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For your next vacation, visit Mammoth Lakes. Mammoth Lakes is an adventure-packed resort destination located at Mono County in the Inyo National Forest . Residents of Mammoth Lakes enjoy a mixture of quite laidback surroundings of the Eastern Sierra and a fast-paced urban lifestyle. Visitors will find Mammoth Lakes’ vacation rental options aplenty and some of them are located in the areas’ exciting spots.

Mammoth Lakes is popular for nature-lovers because the area is completely surrounded by lush and verdant forests. The Yosemite National Park is probably the most popular area to visit in Mammoth Lakes . But skiers will also be glad to know that Mammoth Lakes is home to one of the western United States ’ best ski resorts, the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area. Vacationers will find an assortment of Mammoth Lakes vacation rentals, lodgings and hotels mostly cabin-style with rustic designs.

Popular Attractions in Mammoth Lakes:

  • Vacationers going at Mammoth Lakes should check the magnificent Devils Postpile. This stunning, hundred-thousand-year-old natural spot is a group of basalt columns with six sides. Nearby the Devils Postpile is the equally picturesque and imposing Rainbow Falls .
  • Ski enthusiasts may enjoy the wonderful services of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, which is only at about 20 minutes from town. Visitors of the area will enjoy fun-filled gondola rides at the Adventure Center located at the foot of the mountain.
  • If you’re looking for hot springs, drop by the Hot Creek Geologic Site. This tourist spot features a spectacle of geothermal energy in fumaroles and hot springs . But before hitting the springs, why not take a gander at the Hot Creek Fish Hatchery available from mornings to afternoons.

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