Hotels in Mammoth Lakes start at $75 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Mammoth Lakes, California, is an outdoor lover's dream vacation location. From the towering mountain peaks to the crystal-clear lakes, the natural wonders of the area are stunning. If you can't wait to strap on the skies or breathe in the crisp air, make a reservation at one of the Mammoth Lakes hotels today and escape to the mountains tomorrow.
Make your first stop at the Mammoth Lakes Visitor's Center off of Main Street in the Village. They provide excellent tips for traveling up Mammoth Mountain as well as provide road closure and weather information and local event schedules. It's a quick hop from there to the hotels in Mammoth Lakes, CA, to drop your bags and grab your hiking boots. During the warmer months, you can fish for rainbow trout or go swimming in Convict Lake, which sits beneath Mount Morrison. You can also hike the three-mile trail that surrounds the lake. If the weather permits, hike Devil's Postpile National Monument off of the Pacific Crest Trail to see the dramatic Rainbow Falls and the unusual basalt geologic formations. Mammoth Lakes hotel deals will make lodgings affordable enough for you to add extra days on the slopes. Take a gondola ride up Mammoth Mountain for breathtaking views of the Sierras. During colder months, Mammoth Mountain is the can't-miss spot for downhill skiing, snowboard, and snow tubing. There's even a nearby family-friendly snow park that is fun for all ages.
After a day on the slopes or at the lake, a night in the village is sure to tempt you. The wood-fired barbecue, steak, and local fish dishes are sure to hit the spot, as will the craft cocktail scene that has grown in the area.
If you have been dreaming of a mountain retreat, book one of Travelocity's Mammoth Lakes vacation packages today. You can get mobile exclusive deals on Mammoth Lakes flights and accommodations through the Travelocity app that will have you smiling all the way to the peak of Mammoth Mountain.