Mammoth Ranger District Information

P.O. Box 148
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Link to: District Recreation Page

View from the Duck Lake trailReds Meadow Road is closed in winter. In normal snow years you can expect the road to be open from July 4th through the end of October.

Reds Meadow Fee Area : Places to explore include Agnew Meadows, Devils Postpile, Reds Meadow and Rainbow Falls. During summer, fees are collected to support a shuttle bus system that transports visitors into Reds Meadow Valley.

Permits are required year round for all overnight wilderness travel, even in winter. Permits for trips starting May 1st through November 1st can be reserved on www.recreation.gov

Weather

Mammoth Lakes Weather    Mammoth Mountain Weather    Avalanche Advisory

Road Information

Yosemite Road Conditions 209.372.0200

Highway Conditions - California 800.427.7623

Highway Conditions - Nevada

Local Information

Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center

Campgrounds - Inyo National Forest  reservations are available at: Recreation.gov

Campground RV Parking

Reds Meadow Valley

History: The Consolidated Mine

Local trail conditions visit http://mammothtrails.org/

Mammoth Lakes Tourism on Facebook at:www.facebook.com/visitmammoth

Winter Sports

Mammoth Mountain

June Mountain

Wooly’s Adventure Summit Tube Park

Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center

Eastern Sierra Winter Recreation Map

Recreation Opportunity Guides

Hiking Trail Mileage & Elevations

Hiking Ansel Adams Wilderness

Hiking John Muir Wilderness

Hiking Mammoth Pass & Red Cones

Hiking Convict Lake Area

Hiking McGee Creek

Hiking Rock Creek

Hikng Mono Basin

Hiking Saddlebag Lake

Public Showers

Dispersed Camping



Highlights

  • Fee revenues make a diffrence
    Thank you. Your fees make a difference!

    National Forests in California are using recreation fee revenues to improve and enhance recreation opportunities. See how your fees have made a difference!



https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/inyo/recreation/?cid=stelprdb5403315