McGee Creek is approximately 5 miles from Tom's Place and about 15 miles from Mosquito Flats and Rock Creek. Here there are 8 lodge rooms for rent at reasonable prices. The rooms are simple units with a bed and small bathroom. There is no air conditioning which would not be needed most of the year. These aren't luxurious accommodations but are a place to shower and sleep before a day's worth of activity. This is a place to stay more for the surrounding area than the amenities. There are some nice views of the White Mountains to the West and the Sierras to the east
McGee Creek is located at about 7,000 feet of elevation. In the summertime, evenings are cool but it gets really hot during the day. We slept with the windows open and the cool breeze and lower overnight temps made the room pretty chilly. The one drawback was hearing cars driving on 395.
There is a restaurant here as well, but we didn't eat there. We spent very little time here, arriving after sunset and leaving before sunrise.
We were going to Mammoth with a few friends and their kids so we needed to stay somewhere kid friendly and not too expensive. Everything in Mammoth was on the high end and we werent sure if some of our friends whould go for it but luckily I found Mcgee Creek Lodge. The rooms there start at $69 per night and the most expensive room is $110 per night. I thought that it was pretty cheep compared to everything in Mammoth and i wondered how the rooms looked. On their website they looked nice but what was I going to end up with was the question.
When I got there i was really surprised at how nice the rooms were. We also werent too far from the Mammoth mountain. It was about 10 min away. This lodge also has a restaurant on its grounds that serves ranch style food for dinner and it was pretty good. They only have eight rooms so they do book up quick. This was a great place to stay, the price was very inexpensive and it was cozy for us.
This Lodge is located on Crowley Lake. There is a creek right in front of the lodge and alot of open space to play with the kids in the snow. I definately would stay here again.
The lodge was built in 1928 and was the original lodge for the first ski slope in Mammoth before it was moved to its original loaction.
US$22.00 for dorm room
US$53.00 for small room - 2-4 people
US$75.00 for room with bath - 2-4 people
Weekends slightly higher
Reasonable cost, community living room with fireplace, kitchen facilities, cosy, close to skiing, friendly owners and manager
$78 for midweek room to $140 for deluxe suite at the weekend.
We had a deluxe mini suite at Jagerhoff, It is quite spacious and has a kitchenette with fridge, cooker etc. This is really good if you fancy self catering.
The owners are very friendly and helpful, and give the place a family feel. There is also a jacuzzi, steam room. Breakfast (Toast & cereal) is provided.
This is the lodge during ski season, I have never skied, but if I did I am sure that this place would be on my list of mountains to conquer. I walked up the mountain as far as I could when we were staying here in September, you get really short of breath but the views are spectacular. We also rode the tram up to the top were they have a resturant. We had lunch and checked out the view from there.
This is the Mammoth Lakes ski lodge and hotel we stayed here for 7 days in September. It snowed the day before we arrived so it was exceptionally beautiful, although it was the first snow and not enough to ski. The weather was great though and so we had snow and sunshine.
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