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Gull Lake Information
About Gull Lake
Gull Lake is a small lake located in the June Lake Loop right near where California 120 crosses U.S. Route 395 on its way from Yosemite toward Nevada. Its unsurpassed mountain beauty is your best choice for the perfect getaway. The area was established as a fishing over a century ago and has now grown into an authentic Mountain Town. Each year, over 500 athletes travel to nearby June Lake for the June Lake Triathlon, also called "The Toughest Race in the Most Beautiful Place." One glimpse at the groves of aspens and willow-lined meadows, and you are bound to agree that Gull Lake truly is the most beautiful place you have ever seen.
Things to do in Gull Lake
Get ready to enjoy the great outdoors because you will fall in love with the Gull Lake Campground. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the general store has everything you need. Pack a picnic, and rent a boat from the Gull Lake Marina to go fishing. Gull Lake is known for its exceptional fishing. Prepare yourself to catch some "monster trout!" Maybe rent a paddle boat to take in the scenery and watch the chipmunks. There is even a swim area with a small shore. It is an awesome place to bring the kids. Even after running around on the mountain all day, they will beg for some time at the playground with a mini zip-line and swing set. Less than five minutes away from Gull Lake is the June Mountain Ski Area. The mountain has slopes for all ages and abilities and the best part is that kids under 12 ski for free!
Day trips from Gull Lake
In addition to great skiing at June Mountain is Mammoth Mountain located just a half-hour south from Gull Lake. The mountain is open year-round so it is the perfect vacation spot whether you are in to skiing or mountain biking. It is even perfect for hiking, sledding, or a snowball fight! It is larger than June Mountain with a great variety of trails, so brush off your ski boots and get your adrenaline fix. To the east of Gull Lake lies the famous Yosemite National Park. If you thought Gull Lake was beautiful, you are in a for a real treat. The park located in the heart of California's Sierra Nevada mountains was first protected in 1864. It is best known for its waterfalls, but it's also famous for its giant, ancient sequoia trees, and for Tunnel View, the iconic vista of towering Bridalveil Fall and the granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome. Don't forget to leave time to check out the Yosemite Village full of shops, restaurants, The Yosemite Museum and the Ansel Adams Gallery. If you haven't gotten enough of the gorgeous Sierra Nevada Mountains, head to the Sierra National Forest. Located on the western slope of the central Sierra Nevada, it's known for its spectacular mountain scenery. The Sierra National Forest encompasses more than 1.3 million acres. This outdoor lover's paradise includes rolling, oak-covered foothills, abundant fish and wildlife, and a huge variety of mountain flora and fauna.
Gull Lake accommodations
You can't make a trip to Gull Lake without staying at the Gull Lake Lodge. This small family run motel is merely 100 yards from Gull Lake and 200 yards from June Lake. Talk about prime location! They pride themselves in the friendships they've made with many generations of families that continue to come back year after year. After your stay, you're bound to join the Gull Lake Lodge family as well. Another great option is the Double Eagle Resort and Spa. Set at the base of Carson Peak, this tranquil mountain resort has traditional rooms with mini fridges, but if you're staying longer, 2 bedroom cabins are available with full kitchens, living rooms, bbqs and fireplaces. If you're traveling with the entire family, check out the 3 bedroom house complete with a washer and dryer and access to the Double Eagle Resort's spa and gym. Other amenities include an indoor pool and hot tub.
Transportation in Gull Lake
For the most flexibility, you'll want to rent a car, but public transportation is available in the area. Eastern Sierra Transit offers a Winter Transit Route between Mammoth Lakes and June Lake on weekends and holidays. The CREST line's 'Reno-Lone Pine' route is available Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the June Lake Junction, traveling US Highway 395 North to Reno and back to Lone Pine. The fare to Reno is $40.00 where you can connect with Amtrak, Greyhound, or the Reno Airport. During the summer months, The Yosemite Area Regional Transit System operates buses through the June Lake Loop, to Tuolumne Meadows and the Yosemite Valley over Tioga Pass. The YARTS also extends west to Central California and will connect with Greyhound, Amtrak, other regional transit routes and Major Airports.