Between downtown Mammoth Lakes, and the resorts five base villages, including Tamarack Lodge, which houses the cross country center, ski vacationers in search of things to do in Mammoth will find they have an overwhelming amount of activities to choose from. Visitors can choose from an afternoon of perusing Mammoth’s shops, a family—or date—night at the movies at Minaret Cinemas or an evening of arts and drama at the Sierra Classic Theater or Mammoth Lakes Art Center, to name a few options. Mammoth has numerous art galleries; among them is the Mammoth Gallery, which features local fine art photography.
As a California hub of winter adventures, you can bet the Mammoth outdoor activities list is extensive. Options range from hockey clinics, lessons, or an even whirling around with your significant other at Mammoth Rink, or an exhilarating ride with the Mammoth Dog Teams. The whole family will love Wooly’s Tube Park and Snow Play Area, which features tubing lanes and plenty of hot chocolate. Speed demons can get still get their kicks when the lifts close on snowmobiles. And those looking to get a workout and enjoy Mammoth’s scenery and pristine pine forests will enjoy the resort’s 19 miles of groomed skating, classic and snowshoe trails.