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Mammoth Lakes July Updates: Embrace the Magic of Summer

Mammoth Lakes July Updates: Embrace the Magic of Summer

July 8, 2022

Good evening, Mammoth enthusiasts!

I hope you all had a wonderful 4th of July, surrounded by joy, laughter, and the enchanting festivities that make this holiday so special. Mammoth truly came alive during this time, with a spectacular parade, mesmerizing fireworks, and the vibrant 4th of July Arts Festival. The town was brimming with energy as locals and visitors alike reveled in the celebration, reminiscing about pre-COVID times when community spirit and togetherness were at their peak. Summer is undoubtedly the season when Mammoth shines the brightest, offering an array of exciting activities and events for all to enjoy. So, let’s dive into the updates and discover what this mountain paradise has in store for us!

Mammoth’s Lakes Basin: Nature’s Playground

One of the most captivating places in Mammoth is undoubtedly the Lakes Basin. As we speak, the road to this picturesque haven is being diligently plowed and will be open to all adventurers very soon. To embark on this breathtaking journey, simply take Lake Mary Road out of town, and within minutes, you’ll find yourself immersed in the natural splendor of the Lakes Basin. The first lake to greet you is Twin Lakes, followed by Lake Mary and Mamie. The road gracefully winds its way, eventually culminating at the Horseshoe Lake parking lot. But the adventure doesn’t stop there! Drive between Lakes Mary and Mamie, take a right turn, and unveil the stunning beauty of Lake George. From this starting point, embark on a hike to Crystal Lake, treating yourself to awe-inspiring views that overlook the entire basin. Alternatively, explore the trails leading to McLeod from Horseshoe Lake or set off on the Duck Pass trail, where Arrowhead, Skelton, Barney, and Duck Lakes await. The Lakes Basin is a treasure trove of natural wonders, ready to be explored. So, when the gates open, don’t miss your chance to witness the majesty of this remarkable destination. If you have any questions or need guidance to make the most of your visit, don’t hesitate to give me a call. I’ve even attached a map to help you navigate the area seamlessly.

Real Estate Update: Opportunities Await

Now, let’s shift our focus to the bustling real estate market in Mammoth Lakes. Exciting news for homebuyers—the inventory is on the rise! A significant jump in available properties has given potential buyers more options to find their dream mountain homes. The allure of Mammoth as a four-season resort destination has attracted a surge of interest, and summer presents the perfect opportunity to experience the magic of this mountain paradise firsthand. However, it’s important to act swiftly, as the demand remains high due to a backlog of buyers from the COVID era, creating a competitive market. So, if you’ve been considering making Mammoth your home or investing in this remarkable area, now is the time to explore the available opportunities.

Featured Listings: Your Perfect Mountain Retreat Awaits

Let’s take a closer look at some of the new listings that have caught my eye:


  1. 11 Old Juniper Ln: Nestled in the exclusive Juniper Ridge neighborhood, this magnificent 5-bedroom, 3-bath home offers an exceptional ski-in, ski-out experience. Crafted with custom log architecture and featuring a chef’s kitchen with a 10-burner gas range, this property exudes luxury. Discover a mountain lifestyle like no other. Listing Price: $4,399,000.
  2. 380 Pine: Immerse yourself in modern elegance with this stunning 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath NEW CONSTRUCTION house in the prestigious Bluffs neighborhood. Boasting all the conveniences of a smart home and two master suites, this corner lot gem is a testament to luxurious mountain living. Listing Price: $4,185,000.
  3. 55 Woodcrest Trail: Find solace in the beautiful Snowcreek neighborhood with this 4+3.5 house. Located within one of the few gated communities in Mammoth, this property offers stunning views and tranquility amidst nature’s embrace. Listing Price: $3,299,000.


  1. 1198 Pyramid Peak: Discover the perfect blend of elegance and comfort in this spacious 3+loft, 3.5-bath condo overlooking the Starwood Golf Course’s 8th-hole fairway. With stunning views and numerous upgrades, this condo is the epitome of luxury mountain living. HOA: $1,083 monthly. Listing Price: $2,100,000.
  2. Sierra Manors #36: Located in the heart of downtown, this 1 bed + 1 bath condo offers the convenience of urban living. With ample loft storage and easy access to restaurants, cafes, and shops, this condo presents an ideal opportunity for those seeking a vibrant lifestyle. HOA: $337 monthly. Listing Price: $499,000.

Upcoming Events: Embrace the Mammoth Experience

There is never a dull moment in Mammoth during the summer season, and the coming week is filled with exciting events. Mark your calendars for these captivating experiences:

  • July 11 – 16: U-Pick Lavender at DeLaCour Ranch in Lone Pine from 10 AM to 4 PM.
  • July 13: Trashy Thursdays at Scenic Loop, Minaret/Scenic Loop from 5 PM to 6 PM.
  • July 13: The Trespassers at T-Bar Social Club in June Lake from 9 PM to 11:59 PM.
  • July 14: Lakefront Winemaker Dinner at Lakefront from 6:30 PM to 9 PM.
  • July 14 – 15: Mammoth Jazzfest Wine Walk at The Village from 5 PM to 10 PM.

These are just a few highlights, so make sure to explore all the weekly activities and events that cater to various interests and preferences. From guided tours in the Mono Lake area to live music performances and kids’ movie series, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Let’s Connect: Your Mammoth Journey Awaits

If you have any questions, want to view any properties, or simply wish to meet for a coffee and discuss your real estate needs, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’m here to ensure you have the best possible experience in finding your perfect Mammoth home.


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Rebecca Garrett

As an avid outdoorswoman Mammoth suits Rebecca well. In 2007 her passion for hiking, skiing and the rugged beauty of the Eastern Sierra brought her to Mammoth Lakes and she hasn't looked back. The myriad outdoor activities offered by Mammoth and the Eastern Sierra are one of the main reasons people buy homes there and the principal reason she calls the area home. Rebecca has a firm grasp on real estate in the Eastern Sierra, as well as excellent customer service and negotiation skills. Her clients choose her because of her experience, integrity, and professionalism with creative & innovative ideas, tirelessly doing whatever it takes to service her clients and customers. She is highly respected in the Mammoth community, on both a professional and personal level. Instead of competing with other agents and brokers, Rebecca works with them in order to get results. In addition to being a member of the National Association of Realtors, Rebecca serves as a Director on the Mammoth Lakes Board of Realtors. She is actively involved in the community, as well as numerous non-profit organizations Rebecca started her real estate career as an agent in Los Angeles in the 90's for Jon Douglas. She then worked for John Aaroe and for Sotheby's International Realty in Pacific Palisades. Her love of architecture and design started early, as her father had his own architectural practice in London before moving Rebecca and her family to Los Angeles where he became the Director of the J Paul Getty Museum. Rebecca is British born, raised in California, has lived and worked in many countries and speaks English, Italian and French. She looks forward to working with you and helping you find the perfect home for you and your family or getting you top dollar for the sale of your home.

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