Location & Information

Your Mountainside Home

Your perfect basecamp for any Mammoth adventure, this family-friendly resort delivers all the comforts of home with ski-in, ski-out convenience. The Eagle base lodge next door delivers all your ski resort needs, and in the warmer months you can hit the links at the Sierra Star Golf Course just outside your door.

Please Note: Eagle Lodge is closed for the 21/22 winter season.


Juniper Springs Resort
4000 Meridian Blvd. / PO Box 2129
Mammoth Lakes, CA USA 93546
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Contact Us

Reservations | 800.MAMMOTH
Front Desk | 760.934.1102
Send Fax to Guest | 760.924.8152

Driving Directions

Follow Hwy 203 into the town of Mammoth Lakes. Turn left at the second stoplight, Minaret Road. Take Minaret Road to Meridian Blvd, where you'll turn right and continue until Meridian ends at Juniper Springs Resort.


Each unit is allowed one space in our underground, heated parking garage. Overflow parking is available in the Eagle Lodge parking lot across from the hotel. Guests must obtain a parking pass from the front desk for both underground and overflow parking. Clearance for our lower garage is 6'9", while the upper garage is 7'9".

Juniper Springs Resort covered parking is for guests only.

Oversize parking is located in the lot next to Juniper Springs Resort and in front of Eagle Lodge.

Vehicles must display an approved parking tag.

Vehicles must be parked within the yellow parking lines.

Vehicles are limited to 19 feet including attachments (e.g., luggage, ski, board, and bike racks) except in spaces marked for “Extended Length Vehicles Only.” 

Only vehicles between 19 feet and 21 feet, including attachments, are permitted in designated parking spaces marked “Extended Length Vehicles Only” and must display an approved Red Tag.

Any vehicle greater than 21 feet must park at the adjoining Eagle Lodge’s exterior parking lot.

Any vehicle in violation is subject to being towed at the vehicle owner’s expense or will have an immobilizing “boot” being attached to the wheel, which requires a $100 fee to remove. 

Parking Information

Area Transportation

Everything you need to know about getting here and around the town.

Eastern Sierra Transport Authority (Year-Round)

Eastern Sierra Transit Authority (ESTA) offers free transportation around Mammoth Lakes with bus service to nearly every popular spot in town. Complimentary maps and schedules are available at the Front Desk. The Village is the transportation hub where you can access all bus lines via stop #90 on Canyon Blvd or the Red or Pink Line at stop #18 on Minaret Rd/HWY 203.

Village Gondola (Winter)

The Village Gondola is the easiest way to access the Canyon Lodge from the Village and town. The ride is complimentary from The Village up to Canyon Lodge, and non-skiers can get out to enjoy the views of the slopes and the high-altitude atmosphere.

Airport Transfers

Mammoth All Weather Shuttle (MAWS): 760.709.2927 

Taxi Services

Mammoth Cab: 760.924.CABS / International 1.760.924.2227

Mammoth Taxi: 760.924.TAXI / International 1.760.924.8294


Bike Park Shuttle (Summer)

The Bike Park Shuttle (with bike rack) runs from The Village to the Adventure Center at Main Lodge. A valid Mammoth Bike Park ticket is required to transport a bicycle, otherwise the shuttle is free to ride.

Service to Yosemite National Park (Summer)

The Yosemite Area Regional Transit System (YARTS) offers round-trip bus transportation to Yosemite National Park from Mammoth Lakes, with multiple pickup spots and stops within the park. Schedule and fees vary. Visit Yarts.com for more information. 

Reds Meadow/Devils Postpile Shuttle (Summer)

To access all the sights in the Reds Meadow area, all visitors must ride a designated shuttle that operates mid-June through mid-September. Personal vehicles are not permitted unless the shuttle is not operating, and an entrance fee must be paid at the Minaret Vista ranger kiosk. Shuttle tickets are available for purchase at the window outside the Adventure Center, or by paying the driver directly when boarding the bus.

Taxi Services

Mammoth Cab: 760.924.CABS / International 1.760.924.2227
Mammoth Taxi: 760.924.TAXI / International 1.760.924.8294  

View additional transportation information at VisitMammoth.com.

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Bears & Wildlife

One of the joys of visiting Mammoth Lakes is wildlife sightings, mostly American black bears. It is not unusual to see a bear wandering through town or near your hotel. Unfortunately for wildlife, humans can pose a problem to their natural habitat. Remember it is our responsibility to keep our wildlife wild. The best way of doing this, and preventing bears from becoming dependent on humans for food, is to follow these rules.

Never Feed Wildlife

Do not leave any food or trash outside unattended.

Remove all food and scented items (such as shampoo, deodorant or lotion) from your car.

Keep your car locked.

Deposit all trash in a bear-proof trash can or dumpster and be sure to secure it afterwards.

Close and lock your windows when you leave if you’re staying on a ground floor level.

If You See a Bear

Keep your distance and enjoy it from afar.

Do not get between a mother bear and her cubs.

If in a group, never surround a bear – give it a clear escape path.

Don’t ever turn your back or run from a bear.

Make loud noises and yell, clap or bang on something to scare it away.

If you see a bear misbehaving, such as trying to get into a dumpster, vehicle, or building, call 911 immediately.

The town police and wildlife specialist are trained to handle wildlife situations.

When driving, especially at dusk or dawn, be on the lookout for animals crossing the roadway. Hitting a bear or deer can be fatal – not only to the animal, but also to car passengers.

Don’t leave pet food or bowls outside.

For more information on co-existing with wildlife in Mammoth Lakes, contact the Mammoth Lakes Police Dept. at 760.937.BEAR.

Bear & Wildlife Rules