammoth Lakes and take a shuttle to this interesting natural wonder. This monument features a unique geologic formation and diverse fauna. This is a home to deer, coyotes and black bears. A short hike down the Devils Postpile Monument leads to the Rainbow Falls. This 100 feet waterfall mist creates a rainbow hence the name.
Yosemite National Park is just 45 minutes' drive from Mammoth Lakes. This lush and lovely national park features domes, ancient forests, waterfalls, valleys, meadows, and lakes. For hikers, there are miles of hiking trails. Other activities include trout fishing and birding.
Visit Mammoth Museum at the Hayden, situated on the banks of Mammoth Creek when you are seeking an indoor experience. Items on display include local area memorabilia, mining exhibits, artifacts, and photographs. For families with children, nearby Mammoth Creek Park offers play structures for kids.
No RV camping trip at Mammoth Lakes is complete without making a stop at Earthquake Fault. Measuring 10 feet wide 60 feet deep, this huge fissure cuts through the volcanic rocks.