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Find the right spot to rest or possibly never leave

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June Lake is a dispersed camping area, learn what that means...

Big Rock Resort

Cabins with peaceful accommodations for individuals, couples, families or small get-togethers

Boulder Lodge

Deluxe motel rooms with one, two or three bedrooms and private balconies, most units have kitchens or mirco/fridge combo

Double Eagle Resort and Spa

Two bedroom cabins, luxury rooms, private decks, fully equipped kitchens, and whirlpool tubs. The resort has a full spa, fitness center and restaurant on site

Fern Creek Lodge

Private cabins with one to four rooms, full kitchens, fully stocked store, fish cleaning station, BBQ area, outdoor fireplace and an RV dump station all on site

Four Seasons

Private A Frame cabins, with a master bedroom, loft bedroom, full kitchen, living room and sun deck

Golden Pines RV Park

26 sites each with water, power, sewer hookups, as well as picnic tables and fire pits; Guest restrooms, showers, laundry and cleaning facilities on site; will accommodate up to 50 foot vehicles

Grant Lake Marina & RV Park

70 sites with shade trees, water, sewer, restrooms, shower facilities and no electricity; will accommodate up to 60 foot vehicles

Gull Lake Campground

11 sites, walk up reservations only, with fire rings, picnic tables, bear lockers and a flush toilet public restroom; will accommodate up to 30 foot vehicles

Gull Lake Lodge

One bedroom suites with full kitchens and private baths, two to four guests can stay comfortably in each unit

June Lake Accommodations

Vacation rental agency with homes, condos, A-Frames, and pet friendly locations along with local activity suggestions for all seasons

June Lake Campground

28 sites located in a mixed aspen and pine forest above the eastern shoreline of June lake; drinking water, flush toilets, bear lockers and walking distance to town, book online!

June Lake Motel

One bedroom and one bedroom suites with kitchens and full baths, affordable lodging located in the middle of June Lake Village

June Lake Pines

Private cabins for singles, couples or groups; full kitchens, living spaces, private patios and mountain views located in the heart of June Lake Village

June Lake RV Park

RV only park with ample sites, complete hook-ups; sewer, water, electric, cable TV, fishing cleaning station, laundry room and a house on site with some rooms available to rent

June Lake Villager

Standard rooms, kitchenettes, one and two bedroom suites and a large cabin with mountain views located in the heart of the June Lake Village

Knoll Haus

Charming one bedroom vacation rental in the heart of the June Lake Village

Lake Front Cabins

10 housekeeping units with a large beautiful shared patio area across the street from June Lake

Oh! Ridge Campground

141 sites equipped with drinking water, flush toilets, picnic tables, grills and bear lockers located on the edge of June Lake but not in the Village

Pine Cliff Resort

RV and tent sites with a general store, gas, propane, laundry, showers, fish cleaning station, fishing licences and on-site trailer rentals

Reverse Creek Lodge

15 housekeeping cabins and A-frames; one to four bedroom options full kitchens and bathrooms

Reversed Creek Campground

30 sites accommodating RVs and tents; up to a 30 foot vehicle, drinking water, flush toilets, and bear lockers

USEFUL TIPS

  • June Lake Loop has year round activities

  • The busiest tourism season is Summer (June/July/Aug)

  • The water is better up here, drink it from the tap

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TOWN INFORMATION

  • Elevation – 7,654 feet (2,333 meters)

  • Population – 629 (feels more like 400 year round)

  • Zip Code – 93529

PLAN AN EVENT

Interested in planning an event in June Lake. Click here for more information.

MOUNTAIN MANNERS

#1 – Pick up trash, even if it is not yours

#2 – Pick up your dog’s poop, it doesn’t magically disappear in the snow

#3 – Be friendly and patient, things move a bit slower up here

#4 – Don’t feed the wildlife

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