When traveling to the Village at Mammoth there are a few notable locations to keep in mind in regards to parking. Guests or Owners of the Village Lodge will receive keys upon check-in, the keys would allow a guest to park underground throughout the duration of their stay. The underground is also not sold separately and can’t be purchased additionally. If the room is not quite ready, the guest would then be able to acquire a general access key, either after the pre-check-in process or at 4:00pm, which is the guaranteed check-in time.
Outside of being a Village Lodge guest, there are also various locations where parking is available at a cost or is free for a limited time. Surrounding the Village at Mammoth there are timed parking spots across the street from The Westin Monache Resort on Canyon Boulevard, as well as on either side of Minaret Road. The parking on the side of the street next to the Village at Mammoth, those spots are only 30 Minute parking spaces as well as no overnight parking in those locations from 10:00pm to 6:00am.
There is also a parking lot across the street on the Minaret Road side of the Village at Mammoth. This specific parking area is a paid parking lot, where you can pay from an hour to whole days at a time. Prices may vary between holidays and events. Traditionally, $2.50 for 2 hours, $5.00 for 4 hours, $10.00 for the evening until 2:00am, $20.00 for overnight until 8:00am, $35.00 for 24 hours, $65.00 for 48 hours, $90.00 for 90 hours. Also, on the street side of the Minaret Road parking area, there is 2 hour parking with available parking from 6:00am to 2:00am.
For more information about the Resort please contact the Village Lodge Front Desk 760-934-1982 and for more information about events please go to our events page.
The Village Map
4 – Alpine Approach
7 – Busy Beez’ General Store
18 – CHATO Boutique
16 – Elevatione By Salvador Dali
5 – First Street Leather
14 – Hatley
28 – Mammoth Child Care
31 – Mammoth Sports at Mountain Center
23 – Mammoth Sports in The Village
13 – Mammoth Village Properties
30 – McCoy Sports
12 – Mammoth Shirt Company
17 – Simply Massage Body Boutique
8 – Surefoot
6 – Trendz
29 – Village Neighborhood Co.
10 – 53 Kitchen and Cocktails
3 – Bear Creek Pizza
11 – Campo Mammoth
26 – Gomez Restaurant & Tequileria
15 – Hugs Ice Cream
20 – Lakanuki Tiki Bar
2 – Old New York Deli & Bagel Co.
9 – The Pita Pit
24 – Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
25 – Shelter Distilling
27 – Side Door Café & Wine Bar
21 – Smokeyard BBQ & Chop Shop
19 – Starbucks Coffee
1 – Sushi Rei
32 – Whitebark Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
The weather conditions in Mammoth Lakes can change quickly. The Village at Mammoth sits at 8,050 ft., always be prepared for change of weather no matter the season. Check current weather conditions and forecasts so you can be prepared.
In general the weather conditions, from April to September have average temperatures with lows in the 40’s to highs in the 70’s and 80’s. From October to March, temperatures range with lows in the teens to highs in the 40’s.
The Mammoth Mountain Ski Area averages 400 inches of snowfall annually.
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Tucked away in the Eastern Sierra, Mammoth Lakes is surprisingly accessible. With plenty of options for travel to Mammoth Lakes the easy trek can also be extremely affordable. Choosing to fly into Mammoth Yosemite Airport, located just 12 minutes from town, or choosing to drive via the scenic Hwy. 395, you’ll on your way to gorgeous mountain faster than you might expect either way.
Flying to Mammoth Lakes is a breeze. With the Mammoth Yosemite Airport just 12 minutes from town, flying to Mammoth Lakes is the fastest and most convenient way to escape to the mountains. Connect from cities across the U.S. and internationally or fly non-stop from Los Angeles (LAX) to Mammoth Lakes (MMH) year-round and seasonally from Denver (DEN) and other California airports.
Driving to Mammoth Lakes is rewarding in the views but also can be seen as tedious. Located in the heart of the breathtaking Sierra Nevada Mountains, Mammoth Lakes is easy to access by car from anywhere in California or even Nevada. Road tripping to Mammoth Lakes is an experience in itself. From Southern California, you’ll pass by iconic natural wonders, including Mt. Whitney, the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest and Death Valley. Traveling from the north, be sure to stop by Bodie State Historic Park or the other-worldly Mono Lake. No matter where you’re driving from, once you hit the scenic Hwy. 395 you’ll instantly feel like “the mountains are calling” as towering Eastern Sierra peaks dominate the horizon.
With an array of enticing and unique restaurants, The Village at Mammoth is the perfect place to dine, entertain and relax. Options are endless and whether you are seeking something simple and casual or a more elegant experience with gourmet fare, this high mountain paradise has it all in a beautiful setting infused with fresh alpine air.
The Village at Mammoth opened in the spring of 2003. The second phase commenced with the grand opening of the Westin Monache in the fall of 2007.
Both The Village and the Westin Monache offer studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, and three bedroom condominium units for nightly rental. Year-round heated swimming pools are available for lodging guests.
The Village boasts diverse food and beverage establishments, as well as an array of different retailers for your dining and shopping enjoyment. Food and beverage offerings range from simple and sweet to sophisticated. Retailers offer a variety of items from children’s apparel to men and women’s resort wear, and more!
In addition to hosting Mammoth’s finest dining and shopping, the gondola runs in and out of The Village during the ski season, picking up visitors and skiers and taking them up to Canyon Lodge. During the summer months The Village is Mammoth’s premier event destination. We offer weekly movies, concerts, and a variety of activities!