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Events in June and July

The Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross

June 22 - July 1

The Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross is set to open on June 22 and run through July 1, the schedule is as follows:

  • June 23: Vet Weekend Party in The Village
  • June 23-24: Vet | SR | Master Racing
  • June 26-27: Mini Racing: 50cc | 65cc | 85cc | Supermini
  • June 29: Open | Women | Schoolboy | +25 years Open
  • June 30: 250 Championships | FMF Stroke Challenge (All 250cc Class Racing)
  • June 30 Championship Weekend Moti-Gras in The Village
  • July 1: 450 Chamionships (All 450cc Class Racing)
  • Race Days Gates open at 5am, practice begins at 7am, racing begins at 8am.

For Race Days, Adult tickets are $20, Kids 11 and under are $5 and Kids 6 and under are free.

For more information, visit the Mammoth Motocross website.

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Mammoth 4th of July Festivities

July 4, 2012

Mammoth is a great place to spend the 4th of July holiday, and this year there is a great slate of events for families!

Lion's Club Pancake Breakfast

Start you holiday off right with a great 4th of July breakfast, including orange juice, coffee, sausage and of course, plenty of pancakes! Prices are $7 for adults and $5 for children under 12. The breakfast is located outside, in the Mammoth Mall Parking Lot from 7am to 11am.

7th Annual Footloose Freedom Mile

Hope you didn't eat too many pancakes! The Footloose Freedom Mile starts at 10:10Am on Old Mammoth Road and is a great race for all ages and run immediately before the parade.

The entry fee with am ASICS T-shirt is $25, without $20, with proceeds going to Disabled Sports of the Eastern Sierra.

For more information, visit High Sierra Striders

Mammoth Lakes 4th of July Parade

A great small town atmosphere abounds with a parade and floats for all ages. The parade starts near Angel's on Main Street and runs down to the intersection of Old Mammoth Road and Main Street, and continues on Old Mammoth towards Snowcreek. The parade starts at 11am.

The Mammoth Food and Wine Experience

July 6-7, 2012

Brought to you by the Mammoth Lakes Foundation this event is expecting up to 30 wineries participate this year, pouring around 120 varieties, and some prominent chefs to delight even the most discriminating palate. For more information, and a full list of wineries and chefs, please visit the event website.

The 24th Annual Mammoth Lakes Jazz Jubilee

July 11-15, 2012

Visitors, bands and fun are set to return to Mammoth for four days starting July 11th for the 24th Annual Mammoth Lakes Jazz Jubilee. Tickets are on sale now. Visit our overview of the Mammoth Lakes Jazz Jubilee, including photos of past events, or for complete event details including tickets, schedules bands and venues, visit the official event website.

25th Annual Kids Fishing Festival

July 28, 2012, 8a - 3pm

A great event for the kids, the Snowcreek ponds are stocked with large Alpers trout and is free for kids 14 and under. Fishing guides will be on hand to provide instruction on fly fishing and catch-and-release, and rods and reels are provided! For more information, visit KidsFishFest.com.

42nd Annual Mammoth Lakes Fire Dept Picnic and Canoe Races

July 28, 2012

Save on Mammoth Lodging with the Summer Economizer!

Mammoth Mountain Vacations is offering great prices on vacation rentals, and if you're staying for 5 nights or longer check out our Summer Economizer Packages, it's the best deal around!

Mammoth News From Around the Web

A hiking update from our friends at the Pacific Crest Trail...

Road to Mammoth closed to hikers; Trees cleared from the PCT near...

The best access for PCT hikers to re-supply in the town of Mammoth Lakes and return to the PCT is via the trail over Mammoth Pass [3.7 miles south of Red's Meadow] to Horseshoe Lake. Local bus service between Mammoth ...

A very short article on Mammoth Lakes listing a few of the hikes and a nice picture of Devil's Postpile. We wrote a column on this hike last year, see Devils Postpile to check it out. They also claim the top 10 hiking towns in the world but we don't agree with their list!

Mammoth Lakes, CA « besthike.com blog

The John Muir Trail runs a few miles from Mammoth. If you have the time and desire, you could hike south all the way to Mt Whitney or north to Yosemite. 2. Lakes area – there are a number of trails that leave from the lakes ...

Below is a good article on a San Franciscan's recent fly fishing trip to Mammoth with some cool photos.

Travel: Mammoth Lakes, CA « LADY PIRATE

Travel: Mammoth Lakes, CA. May 19, 2012. Sadly overdue, but worth taking the time to writeup. Last month I was extended an invite to spend a weekend up in Mammoth Lakes at a friend's cabin. For the record – these are highly favored...

The California Fly Fishing Faire, put on by the Southwest Council of the Federation of Fly Fisher’s, will be in Mammoth this September, more below.

California “Fly Fishing Faire” Coming in September | MidCurrent

The Faire will be held in Mammoth Lakes, CA, September 13-16, and you can register through the end of June. This entry was posted in Events...

Great news, it looks as though the LADWP has approved the planned expansion of the Whitmore Sports Complex. In addition to the existing pool, they would be adding a running track and other facilities. Another great option for family recreation in Mammoth.

LADWP Board approves expansion of the Whitmore Sports Complex

The Board approved a major expansion of the Whitmore recreational area just south of the Town of Mammoth Lakes and also reaffirmed and updated its policy of divestment of Eastern Sierra properties that began almost 75...

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