2020 Summer Recreation VIRTUAL Expo

Expo - Going Virtual

Mammoth Lakes Parks and Recreation Staff will be on Facebook from 5-7pm tonight, Tuesday, March 31 to answer all of your Parks and Recreation Questions. Be sure to check into our virtual Facebook event to be entered into a drawing to WIN A FREE SUMMER CAMP! 

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/169588924369054/

Don’t have Facebook? Email lplum@townofmammothlakes.ca.gov with your name between 5-7pm and I’ll enter you in myself!


Mammoth Lakes Parks and Recreation

We provide award winning summer camps, programs and lessons from June - August. Our products are well loved and sell out quickly including our Wilderness Camps, Adventure Camps, Wave Rave Skate Camps and Swim Lessons. We encourage you to look at our Annual Camps and Programs Calendar to see what camps your child(ren) qualify for (age and date), pick your top three (PreRegistration allows one camp registration per child), create an account on our registration site then familiarize yourself with PreRegistraiton. It can be overwhelming, we know, and we are here to help, give us a call at (760) 965-3690 or email lplum@townofmammothlakes.ca.gov

Youth Summer PreRegistration  - one summer youth product per child - Monday, May 4, 2020 at 8:00 am PST and remain open for 24 hours.

Open Registration - unlimited youth and adult summer registration - Monday, May 11 at 8:00 a.m. PST.

Annual Camps and Programs Calendar 

How to Create an Account to Register for our Programs Online

How to register multiple children

What is PreRegistration?

How to PreRegister

New Camps and Programs


Valentine / SNARL Outside Science Education Program

Our summer Outdoor Science Education Program (OSEP) consists of a variety of weeklong classes offered June through July for students in grades 1-12, on topics ranging from photography and art, to natural history. Courses are taught by experienced outdoor educators and take place at either Valentine Camp or the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab (SNARL). Students who enroll should have a strong interest in science, love being in the outdoors, and be willing to participate in all aspects of these academic classes. Students are expected to behave in an appropriate, respectful, and safe manner. In an effort to allow as many students to enjoy all of our camps, priority will be given to students who have not previously attended specific camps. All classes are geared to next year’s grade level. 

More info and 2020 Class Schedules: https://vesr.nrs.ucsb.edu/education-outreach/outdoor-science-program-k-12/osep-classes 


Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association 

www.sierraforever.org      admin@esiaonline.org     (760) 872-1220

Educating and inspiring people about Sierra Nevada public lands through exhibits, programs, and interpretive products at 17 locations.

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AYSO Soccer

Join us August-October for a fun fall season of soccer where everyone plays! Your child can grow and develop not only their social skills but their leadership and social skills for life.

Online registration opens in May with the lowest price of the season. 

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To volunteer, please contact Wendy Sugimura at (760) 914-2962 or ayso316.rc@gmail.com. Our volunteers make the soccer season possible!



Mammoth Lakes Swim Team


The Mammoth Lakes Swim Team is a seasonal swim club focused on developing school aged children into strong, confident swimmers. Under the guidance of head coach, Bryan Bartilucci, swimmers improve technique and conditioning in a fun and supportive team environment and compete in meets around the region. Program runs May-August at the Whitmore Pool.

Registration is now open : https://www.teamunify.com/team/pcmlst/page/registration 

Contact Sheilah Brode with any questions (760) 914-2406.

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Mammoth Museum at the Hayden Cabin

www.mammothmuseum.org  (760) 934-6918 

Operating June - September

June 27th                 Music ‘n Moonshine

July 3rd – 5th            Independence Days at the Hayden Cabin

July 12th                  Eastern Sierra Book Festival

August 22nd            Annual Museum Party

September 7th        Genny Smith Day

*Thursdays in July/August – Brown Bag Series Noon-1:00

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The museum is an Inyo National Forest facility that is being operated by the Southern Mono Historical Society.

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Bodie Foundation


Protecting Bodie’s Future by Preserving Its Past

Bodie Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps carry on the vital work of stabilization, protecting artifacts and interpreting the history of Bodie. 

Tours, Ghost Tours, Photography Events, and More!

Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra

info@disabledsportseasternsierra.org  (760) 934-0791

In summer, Mammoth Mountain, the Town of Mammoth Lakes, and the surrounding area offer a wealth of recreational activities. DSES offers lessons in flat water kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, rock climbing, hiking, road cycling, and mountain biking using state-of-the-art adaptive equipment and specialized teaching techniques. We also provide skilled guides to help guests participate in the Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center (link) activities including the climbing wall, zip line, bungee, and ropes course.

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Footloose Sports

3043 Main Street, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546  (760) 934-2400

Footloose Sports is a premier ski and bike shop and one of the most respected service-oriented sports shops in Mammoth. We offer Superfeet custom orthotics along with latest brands in ski and snowboard gear, Mammoth logo wear, apres ski wear, shoes for hiking and running, bumper stickers, souvenirs and more. We offer summer bike rentals, paddle boards and Winter snowshoes if you’re up for a stroll outside of town, as well as demo skis and boots. Footloose has also built an award-winning reputation on outstanding customer service. Footloose was founded by local skiers in 1981 as a personal boot-fitting service. The shop has only grown from there, we are continuing to innovate, expand while staying true to our core mission. Footloose insures getting customers the best possible gear, insures that it fits and functions to its highest standard. We are truly passionate about outdoor activities and we want to share that passion with anyone we can. We are fun and friendly with 40 years of experience.

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Mammoth Mountain Bike Team

 (760) 934-0795 or (509) 630-9038  lbarksdale@mammothresorts.com

Cross Country Mountain Bike Team for Middle and High School aged students. Season runs July-October with around four practices per week and four races per season (1 race in Mammoth and 3 races in Reno/Tahoe area). Attending races is optional. Team fees are $400 per season and include professional coaching plus full access mountain bike park pass. Scholarships are available.

For more information contact Lindsay Barksdale.

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Husky Club


Husky Club is a safe, nurturing after school program provided by the Mammoth Unified School District.  We also provide childcare during some school holidays.  Husky Club runs year round with a summer camp that operates five days a week during the summer vacation.  Check out our webpage at Mammoth Unified School District, Programs tab, Husky Club.

After School Program

          Hours: after school until 5:30 PM

          Homework assistance with additional math and literacy activities

          STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) activities

          Health and physical fitness activities

          Social and emotional growth education

          Arts and craft activities

One snack

Holiday and Summer Camp

          Hours:  7:30 AM until 5:30 PM

          All of the above

          Hiking, swimming, and community activities

          Two snacks

          Lunch ($3.25 for nonsubsidized families)

Husky Club may be able to help with free or reduced child costs through a state program.  If you think that your family may qualify, please contact the program director Sandy Hanover-Zeldis.

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Mammoth Lakes Library

(760) 965-6679    cdevine@monocoe.org

Dig Deeper: Read. Investigate. Discover.

Join us at the Mono County Libraries for a variety of fun activities as we dig deeper into our local history, discover the magic of our local geography, investigate issues that matter most to us, and of course - read!

Pass by your local library to find out more information!

For more information, please contact Carissa Devine, Youth Programming Manager, Mono County Libraries.

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TEDD Fitness

www.teddski.com    info@teddski.com      760.716.8773

Functional, Transformational, Anti-Aging, Fun, Effective Training System

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InSpire Fitness


This unique and progressive Dry Land Training program designed

for young athletes ages 15-21 years will provide general

conditioning to help you excel your overall strength, power, and

speed within your sport of choice. Limited spots are available for

this exclusive opportunity to enhance your skills.

5-Week Program starting May 2020, June 2020, and September 2020, $150

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Email Kara Stephens at  to sign up or for more information.

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Snowcreek Athletic Club

www.snowcreekathleticclub.com   760-934-8511 x104.
Comprehensive Fitness Center with daily fitness classes

  • Spa At Snowcreek ….for the Mom’s! Full Service Spa
  • Mammoth Trampoline Club - 5 Olympic style Trampolines (after school pass and All access pass (is the best buy)
  • Snowcreek Dance Academy - 13 week Sessions (spring and winter)
  • The Bistro Restaurant - check website for operating hours -Great for birthday parties and family parties
  • Snowcreek Swim Club - 10 packs for weekly competition and developmental practices

Prices online or contact the front desk.



Desiree, Restorative Guide: wokNnature@gmail.com

Let us wander in nature, deepening our roots, in the more than human world, together. I will be your guide, on a healthful, gentle walk, in nature, as a core practice for wellness. Take in your surroundings through your senses. No need to think or analyze, just relax and let your natural sense of wonder take you away. Immerse yourself, “ allowing nature to nurture, ” deepening your connection to nature and self. This guided walk, “ wôkNnature,” will boost your mental and physical being by reducing your stress levels, lowering your pulse and blood pressure, boosting your immune system and lifting you into a more positive you. Your mind, body and spirit will thank you!

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Mammoth Lakes Recreation


Mammoth Lakes Recreation is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to enhancing sustainable recreation, arts, culture and mobility in the Eastern Sierra for the benefit of the communities and natural environment.

Adopt a Trail Program

Tangle Free Waters Program

Contact: Matt McClain, Executive Director; matt@mammothlakesrecreation.org; or Kim Anaclerio, Programs Manager; kim@mammothlakesrecreation.org; 760-660-4948; 



Sierra Mountain Guides

info@sierramtnguides.com or (760) 648-1122.

Scramblers Rock Climbing Camp

Since 2008, our popular and rewarding program has introduced children to the joys and wonders of rock climbing and bouldering in the Eastern Sierra in the summer. We create motivation to learn through use of "Milestones booklets" in which they check off climbing related skills as they learn and demonstrate new abilities. They are rewarded with buttons to show that they have reached next levels of achievement. Being in groups with their peers makes the learning and climbing more fun and engaging. We set up slack lines, rope swings, high lines, and more to get kids to trust climbing safety systems and maximize the fun factor of the week. We mix up the venues based on the weather conditions, but we climb in different areas to expose budding climbers to different rock types, mountain ambiance, and climbing related diversions.

We provide all the equipment your child will need to have a safe, enjoyable. and unforgettable climbing experience, including ropes, hardware, harnesses, helmets, climbing shoes, and belay devices. Each kid gets a chalk bag with chalk to use and keep, a cool SMG hat, and a certificate of participation. We encourage parents to come and help coach and belay!

Here’s the link to sign up: https://sierramtnguides.com/program/eastern-sierra-scramblers/

Or contact the office with questions.

ESAG Pathrunners

Dog agility is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and demands a keen interaction and teamwork between owner and dog. The team is required to negotiate an obstacle course – the handler’s responsibility is to direct the dog on a predetermined path, and it is the dog’s job to perform the obstacles presented in front of him. 

This is a great opportunity for you and your dog to participate together in a fast-paced and fun activity.  Learn the skills needed for you and your canine partner to become an agility team.

Where: Whitmore Recreation Area – Ballfield #2

When: May 5 – October 31

Times:  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 8 AM to Noon

Cost: FREE – Three (3) one-on-one introductory training sessions. Lesson days and times will be determined by the instructor and the student.

Please contact Cheryl Hart at cherhart@yahoo.com (760) 201-9193 or Linda Fuller at rednumbr@aol.com (760) 399-2959.

Eastern Sierra Agility Group

 www.esaginc.org   esagpups@gmail.com   www.facebook.com/ESAGDogs/

ESAG Inc. is a nonprofit public benefit corporation. Our mission is to cultivate canine agility in the Eastern Sierra by connecting teams with trainers, information, and services they need to thrive.  We teach and compete in NADAC (North American Dog Agility Council) agility, which emphasizes fun, safety, positivity, and teamwork between dog and human.  Our senior club members have competed and succeeded at National Championships multiple times and have earned a combined 47 Trial Championships to date.  But mostly, we’re all addicted to the fun and challenge of gathering together to learn and play with our dogs!

We offer beginner level agility classes 2 times per year: in late winter/spring at the Tri County Fairgrounds in Bishop, and at the Whitmore Ball Fields in summer. Classes are taught by Lynne Almeida, Sherry Dodson, and Bobbie Eddy who also teach the Advanced Beginner class. We also offer coaching at the Intermediate and Competition levels.

You can find more information, and sign up to be on our class notification list, at our web page, http://www.esaginc.org/.  Our class notification form and other fun and interesting doggie info. may be found on our facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ESAGDogs/.  We check both our facebook messenger and our email, esagpups@gmail.com, for questions, so please let us know if you have any.  We look forward to seeing you and your dog on the agility field soon!


The Tony Colasardo Scholarship Fund provides full or partial scholarships for the many popular camps and recreation programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Tony Colasardo was a long-time Recreation Commissioner who was a passionate advocate for inclusion and social equity and believed that every child regardless of income level, ability, race or gender should have access to the benefits of parks and recreation.

These scholarships are intended to remove any financial impediment facing a family when deciding to participate in our many camps or programs.

Applications due April 15, 2020, APPLY TODAY!