June Lake

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Highway 395, 20.9 miles north of Mammoth Lakes and 16.3 miles south of  Lee Vining

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Services and Accommodations

Restaurants and Eateries:

Public Internet Use Facilities:

Museums and Point of Interest:

Events and Festivities: April 26: Opening Day for the General Trout Season; August 31: Million Dollar Troutstock fishing derby; November 15: General Trout Season Closes

Summer Recreation: Biking, Birding, Camping, Fishing, Golfing, Hang Gliding, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountaineering, Photography, Rock Climbing

Winter Recreation: Skiing   

Sporting Goods Stores: Ernie’s (760) 648-7756

Fly Shops:

Nearby Fishing: Home: June Lake: Fishing    Fishing Tips (Deadman Creek, Glass Creek, Grant Lake, June Lake, Owens River, Parker Lake, Reversed Creek, Rush Creek, Silver Creek)

Nearby Camping: Home: June Lake: Camping (Big Springs Campground, Deadman Creek Campground, Glass Creek Campground, Gull Lake Campground, Hartley Springs Campground, Oh, Ridge Campground, June Lake Campground, Reversed Creek Campground, Silver Lake Campground)

June Lake Chamber of Commerce 

Community Parks:

Tours and Side-Trips: Tioga Pass, Mono Lake (See Lee Vining)


Fast Click for Relevant Articles on the Area:

Recreational Contacts: Frontier Pack Train 888-437-MULE; Mammoth Ballooning (760) 937-8787; McGee Creek Pack Station (800) 854-7404

Government Contacts:

            Bureau of Land Management (Bishop Office) 787 Main Street, Suite P, Bishop, CA 93514

            Department of Fish and Game: (www.dfg.ca.gov/fishing) Season dates, licenses, restrictions, fish stocking

            Inyo National Forest: books, maps and wilderness passes and permits: Mt. Whitney Ranger Station (760) 873-2500; White Mountain Ranger Station (760) 873-2500; Mammoth Ranger Station (760) 924-5500  www.fs.fed.us/r5/inyo

Companion Web Sites:

Glacier to Yellowstone (A complete guide to camping and fishing in Montana from Glacier to Yellowstone)

Fishing Tips 101 (Offering a "Mastering the Basics" series for freshwater fishing)

Bass and Trout Fishing Digest (Dave's hodge-podge of fishing adventures in Northern California and Oregon)



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