June Lake is an unincorporated community in Mono County, California. It is located along the southern rim of the Mono Basin, 12.5 miles south of Lee Vining and resides at an elevation of 7654 feet.
June Mountain is a winter resort in northern California, located near June Lake, southeast of Yosemite National Park. The charming June Lake is located four miles in from the Highway 395 turnoff, beautifully positioned between the landmarks of June Lake and June Mountain. The majority of the developed community exists narrowly along a five-mile stretch of California State Route 158, often referred to as the June Lake Loop Road, or in the populated areas, Boulder Drive. The Mono County Community Development Department defines the planning area of June Lake to encompass the entire June Lake Loop, including the section of U.S. Route 395 between the north and south junctions of the Loop Road.
The population of the town is approximately 600; all are full-time residents. In the summer, there are over 2,500 visitors: anglers, campers, tourists, backpackers and outdoors enthusiasts. June Lake is a quaint resort community with an authentic hometown atmosphere. The chief industry is tourism, with lodging and vacation rentals ranging from cottages and cabins to motels and full-service resorts. The newest addition to the town is the Double Eagle Resort and Spa. This property offers luxurious accommodations along with a pool, Jacuzzi, fitness center, massage therapy, a restaurant and bar. Other places to stay include Boulder Lodge, Gull Lake Lodge, The Haven, Four Seasons, Silver Lake Resort, Reverse Creek Lodge, Lake Front Cabins, June Lake Village Inn, June Lake Pines Cottages, Whispering Pines, June Lake Motel, Heidelberg Inn, the Knoll Hauls, Fern Creek Lodge and Big Rock Resort. There are also vacation homes and condominiums available for transient occupancy. During the fair weather months, the June Lake Loop offers RV camping at: Silver Lake Resort RV Park, Pine Cliff Resort, June Lake RV Park, Golden Pine RV Park and Grant Lake Marina. There are also public campgrounds on the lands of the Inyo National Forest at Oh Ridge, June Lake, Gull Lake, Reversed Creek and Silver Lake.