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Family Fun & Snowplay

Show your family how much fun winter can be.

Family vacations in Mammoth Lakes are as much fun for parents as they are for kids. There are boundless recreational and educational opportunities that involve exploring the outdoors. 

Fun in the Snow

Kathyrn sleddingBundle up and make sure everybody's cozy warm and comfortable, that way your day of fun will be more enjoyable. Find a good hill, make sure it is not too steep for sledding and that there are no large rocks, tree roots or debris hidden under the snow. You can buy sleds at Do-it-Center, Rite Aid, Vons and a few sporting good stores in town. 

Some suggestions on where to go:
Rock Creek Road is approximately 15 minutes south of Mammoth Lakes and is plowed all the way to East Fork Snopark where there is a variety of areas where you can snow play and sled.
There is also a large hill approximately 15 minutes north of Mammoth Lakes on Hwy 395 on the southbound side where the divided highway ends, just before Deadman Summit and anywhere on the Scenic Loop Road as long as you are not parked on or sledding on the road. 

Snow angelsWhat would playing in the snow be without building a snowman? You'll need at least a few inches of snow on the ground and make sure you wear gloves or mittens. Then let your imagination take over. Snow angels are another classic pastime on snowy days. They are also really fun to create. Don't forget to take a picture! Another classic, a good old fashion snowball fight! There are so many fun things to do in the snow.


sledzTake the family out for sledding at Woolly's Adventure Summit, located on Minaret Road , on your way up to the Main Lodge Ski Area on the right side. There is tubing fun and a snowplay area. For more information on Woolly's Adventure Summit call 760-934-7533.
More fun in the snow:

Cross Country Skiing / Snowshoeing:
Inyo National Forest - 760-924-5500
Sierra Club-Range of Light - 760-934-1767
Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center 760-934-2442

Dog Sled Rides:
Mammoth Dog Teams 760-914-1019

Frosty's Miniature Golf 760-914-2104
Located on Old Mammoth Rd. next to the Sierra Nevada Lodge. Open year-round.

3 Kids SkiingScenic Gondola Rides/Top of the Sierra Interpretive Center:
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area 
800-626-6684 

Skiing / Snowboarding:
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area 
800-626-6684


Snowmobiling:
Bishop Motosports - 760-872-4717
DJ's Snowmobiles - 760-935-4480
Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures - 760-934-9645
Pick up a Winter Recreation Map at the Mammoth Lakes California Welcome Center at the entrance of town on Hwy. 203.

The Station at Sierra Meadows Ranch - 760-965-4272

Tube Park and Snow Play:
Woolly's Adventure Summit


When the weather outside is frightful, huddle up indoors!
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Indoors on a snowy day can be just as much fun as being outdoors. Have an indoor picnic.  Get creative and put down white blankets and eat only white food as if you were in the snow or build tents, roast marshmellows and make smores as if you were on a campout. Bake cookies, Yum and lots of fun! Make crafts or play board games. Make some popcorn, hot chocolate and watch movies. You can rent movies from The Java Joint 760-924-3629 or Vons 760-934-4536

More fun indoors:

Bowling Alley 
Mammoth Rock 'n' Bowl 760-934-4200

Crafts / Fun Activities:
Color Me Mine -760-934-8911
Snowcreek Athletic Club Children's Activity Programs 760-934-8511
Town of Mammoth Lakes Parks n Recreation  760-934-8989 ext. 222

Indoor Playground:
McDonald's Indoor Play Area 760-934-3357

Movies/Theater:
Minaret Cinemas-760-934-3131
Mammoth Lakes Library - 760-934-4777
Friday Family Night Movies, Saturday-Game Day and more.

Swimming:
Snowcreek Athletic Club -760-934-8511

Information subject to change.

 

 

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Bishop Motosports

Are you looking for the ultimate rental adventure for yourself, friends or family? Bishop Motosports – The first name in outdoor adventures offering ATV’s, side by sides, dirt bikes, kayaks,

Color Me Mine

  • 437 Old Mammoth Rd STE D
  • Minaret Village Mall
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Region: Village Area
  • Phone: (760) 934-8911
  • Fax: (760) 934-8911
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Specializing in painting and creating ceramic art and "the art of having fun". Come join the fun: Sunday is "Family Day", Tuesday is "2 for Tuesday", Wednesday is "Pajama Night", Thursday is "Ladies

Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra (DSES)

  • 1 Minaret Road
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Region: Main Lodge Area
  • Phone: (760) 934-0791
  • Fax: (760) 934-0729
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Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra is a non-profit organization that offers year round activities to people of all ages and disabilities.  No one should be left behind simply because of a disability. We

DJ's Snowmobile Adventures

  • 29500 US Hwy. 395
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Region: Other
  • Phone: (760) 935-4480
  • Toll-Free: (800) 709-4501
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Great powder riding is available at Smokey Bear Flat on Hwy 395, just 3 miles north of Mammoth Lakes. Four spectacular backcountry trails depart this 500-acre snowmobile park. Affordable Family Fun!

Frosty's Miniature Golf

  • 164 Old Mammoth Rd
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Region: Town Area
  • Phone: (760) 934-2515
  • Toll-Free: (800) 824-5132
  • Fax: (760) 934-1647
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Frosty’s is a outdoor mini-golf course, open year round.

June Mountain Ski Area

  • 1 Boulder Drive
  • June Lake, CA 93529
  • Region: Other
  • Phone: (760) 648-7733
  • Toll-Free: (888) 586-3686
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June Mountain has the stuff that winter dreams are made of: terrain, atmosphere, incredible views and great value. Discover the Sierra's best kept snow secret: uncrowded trails and an ideal playground

Mammoth Dog Teams

  • Smokey Bear Flat / Hwy 395
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Region: Other
  • Phone: (760) 934-6270
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Mammoth Dog Teams provide authentic dogsled rides for families and people of all ages.   Mammoth Dog Teams trains Malamutes, Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Huskies. You'll learn their names and

Mammoth Ice Rink

  • Sierra Park Road
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Region: Town Area
  • Phone: (760) 934-2505
  • Toll-Free: (666) ext-1222
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Come enjoy traditional family fun and gorgeous mountain scenery at the Mammoth Lakes outdoor ice rink. Located behind the Mammoth Lakes public library and nestled against a beautiful alpine meadow,

Mammoth Lakes Parks and Recreation

  • 437 Old Mammoth Road
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Region: Town Area
  • Phone: (760) 934-8989 x222
  • Fax: (760) 934-7066
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The Town of Mammoth Lakes Recreation Department is proud to offer programs, events and activities for kids of all ages. Whether you’re looking for family fun at our many parks, challenging your

Mammoth Library

  • 400 Sierra Park Rd.
  • Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
  • Phone: (760) 934-8670
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Friday Family Night Movies, Saturday-Game Day and more.

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