Mammoth Lakes is located off Highway 395 between June Lake and Bishop. Mammoth is an outdoor enthusiast's dream come true. Far from being a small town, activities at Mammoth include horseback riding, golfing, fishing, camping, off-roading, hiking, backpacking, boating, skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and mountain biking. The focal point is Mammoth Mountain Resort which offers downhill skiing in winter and downhill mountain biking in summer. Mammoth also features several lakes that are teaming with rainbow trout. Boat rentals are available at several of the lakes. Campgrounds are situated along side lakes and the surrounding Mammoth region. You'll find the ball will fly farther at one of Mammoth's high-altitude golf courses. Backcountry hikes head to beautiful and unique places like Rainbow Falls and Devils Postpile. Mammoth Mountain is actually an active volcano and evidence of this is found all over the region with sites like Obsidian Dome, Inyo Craters and Hot Creek hot springs. Nearby points of interest include the Hot Creek Fish Hatchery, Convict Lake, Bodie Ghost Town, June Lake Loop, Mono Lake and Yosemite National Park. The town of Mammoth Lakes is a large mix of restaurants, condos, cabins, resorts and hotels that support the hoards of skiers that descend on Mammoth Mountain during the winter. Summer offers a bit more elbow room with plenty of sites to discover and explore. There is so much to see and do in Mammoth that we've dedicated an entire page to Mammoth Lakes.