2 BR / 3 BA / Sleeps 10 2 10 Min stay variesCondo / 2 Bedrooms / Sleeps 10
4 BR / 2.5 BA / Sleeps 8 4 8 Min stay variesCondo / 4 Bedrooms / Sleeps 8
1 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 5 1 5 Min stay variesCondo / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 5
2 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 6 2 6 Min stay variesCondo / 2 Bedrooms / Sleeps 6
Studio / 2 BA / Sleeps 6 0 6 Min stay variesCondo / Studio / Sleeps 6
1 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 5 1 5 Min stay variesCondo / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 5
About Mammoth Lakes
Mammoth Lakes, California is the perfect vacation destination for families who enjoy the great outdoors. With plenty of activities for both the summer and winter seasons, there’s never a shortage of fun or adventure for family members of all ages. Mammoth Lakes vacation rentals are a great place to spend your downtime in the evening, and they provide your family with a sense of comfort and privacy that is rare to find on vacation.
When staying in the area, it’s important to not only find the right Mammoth Lakes cabin to rent, but also to prepare in terms of the weather. During the winter, Mammoth Lakes receives some of the heaviest snowfall in the state of California – which is ideal for ski and snowboard enthusiasts – while summer weather temperatures are generally in the 70s and 80s. Be prepared for these conditions in terms of what clothes to pack and necessary supplies you’ll need. Visitors should plan ahead for their family trip and consider the seasonal activities available before making travel and rental plans.
Things to do
Anyone staying in Mammoth Lakes cabin rentals will find no shortage of attractions and things to do here. One of the most well-known attractions is Mammoth Mountain, which provides endless opportunities for fun during any season. Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is one of the largest ski resorts in the country, and it is located some five miles for the heart of town. It is a very popular California winter destination for skiing, snowboarding, and all types of snow and winter play. Other family-friendly winter activities include visiting Woolly’s Tube Park for snow tubing and hot cocoa or skating at the Mammoth Ice Rink.
If you’re in town when there’s no snow on the ground, rent bikes and take advantage of Mammoth Mountain Bike Park. There are a number of trails that vary in length and difficulty, but all offer a great way to explore the mountain. You’ll also have access to over 2 million acres of Inyo National Forest awaiting your exploration when you stay in Mammoth Lakes vacation rentals. There are over 70 trails that are groomed for hikers of various fitness and skill levels there. Another awesome attractions is Devils Postpile Monument, a visually unique and stunning attraction that is 800-acres of awe-inspiring landscape. You can also take the family on a scenic gondola ride to enjoy majestic views of the Sierras, or spend a fun day at Hot Creek Fish Hatchery tours. During the summer only, plan to visit the Hayden Cabin, a historic log cabin in the area.
Events in Mammoth Lakes are varied, occur throughout the year, and are a great source of enjoyment for visitors. They range from music to food, and sporting festivals. During the spring, check out the Mammoth Invitational, which offers a weekend of friendly competition. During the summer, you’ll dance and enjoy listening at The Mammoth Lakes Jazz Jubilee (July). In August, you may be interested in taking part in the Mammoth Lakes Fine Arts and Crafts Festival, or enjoying the Labor Day Festival of the Arts & Music later in the month.
Surround yourself with natural beauty when you stay in Mammoth Lakes. Whether you’re staying in Mammoth Lakes vacation rentals during the summer or winter, you’ll never run out of things to do in this California resort town.