What’s the Number of Lodges at Mammoth?

Mammoth Mountain is home to three base lodges if you prefer convenient access to
trails and other popular locations throughout the resort. However, the resort does own more properties beyond its main lodges that are also worth considering as you make your travel arrangements. Below, the friendly folks at ASO Mammoth, your year-round one-stop shop for everything from fishing gear to mountain biking equipment and Mammoth snowboard rental, go over what’s available with Mammoth-area lodges.

The Main Lodge

The heart of Mammoth Mountain as far as lodges go, the Main Lodge is where you’re welcome to stay if you prefer convenient access to childcare, dining, shopping, and accommodations all in one spot. 

In the summer, the Main Lodge has an Adventure Center that’s accessible. It’s where your kids can enjoy an assortment of fun activities in a safe setting. There’s even a place nearby where you can keep an eye on your children while enjoying some adult beverages. In the winter, you can take skiing and snowboarding lessons here, too.

Canyon Lodge

This lodge is appealing if you prefer a throwback vibe, since its design is closest to what was common with mid-1800s lodges. In fact, the lodge purposely recreated several rooms from that era and embraces the retro look and feel. As is the case with the Main Lodge, you’ll have easy access to the entire mountain when staying here. Lodge-related amenities include:

• On-site ski and snowboarding lessons
• Expanded bar seating
• Easy access to the Village gondola
• Great on-site dining opportunities
• Close proximity to popular mountain biking trails in the spring, summer, and early fall

Canyon Lodge also hosts many events throughout the year, including the popular Night of Lights and the Pond Skim. As is the case with the other base lodges, there’s free shuttle service into town.

Eagle Lodge

This lodge is on the cozier side, but it’s still a welcome place to get settled as you enjoy all the best of what Mammoth Mountain has to offer. Eagle Lodge is also unique in that it caters to families with children. The rooms are charming, and the service here is first-rate and attentive as well.

Mammoth-Owned Properties

In addition to the base lodges, Mammoth offers access to an assortment of properties if you prefer a more luxurious stay during your visit here. The Mammoth Lodging Collection tends to be especially appealing if you’ll be coming here for an extended stay. Options with Mammoth-owned rental properties include:

• Luxury home rentals located throughout the Mammoth Lakes area
• Juniper Springs Resort
• Mammoth Mountain Inn—includes condos with kitchens
• Tamarack Lodge—includes historic rooms with amazing views and kitchens
• The Westin Monache Resort

The Village Lodge

Located right in the heart of Mammoth, The Village Lodge offers access to studio condos and deluxe three-bedroom suites with balconies and kitchens. What’s more, you’ll have direct access to The Village, Mammoth’s main hub for shopping, dining, and numerous on-site events, including popular festivals hosted by the resort.

No matter where you stay when you visit Mammoth Mountain, you’re sure to find plenty of fun, relaxing ways to enjoy your trip. Whether they need fishing gear, mountain biking equipment, or high-quality ski rentals, Mammoth visitors can find everything they need at ASO Mammoth. Drop by our store on your way to the mountain or give us a call at 760-965-3444.