The June Lake Loop Women's Club host their Annual Breakfast with Santa. Held in the June Lake Community Center there will be free breakfast for all kids ($3/adults), sit with Santa, photos and gifts.
Our full-service community features lodging properties, restaurants, marinas, spa and fitness center, winter skiing and snowboarding at June Mountain, and an array of stores, galleries and services.
Enjoy all your favorite family winter activities in the Loop. Don't miss our 2014 Winter Festival January 24-25, with lots of activities and entertainment including Snow Sculptures,and the infamous 'Triple-Threat' race!
This view is of Mammoth Mountain as seen from near the top of June Mountain. Just minutes north of Mammoth Lakes, in the Mono Basin at its southern rim, the June Lake Loop is a world apart.
Just a couple of miles west of the Junction, the June Lake Loop is surprisingly convenient, yet often unseen by travelers along U.S. Highway 395 between Southern California and Reno/Tahoe. The Loop also intersects with California 120, eastbound from the Tioga Pass Road and Yosemite. If you're in our area, why not turn off and take the scenic tour?
The Loop area has long been world famous for its trout fishing experiences. Fish from shore along lakes and streams or use a boat, canoe, kayak or float tube. Rentals are available at the Marinas,
Yosemite Regional Transportation System has convenient stops withinin the June Lake Loop. YARTS provides affordable and comfortable transportation to and from Yosemite National Park and connects to other Buses, Trains and airline services in Central California.