Mammoth Lakes is a beautiful mountain resort located near Yosemite National Park in the cool Eastern High Sierra off Highway 395. Mammoth offers world-class golf courses, mountain biking, fishing and hiking as well as wonderful restaurants and resort facilities. It’s the perfect place to spend a "blues and brews" weekend.
Special lodging packages are available: click here.
For additional information about camping or local accommodations,
call 800-GO MAMMOTH or visit www.VisitMammoth.com
"I just wanted to afford a thumbs up with regard to your Bluesapalooza event; me and a friend attended for the first time this weekend and absolutely loved it along with Mammoth Lakes." —Ben, Attendee
Parking & Shuttle Information
|Getting to Mammoth Lakes is Easy|
San Diego / Orange County
Interstate 15 north, to US 395 north, to State Route 203. (375 miles)
Interstate 405 north, to Interstate 5 north, to State Route 14 north, to US 395 north, to State Route 203 west. (307 miles)
Bakersfield / Fresno
State Route 120, Tioga Pass Road east through Yosemite National Park, to US 395 south, to State Route 203 west. (Fresno 180 miles; Bakerfield 290 miles)
San Francisco / Sacramento
Interstate 80 east, to State Route 50 east, to the Kingsbury Grade (State Route 207) cutoff, to US 395 south, to State Route 203 west. (320 miles)
Interstate 15 north, to US 95 north, to Hwy 266 west, turn slight left to State Route 168, to US 395 north, to State route 203 west. (310 miles)
Reno / Tahoe
US 395 south, to State route 203 west. (165 miles)
Alaska Airlines®/Horizon Air® and United Airlines® fly to Mammoth Lakes from Los Angeles, Portland, San Jose and San Francisco. Book flights online, www.AlaskaAir.com, or call 800-547-9308, or www.United.com or call 800-864-8331 for flights from San Francisco. Taxi, selected hotel shuttles & rental cars are available at Mammoth airport.