|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
****California’s Greatest Ski & Snowboarding Mountain****
Part of California’s majestic High Sierras, Mammoth Mountain often has the longest ski season in the U.S as well as some of the best terrain for skiing and snowboarding in the world. If a ski-in/ski-out vacation at Mammoth Mountain with accommodations at one of the best properties in the area sounds appealing, read on.
Condé Nast Traveler selected Juniper Springs Resort as one of the premier ski-in/ski-out resorts in the U.S.(with 150 runs), and our condo is a great option for a weekend or week long getaway. All the amenities you'd expect from a top-notch resort are here, including an heated swimming pool, three hot tubs, two BBQs, game room, business center, gym, and heated underground parking. All of this is just 150 ft from Eagle Lodge and Chair 15, where you can buy lift tickets, rent equipment and take lessons.
This unit is especially coveted because of it's location to the slopes and expansive mountain views. On the inside you will find the creature comforts of home including a gas fireplace, microwave oven, dishwasher, blender, high speed internet, flat screen TV, Direct TV, DVD, Blu-ray (Netflix, You Tube, etc.). Both rooms are appointed with king-size beds, and there's a sofa sleeper in the living room. Laundry facilities are only steps away.
Skiers and boarders will enjoy the free seasonal shuttle that runs every 30 minutes during ski season makes traveling into town, the Village, Main Lodge or Canyon Lodge an effortless affair.
If you're not into winter sports, there is still an abundance of outdoor activities (golfing, hiking, fishing, biking, horseback riding, cycling, kayaking, tubing, canoeing, hot air ballooning, etc.) and the town of Mammoth offers a nice medley of restaurants that run the gamut from casual fun to fine dining. Trendy boutiques and day spas can be found in the Village and on Main Street. Mammoth also has a growing arts and cultural scene with performing arts, live music, and arts & crafts festivals throughout the year.
And finally, there’s incredible nature to explore, such as Mammoth Hot Springs, Devils Post pile, Horseshoe Lake, Owens Valley River, San Joaquin River, Lake Crowley, Mt. Whitney, Yosemite, Mono Lake, Death Valley, ancient bristle pine cone forest, a western ghost town, fish hatchery and more!
We hope this brief description has piqued your interest and sense of adventure. Thank you for stopping by and we look forward to hearing from you and don't forget to ASK US ABOUT OUR MULTI-DAY SPECIALS. We are confident you will enjoy the accommodations as much as we do!
San Diego-based family has been coming to Mammoth for 2 decades and we love everything about this quaint Eastern Sierra community. We think you'll love our second home as much as we do!
Karen Mullen purchased this condo in 2004
Can't beat the location and all the amenities!
Ski-in/Ski-out (less than 200 step to the slopes). Easy access to Eagle Express which is as convenient as it gets. Valentine Reserve, Sierra Star Golf Course, hiking, fishing, and mountain biking, restauants and shopping are all nearby.
Great place to stay if you don't want to drive around, I'm in a wheelchair and I can move around the condo with no problems, I'll stay again!!
We really enjoyed our stay in Karen's place over Thanksgiving. She is very easy to get a hold of and gave us great instructions before we arrived. We were able to park 2 card underground, which was nice since it was snowing the day we left. The condo is excellent. There were 6 of us - so 2 in each bedroom then we used the pull out couch. The place stayed warm the entire time. The balcony was good size and had a view of the pool area. The fireplace worked really well. There were plenty of dishes, towels, blankets, etc. The lock box was convenient since we only had one key. We could just keep the key in there each time we went out. The store on the lower level was open every day, but a little pricey. The ski lift right by the condo wasn't open yet, but if it had it would have been super convenient - could have just walked there. Instead we drove to the main lodge which was only a short ways, but parking was full so we parked on the side of the road like most other people. The drive into the village was really short too. Overall we had a fantastic time and would definitely recommend Juniper Springs.
The oven door stuck a little bit but other than that the rooms were perfect. They were very clean and spacious. The kids loved the pool after our long hikes in Yosemite and the Inyo National forest. The town of Mammoth Lakes is quaint.
Juniper Springs is a well managed and friendly property.
My family has stayed at Karen's rental unit 2 straight summers now. These trips have been some of the best trips we have taken as a family. My younger children (7 and 5) love the pool and the view from the room. We, the parents, love the proximity to all the amazing High Sierra hikes. The unit has always been clean and extremely comfortable. When I needed to contact Karen about little items, she was always super prompt! We hope to stay here in the future!
You'll love the convenience of vacationing at our 'second home' because everything is nearby: Skiers and snowboarders can catch the lift at Eagle Lodge and Chair 15 (a two minute walk across the parking lot) and the town of Mammoth is only a 5 minute drive down the hill and offers many gastronomic pleasures from casual to fine dining for even the finickiest foodie. Ultra-hip boutiques and day spas can be found in the Village and on Main Street. And, for the outdoor enthusiasts there's golfing, hiking, fishing, biking, horseback riding, and more. Lift tickets and rentals are available at the front desk during ski season. Lessons can be purchased next door at Eagle Lodge or online. There is also a free seasonal shuttle that will take you into town or up to the mountain.
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
|Housekeeping||$125 + Tax|
Taxes (urgh!) I don't like them either, but I must collect them from guests who stay in my condo: 13% - Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) - is charged when someone is occupying a room for a period of 31 days or less.; 1% - Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID) - funds are used for marketing and sales promotion efforts for Mammoth Lakes tourism businesses. $25 per night, per person over 6.