MCGEE CREEK LODGE IS OPEN!! Convict Lake Resort is excited to announce the acquisition of the McGee Creek Lodge. McGee Creek Lodge is located just 6 miles from Convict Lake Resort. The Lodge features 8 rooms with spectacular views and 2 cabins. We began renovations in October and are excited to invite everyone to come […]
The health and safety of our guests & staff is a priority to us. When visiting our Resort, please social distance. Face masks are required in our General Store and while interacting with staff members.
Between each guest stay, our cabins are thoroughly sanitized. All linens are removed and replaced with freshly laundered ones. Toiletries and paper products are replaced.
In 1929 the resort was officially established as Convict Lake Camp and owned by Bill Garner. Prior to that the resort area was referred to as Raymer’s Camp. Ownership was passed to the Wenger Family in 1962 and to the current owners 1982.
We have 28 cozy mountain cabins and 3 lodges. All cabins are pet-friendly, fully furnished, with fully equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi, propane grills, DirectTV, paper products, towels, and bedding.
Mono Jim is a newly built studio cabin, nestled in the Aspen trees with views of Laurel Mountain & Mt Morrison.
Bishop Mountain Cabin was built in the 1930’s, & is located on the Upper Aspen Loop, with views of Mt. Morrison, Sevehah Cliffs, Laurel Mt. and Laurel Ridge.
The Laurel Ridge Vacation Home is our most luxurious house with 360 degree views of Morrsion Loop.
UP TO 34 GUESTS
The Mt. Morrison Vacation Home is our largest house with views of Glacial Moraine, Mt. Morrison, Laurel Mountain and Laurel Ridge.
Our cabins and lodges provide an ideal base for all of your Eastern Sierra adventures. With a top rated onsite restaurant and multitude of amenities, you’ll have an unforgettable visit.
The Restaurant at Convict Lake is widely recognized as the finest restaurant in the Eastern Sierra and a “locals” choice for special occasions. Dine in a romantic and casually elegant atmosphere located just 10 minutes from Mammoth Lakes across from the Mammoth/Yosemite Airport.