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.
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