Mammoth Lakes Inn

Whatever time of the year it is, you’ll find a plethora of fun things to do in Mammoth Lakes. The resort town may be small – just over 7,000 year-round residents as of last count – but it offers majestic mountains, countless clear lakes and streams, and thousands of acres of untouched wilderness. It’s no wonder that almost every Mammoth Lakes inn or hotel is packed with guests in both the winter and summer seasons. Almost 3 million visitors drop by here every year: in fact, 1.3 million in the winter and 1.5 million in the summer.

The Mammoth Lakes Inn

Whether you’re looking for a Mammoth Mountain inn or a Mammoth Creek lodge, you’ll find that the Mammoth Creek Inn will fit the bill. If you’re here to enjoy Mammoth’s famous trails, or you’re stopping over on your way to or from the region’s other destinations such as the Tuolumne Meadows at the Yosemite National Park, there is no other Mammoth Lakes inn that offers the casual elegance, first-class features and warm, personal service that the Mammoth Creek Inn does.

Many of the Eastern Sierra’s attractions are easily accessible from this Mammoth Lakes inn. From here, for example, you can easily explore Mono Lake and the historical ghost town of Bodie, both of which lay no more than an hour and a half to the north. Moreover, with the addition of a spa and a gourmet restaurant planned for the future, the Mammoth Creek Inn will also soon be known as the Mammoth Lakes inn & spa.

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