Discover the Hidden Resort of June Lake, California.
The tranquility of this sheltered canyon setting is the perfect setting for a family vacation, vacation home and or permanent residence any time of the year. The June Lake Loop main road, Highway 158, winds past the canyon’s four road side lakes; June Lake, Gull Lake, Silver and Grant Lakes. Summer recreation is bustling in the June Lake area. From the craggy peaks of the High Sierra, across the alpine meadows to the austere high desert, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, road biking, mountain biking, sailing, kayaking, and sun bathing on one of the sandy beaches. Also, don’t forget that the mountains of the Eastern Sierra provide crystal clear lakes and streams, which abound with both wild and stocked trout, a fisherman’s paradise.
There's plenty of winter fun.
Winter snows in June Lake create the perfect blend of solitude, beauty and outdoor recreation. Excellent skiing and snow boarding at June Mountain, with 2,500 vertical feet of tree lined runs and a world-class terrain park. Enjoy snow mobiling, cross-country skiing, backcountry skiing, ice climbing, winter mountaineering, and ice-skating while taking in the incredible scenery all around you.
June Lake’s central location allows easy access to most all of the Eastern Sierra’s attractions including Bodie Ghost Town, Mono Lake Tufa Reserve and Visitor’s Center, Tuolumne Meadows & Tioga Pass in Yosemite National Park, town of Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain and Devil’s Postpile National Monument.