Mammoth Family Vacation

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With a slew of family-friendly activities from skiing and snowboarding, to dog sledding, tubing, ice skating, and a movie theater for a more relaxing family evening, a Mammoth family ski vacation will create lasting memories. Teens with a penchant for freestyle skiing or snowboarding will revel in experiencing Mammoth’s world-class Unbound terrain park, which is training ground for Olympic and X Games superstar Shaun White. Mammoth’s terrain parks are progressively designed with safety in mind so even the little ones can enjoy the experience.

Mammoth Family-Friendly Hotels

Located across from the Eagle Lodge and Eagle Express, ski in, ski out Juniper Springs Lodge’s condominiums and townhomes offer an ideal winter family getaway. Juniper Springs Resort has received international acclaim—specifically—it was recently named one of Conde Nast Traveler's top 50 ski resort properties. Kids won’t be able to get enough of the lodge’s pool, while parents will appreciate the fitness center, spa and laundry services.

Mammoth Family Restaurants

Mammoth offers families an extensive list of kid-friendly restaurant options, from burger joints to Italian, to vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free dining (for food sensitive children), to pizza and back. At the top of the list families will find that Giovanni’s Pizzeria or Nick N’ Willies Pizza and Subs really hit the spot after a long day on the slopes. Burger Restaurant is another don’t miss, that will please everyone. Be sure to try the buffalo burger and homemade barbecue sauce. If your family members have food allergies or sensitivities Stellar Brew and Deli is a great option, they feature vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free menu items, and can customize most orders. Mammoth’s Chart House’s serves up an upscale menu in a casual atmosphere, making it a great choice for a nicer family meal.