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Boating in Mammoth

boat rentals in mammoth Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding areas are blessed with an abundance of awesome lakes and babbling streams. During the summer months, these waters feature both recreational paddlers out for a scenic afternoon and fishermen trying to hook a trophy-size trout and canoeing and kayaking opportunities are plentiful. Spend the day in a fishing boat on one of the many lakes of the Mammoth Lakes basin. Rent a canoe or kayak, venture out and enjoy the spectacular fall scenery. There is great fishing in Mammoth and throughout the Eastern Sierra, but if you are looking for the big ones, then you need to get out into the water.

Mono Lake has the most amazing all natural sculptures called the tufa. These formations take on a whole new perspective when you paddle by them in a boat. Learn about Mono Lake's history on a guided kayak tour. The migratory birds make for an unforgettable boating adventure.

Most all the major lakes in the Eastern Sierra have Marinas with rentals and quite often there is an affordable half-day rate that will put you on the water for almost nothing. Boat rentals are available at the following lakes, and check out what's available in our Mammoth sporting goods sections.

Mammoth Area
  • Twin Lakes
  • Lake Mamie
  • Lake Mary
  • Lake George
  • Horseshoe Lake
June Lake Area
  • Grant Lake
  • Silver Lake
  • Gull Lake
  • June Lake
North Mono County
  • Topaz Lake
  • Twin Lakes - Bridgeport
  • Bridgeport Reservoir
  • Mono Lake
Crowley Area
  • Convict Lake
  • Crowley Lake
  • Rock Creek Lake




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