Drive or Fly to June Lake, California

June Lake is located two miles off Highway 395. The highway into June Lake is 158. June Lake is on the June Lake Loop, a 16 mile loop running thru town and by four lakes between the towns of Lee Vining and Mammoth Lakes. The north entrance is closed during winter but the south entrance is always open into June Lake.

Be prepared for winter driving conditions at any time. Winter conditions can occur in October and continue through April/May. Check with Cal Trans at 1-800-427-7623 for the latest driving conditions. It's way easier and cheaper to have chains with you than it is to find chains when you need them!!
Bakersfield, CA - 5 hours, 283 miles
Death Valley, CA - 5 hours, 237 miles
Fresno, CA - 4 hours, 174 miles*
Las Vegas, NV - 6 hours, 335 miles
Los Angeles, CA - 6 hours, 323 miles
Reno, NV - 3 hours, 155 miles
Sacramento, CA - 4.5 hours, 226 miles
San Diego, CA - 7 hours, 443 miles
San Francisco, CA -5 hours, 244 miles*
Santa Barbara, CA - 7 hours, 377 miles
Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park - 1 hour, 49 miles (Highway 120 closed in winter)
Yosemite Valley - 2.5 hours, 90 miles (Highway 120 closed in winter)
*Longer distance and driving time in the winter due to Highway 120 closure. Use alternate route.
Driving times are approximate and depends on current weather conditions.


Mammoth Yosemite Airport is located in the heart of Mono County making travel to Mono County even easier. Connect to Mono County from dozens of cities across the U.S. and internationally via year-round flights from Los Angeles and seasonally from Burbank, San Diego and San Francisco.

Year-Round Flights from Los Angeles (LAX)
Direct flights are available to Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) from Los Angeles (LAX) on Alaska Airlines all year long. Visit for more information and tickets. 
Winter-Only Flights from San Diego (SAN), San Francisco (SFO) & Burbank (BUR)
San Diego: In the winter months, fly direct to Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) from San Diego (SAN) on Alaska Airlines. Visit for more information and tickets. 
San Francisco: United Airlines also has nonstop service to Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) from San Francisco (SFO) in the winter. Visit for information and tickets.
Burbank: JetSuite X offers a private jet experience for commercial prices. Each seat of the 30-passenger plane includes first-class amenities, such as extra legroom and complimentary drinks and snacks throughout the flight. Plus, TSA checks are not required for this private service, so passengers can skip the lines and arrive in Mammoth Lakes even faster. Flights are available in winter months. Visitors can also connect to Mammoth Lakes from New York (JFK) via Burbank by way of Jet Blue, the JetSuite X parent company. Visit to book or call 800-435-9579

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