A bustling hub of activity, offering a mix of units, from studios to three bedrooms. It’s known for its convenience and lively atmosphere, making it a popular choice for those who want to be in the heart of the action.
Nestled steps from the Village Gondola, The Westin Monache offers condos and provides a unique blend of hotel amenities and the comforts of home. The Westin is a full-service complex located next to The Village, offering amenities like a pool, sauna, barbecue, fitness center and storage.
Part of the new Limelight Hotel Mammoth & Residences, The Limelight Residences offer 15 luxury residences within the 149-room hotel, they include design features more commonly found in single-family homes, along with Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele appliances, and resident-only elevator access. Homeowners are given exclusive access to a broad range of hotel amenities.
The neighborhood around Canyon Lodge in Mammoth has both condos and single family residences. Many properties are walking-distance to the slopes and The Village and a free shuttle runs year round between the lodge and The Village. Canyon Lodge operates a cafeteria and bar, ticket office, rental shop, and a ski and snowboard school. A bike path runs to the south of this neighborhood and it’s an easy downhill ride to the free summer bike shuttle up to the lodge.
This is the closest lodge to the southern base of Mammoth Mountain: an easy drive or shuttle ride. You’ll find condos and single family residences, some of which are considered ski-in/ski-out. Eagle Lodge is open only during the winter and features parking, ticket sales, equipment rentals, and dining facilities. There are several trails nearby for biking and walking.
The Bluffs is an exclusive subdivision that sits high on a hill above Mammoth and offers gorgeous views of Crowley Lake, the Sherwins, Mammoth Rock and Mammoth Mountain. This esteemed neighborhood of custom-built, single family homes – many on large lots – is known for its blend of views and privacy. Mammoth Village is just a 10-minute drive away.
Snowcreek is a phased group of condo developments located either along the Snowcreek Meadow or the Snowcreek Golf Course in Mammoth. Widely viewed as the gold standard in Mammoth, all of the Snowcreek phases are well managed and in desirable locations. The units that back up to the Snowcreek Meadow offer spectacular views of the Mammoth Mountain ski area and the meadow.
Located on the east end of Mammoth, The Trails is on the Town Bike Path and next to Mammoth’s world-class, 40,000-square-foot Volcom Brothers Skatepark. Comprising single-family homes, with plenty of scenic views, it’s known as a family neighborhood because of its location next to all of Mammoth’s local schools and Cerro Coso Community College.
This neighborhood of single-family homes is nestled close to The Village, as well as the tennis courts at the old Community Center. Many properties back up to Forest Service land; the Mammoth Knolls OHV Trail, which goes across the top of the Mammoth Knolls, offers a great overlook of Mammoth. The architectural style of these homes ranges from traditional to more modern designs.
Crowley Lake is a hidden gem just 15 miles (15-20 minutes) south of Mammoth. Known for its stunning views and proximity to its namesake, this community of approximately 1,000 people lies about 1,300 feet lower in elevation than Mammoth so it gets less snow and melts out earlier. Crowley Lake has a general store, a mini skateboard park and world-class trout fishing, along with access to kayaking, water skiing and paddle boarding.
Just 21 miles (25 minutes) north on Highway 395, June Lake is a small, close-knit community of about 400 people with its own family-friendly ski area. Close to Mammoth, the area (sometimes called “the Switzerland of California”) boasts four pristine lakes, stunning views, world class trout fishing and hiking – all in a laid back, peaceful setting that feels a world away from the hustle and bustle of civilization.