Mono Hot Springs Resort will reopen Friday September 17 and we plan to stay open until November 1. Because of the huge fires in the northern Sierras and safety concerns, the Forest Service had closed all the Forest in California from September 1st through September 17th.. Since fire conditions have improved, the closure was not extended and we are allowed to open a day early. However, no campfires are allowed anywhere in the Forest and please be careful and obey all the Forest Service fire restrictions.
Thanks to the skill and hard work of our great Forest Service Fire Fighters and others, we survived the devastating Creek Fire as did all the campgrounds, resorts and pack stations in our area east of Kaiser Pass. All resort operations will follow the ever-changing Fresno County Covid-19 guidelines.
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Natural Hot Springs
There is really no place quite like Mono Hot Springs, California. For the more adventuresome, its an unique opportunity to have a true wilderness experience of scenic hiking, swimming, trout fishing, boating, horseback riding, exploring for hot springs or just plain relaxing and enjoying the spectacular scenery while still having resort amenities of a fine food cafe, hot mineral baths, spa, massage, general store and comfortable historic cabin accommodations with WiFi.
Many cabin Patrons remark how refreshingly relaxing it is to get away from it all and be able to walk outside their cabin without concrete walkways and the sound of traffic. A recreational setting connecting people to nature surrounds the cabins where couples and families can enjoy an evening of campfire fun.
You will enjoy our friendly and helpful staff, great food service, Aimee’s wonderful massages and just plain relaxing in the spa with a spectacular scenic setting that Sunset Magazine recently described California’s Mono Hot Springs Resort as “gorgeous scenery as there ever was in the West”.
For cabin reservations and information
call 559 325 1710.
Day Hiking the Wilderness
Swim at Doris Lake
Edison Lake FerryWard Lake
Mono Hot Springs is known for spectacular Sierra Nevada hiking opportunities deep in the Ansel Adams and John Muir Wildernesses. When people first drive into the Mono Hot Springs basin they are awed and often a little startled by the area’s shear expanse of the rugged glacially made granite scenery.
This California High Sierra Wilderness between Yosemite and Kings Canyon National Parks is known as the Range of Light. It is one of the Nation’s most amazingly beautiful landscapes with no roads cutting through this wilderness to the east. Here you find peace, not crowds, in one of the most remote parts of the Sierra Nevada – a perfect vacation alternative to Yosemite.
Beautiful Doris Lake is an easy one mile hike from Mono Hot Springs that is well suited for families with young children. If you can pull yourself away from the lake’s beauty and wonderful swimming, Tule Lake is another three quarters of a mile with scenic Devil’s Table a more difficult trek along the way.
A fairly steep three mile hike to Corbett, Givens and Cunningham Lakes, just a 5 minute drive to the trailhead, takes you quickly to a high elevation spectacular view full of Eastern Brook Trout.
A short 4-wheel drive to Bear Lake Diversion Dam takes you to the Bear Creek Trail where a three mile hike puts you in the most beautiful of the area’s scenery with Golden Trout Fishing.
Florence Lake is a 25 minute drive from Mono that is located in a spectacular granite basin reflecting 11,000 ft. pyramid shaped Mt. Shinn. At the Florence Lake Store a ferry service can take you across the 5 mile lake where you can hike along the San Joaquin River to beautiful Blayney Meadows and beyond to the Muir Trail Ranch, hot springs, the John Muir Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail.
A more moderately challenging 7 mile round trip hike from a Florence Lake parking area trailhead takes you to Dutch, Hidden and scenic Crater Lakes. The large Jackass meadows below Florence Lake provides easy and pleasing hiking and camping along the river. Ward Lake is a wonderful surprise you will pass on the way to Florence Lake tucked in a steep walled granite grotto that also offers excellent California Kayak fishing, boating and camping.
About a 20 minute drive to Edison Lake takes you to Vermilion Valley Resort with a ferry service shuttling people 7 miles across Edison Lake to within a mile of the famous John Muir/Pacific Crest Trail. Mono Creek is a wonderfully serene creek and several alpine lakes are within a day’s hiking range. There are numerous small streams and lakes all around the Edison Lake area with great trout fishing. The High Sierra Pack Station has horseback day rides to back country wilderness lakes like the Devil’s Bathtub.
We will help plan your desired hiking opportunities from easy to more difficult. Trout Fly Fishing guided instruction by Sierra Fly Fishers is available. Make sure you fill up with gas at either Shaver Lake or Huntington Lake. From Shaver Lake it’s about a one and a half hour drive – and from Huntington Lake about an hour drive to Mono – one of Northern California’s most beautiful and remote hot springs resorts in the high Sierras.
Please call us at 559 325 1710 for more information on Mono Hot Springs Northern California Resorts.