Nestled between Yosemite and Kings Canyon on the Sierra west slope, Mono Hot Springs Resort is a relaxing, family-friendly mountain retreat. Surrounded by the spectacular natural scenery, Mono Hot Springs Resort is built around the eponymous hot mineral baths, which have been attracting people to their natural healing waters for centuries. The resort also features comfortable historic cabin accommodations, a casual restaurant, spa services and a general store, along with a wealth of outdoor recreational activities to enjoy from hiking, biking and horseback riding to boating, fishing and wildlife watching.
Mono Hot Springs Resort offers comfortable accommodations in the form of historic log cabins, camping cabins, and tents and in keeping with their policy of maintaining an authentic wilderness experience, there are no televisions or telephones, but wireless Internet is available.
One and Two Bedroom Stone Housekeeping Cabins are spacious and comfortable with one and two carpeted bedrooms boasting double and twin beds, respectively, and fresh linen, a large living area with a River Rock fireplace and handcrafted mantelpiece, futon sleeper sofa for additional guests and a dining table and chairs for up to six people. A fully equipped kitchen features a gas stove, refrigerator, tiled countertop and sink, and all the necessary items for in-house cooking and dining. The cabin features an indoor toilet, and bathtubs and showers are available in the Resort Hot Springs Bathhouse, and the cabin has solar heating and a gas heater. A campfire pit and a large picnic table and chairs are set outside the cabin for campfire and dining under the stars.
One Room Housekeeping Cabins have a single room with comfortable beds dressed in crisp linens, an inside toilet and hot water sink with fresh towels and some have solar lighting. These basic cabins do not have kitchens, however, guests can bring their camp stove, ice chest and cooking ware and utensils if required and bathtubs and showers are available in the Resort Hot Springs Bathhouse.
Newly upgraded Tent Cabins are ideal for budget travelers and are set on raised wooden platforms with a heavy duty canvas roof and walls and a standard wood door and screened windows. Community restrooms with hot water sinks and flushing toilets are located nearby, and showers and baths can be used at the Resort Hot Springs Bathhouse for no extra charge. Large picnic tables and chairs and outdoor grills are available for outdoor cooking. Fresh bedding and towels are provided.
Camping Cabins are comfortable one room wood-siding camping cabins ideal for those who enjoy soaking up the great outdoors. Community restrooms with hot water sinks and flushing toilets are located nearby, and showers and baths can be used at the Resort Hot Springs Bathhouse for no extra charge. Large picnic tables and chairs and outdoor grills are available for outdoor cooking. Fresh bedding and towels are provided.
Mono’s River Rock Café is open for breakfast (during the summer season), lunch and dinner and serves a casual menu of hearty all-American fare, including bison burgers, elk steaks, pasta dishes, fresh salads, and fish plates.
Amenities & Recreation
Mono Hot Springs Resort offers an array of amenities, including an on-site restaurant that serves breakfast (seasonal), lunch and dinner, a general store that sells a variety of groceries, fishing supplies, souvenirs and other needs for campers, and outdoor fire pits and grills for those guests wanting to cook and dine under the stars. The resort has a bathhouse with two hot springs mineral baths, and a massage therapy building where guests can enjoy pampering massages and indulgent spa treatments. The resort is surrounded by 12 open air natural hot springs on the south side of the San Joaquin River and three walled concrete springs that were built in 1934 by the California Conservation Corps. Recreational and outdoor activities in the area range from hiking, biking, and horseback riding to boating, trout fishing, and wildlife watching.
The region around the Mono Hot Springs is home to hundreds of square miles of wilderness with High Sierra trout fishing lakes and small streams and is a trout fishing paradise. These little brooks and lakes offer excellent fishing for brook and golden trout and draw trout-fishing enthusiasts from around the country.
Doris and Tule Lake are fantastic for swimming, while Edison, Florence, and Ward Lakes offer incredible canoeing and kayaking adventures.
70000 Edison Lake Rd, Lakeshore, CA 93642, Phone: 559-325-1710