Summer Delights in Mammoth Lakes: Festivals, Adventures, and Real Estate Updates

Summer Delights in Mammoth Lakes

Embracing the Enchanting Summertime in Mammoth Lakes

I know I keep saying this, but summer really is my favorite time of year in Mammoth Lakes and the Eastern Sierra. This summer feels more special. I think that is because it feels like we fought for it. This past winter, the biggest on record, felt like it would never end… and it still hasn’t, at least on Mammoth Mountain. But there is always a bright side, and right now, the bright side is all the green lushness, all the wildflowers, the lakes that are overflowing with fish and water, and our blue skies. For me, this is as close to heaven as you can get on Earth.

Exploring the Vibrant Summer Scene: Events and Activities

In addition to the glorious conditions, there are so many things to do here. Between the organized events and the things you can dream up, the days just aren’t long enough. Not that you need any help, but here are some suggestions…


Highlighting Not-to-Miss Events: Blues, Margaritas, and Wine!

Here is my blog post from last week about the Lakes Basin. Ride up on an E-Bike from town or grab the free shuttle.

Bluesapalooza – Mammoth Festival of Beers and Blues. Aug 3rd-6th. 80+ craft breweries and four days of some insane Blues. Outside, among the pines. Mammoth’s biggest event of the year. It is legendary with breweries and Blues musicians coming from all over the country. Don’t miss it… it does sell out.

Mammoth Margarita Festival – Aug 11-12. 5:00-10:00 PM. In The Village. 11th annual! Music. Mezcal and Tequila tastings.

Mammoth Wine Weekend – Aug 18-19. 2:00-11:00 PM. Tastings, dinners, and events throughout the weekend. Check out the wineries that will be here.


Indulging in Cultural Delights: Mammoth Shakespeare Festival

It isn’t all about libations! We also have some tragedy…

Mammoth Shakespeare Festival – Aug 17th-Sept 3rd. 7:00-9:30 PM. Mammoth’s take on HAMLET. Amongst the pines. Bring a chair, a blanket, and a picnic.


The Mammoth Real Estate Scene: Inventory Updates

Real estate inventory continues to grow. Currently on the market in…


  • Houses – 24
  • Condos – 48



  • Houses – 8
  • Condos – 2




  • Houses – 3
  • Condos – 2


This is so much better than it has been but still nowhere near where it should be. Of the new listings, here are my favorites…


277 Hillside Dr is a 4+3.5 house within a block of The Village. The Village has shops, restaurants, and The Village Gondola up to Canyon Lodge. 4500+ sqft of immaculately maintained custom, energy-efficient smart home. Contact me for Features List, floor plan, renovation timeline, and the average annual utility costs. Two-car garage. $3,299,000

313 Grindelwald is a 2+den+2 baths with two-car garage. In the very popular Mammoth Knolls neighborhood. Adjacent to Forest Service land and near The Village. One of only three houses listed below $1M in Mammoth. $925,000

Three cabins came on the market in the last week in June. Great location, among the pines with water running by. But they are being sold AS-IS and need work. As with most houses, they can only be rented for terms longer than 30 days. One is already in escrow the other two are listed for $370,000 for the 2+1 and $649,000 for the 2+2 that has had some remodeling work done on it. 


525 Golden Creek is a 4+3 with a two-car garage. This unit is half of a duplex in Snowcreek lV. On the Snowcreek Meadow with streams and ponds outside your door. Immaculately maintained with many upgrades. HOAs $778 monthly. $1,895,000

1191 Pyramid Peak is a rare 2+2.5 on the Snowcreek Golf Course. 1800+ sqft of living space. With views. One-car garage. HOAs $950 monthly. $1,139,000

Snowcreek 248 is a 1+loft with 1 bath in Snowcreek ll. Near the Snowcreek Meadow. Tons of storage. Other owners of similar units have added a bath and kids playroom in the loft. Ask me for more details and examples. HOAs $464 monthly. $639,000

Please let me know if you have any questions or if you would like to go and see any properties.

A Slice of Heaven: Photos from Mammoth Lakes

Below are some photos. Yesterday we went to Convict Lake Resort for dinner and arrived early, so we went and walked some of the lake. Then Lake Mary, flowers, and past Bluesapaloozas. Hoping to entice you to come and share our slice of heaven. Have a wonderful weekend.

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