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Mammoth Lakes Summer

Mammoth is a High Sierra paradise certainly known for it's skiing, but should not be overlooked as a top summer mountain destination. Offering up a slew of warm-weather activities, Mammoth Lakes camping is among the most popular, with good reason. Pitch a tent or pull up an RV alongside lakes or forested streams with more than 800 campsites across Mammoth Lakes.

Fishing is another main attraction, with all varieties and venues from the Mammoth Lakes Basin to Mammoth Creek, Convict Lake, Crowley Lake, Rock Creek Lake, San Joaquin River and June Lake Loop. Just as varied are the biking options, with terrain ranging from the Inyo National Forest trail network to road biking and more than 80 miles of groomed singletrack and lift access to Mammoth's summit at 11,053 feet.
8 Favorite Ski Town Oktoberfests

8 Favorite Ski Town Oktoberfests

Ski towns across the country are pulling out their Bavarian lederhosen and erecting their beer gardens (ahem, biergartens) this September in celebration of Oktoberfest. Full Article

 Mountain Town 4th: Where to Watch Fireworks - ©Park City Mountain Resort

Mountain Town 4th: Where to Watch Fireworks

The following roundup highlights some of the biggest and brightest 4th of July celebrations across the country.

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Ghosts & Gold at Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth relives their Old West gold mining days through haunting neighborhood ghost towns and historical mining structures. Take a trek to Bodie Ghost Town (http://www.bodie.com) - the largest unrestored ghost town in the West. Once a gold mining boomtown, Bodie today features weathered buildings...

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  • Snowcreek Golf Course

    (760-934-6633; http://www.snowcreekresort.com/golf), Mammoth, CA. This Ted Robinson-designed, par-35, nine-hole course offers unobstructed views of the Sherwin Range, Mammoth Meadow, Mammoth Mountain, and the White Mountains. It's open to the public, for all abilities. Guests booking with Snowcreek Resort Vacation Rentals will enjoy "Dollar-A-Hole" greens fees all season long. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Fishing In Mammoth Lakes

    Mammoth Lakes area, situated in a region of the east-central Sierra that embraces both the alpine and the high-desert zones, is surrounded by summertime diversions. River and lake fishing opportunities abound, and there are numerous businesses prepared to help you make that big catch. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Boating Aplenty At Mammoth Lakes

    Boating, sailing and fishing are popular on the six glacial tarns -Twin Lakes, Lake Mary, Lake Mamie, Lake George and Horseshoe Lake - that give the town of Mammoth Lakes its name. Because these lakes supply local drinking water, swimming is allowed only in Horseshoe Lake. (http://www.visitmammoth.com) Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Unwind With Spa Treatment In Mammoth

    There are times in your summer vacation when you just want to kick back and unwind. Here's an option to the many sports and activities available to you at this mountain resort. Double Eagle Resort and Spa (760-648-7004; http://www.doubleeagle.com) is a great way to unwind after a tough day doing whatever. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Ghosts & Gold at Mammoth Lakes

    Mammoth relives their Old West gold mining days through haunting neighborhood ghost towns and historical mining structures. Take a trek to Bodie Ghost Town (http://www.bodie.com) - the largest unrestored ghost town in the West. Once a gold mining boomtown, Bodie today features weathered buildings, a museum, and a visitor center. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Mammoth Is The Place For Fine Arts

    From the 36th Annual Mammoth Lakes Fine Arts Festival (Aug. 8 - 10) showcasing paintings, jewelry, ceramics, and more, to cowboy art at the Old West Days Arts and Craft Show (July 3 - 6), you can't say that Mammoth folk don't have taste. In mid-August survey fine arts and crafts as you wander Mammoth Creek Park, sampling local cuisine and California wines at Art a la Carte. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Rise Above It All In Mammoth

    The Mammoth Lakes area, situated in a region of the east-central Sierra that embraces both the alpine and the high-desert zones, is surrounded by summertime diversions that make the winter sports season seem positively stale and limited. Full Article

    1st May 2009

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