Category: Spring

The Benefits of Going Rock Climbing Near June Lake, CA

Have you ever tried rock climbing? It has many benefits. For starters, rock climbing is a great way to build muscle and endurance. It can be quite the challenge to climb rocks– you have to use your hands, body and feet in ways they’re not normally used. Like climbing stairs or jogging, rock climbing is… Read more »

Reasons to Visit Yosemite National Park

Every American should take the time to visit Yosemite National Park at least once in their lifetime. It’s a national treasure. Yosemite National Park is in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, which runs 400 miles north-to-south and about 70 miles across, east-to-west, taking up a large amount of land in California and Nevada. Yosemite is… Read more »

Spending Time Outdoors is Good For Your Health

Pity prisoners in jail cells who never get to enjoy the outdoors– or office cubicle workers working under fluorescent lights in buildings with no windows. The thing is, spending time outdoors is good for you– it really is. Did you know research shows people exercise easier when outdoors? A study was done using cyclists pedaling… Read more »

Why June Mountain is Ideal for Families

    When they’re overcrowded, mountain resorts that promise peace, solitude, and enjoyable recreation during your winter vacation can fall sadly short. Expensive lift tickets, congested ski and snowshoe trails, and cramped sleeping accommodations are, however, all things you will not find at June Mountain and the nearby, family-friendly Big Rock Resort. Nestled in Northern… Read more »

Take the Family to Mammoth Mountain This Spring

Mammoth Mountain, California is a dream of a place for winter sport enthusiasts. There are plenty of slopes and resorts catering to avid and newcomer skiers and snowboarders. Recently, Olympic gold medalist Shaun White competed at a series of events in Mammoth Mountain that qualified him to compete at the upcoming games in Sochi, Germany…. Read more »

Come To The Big Rock Resort and See The Ansel Adams Wilderness

In the Sierra Nevada of California is a stretch of wilderness named after Ansel Adams. Adams was a photographer and environmentalist best known for his landscape photographs in black and white.  He was particularly interested in the American West and Yosemite National Park. The Ansel Adams Wilderness even reaches the June Lake Loop.   The… Read more »

Make A Reservation For A Pontoon Boat Today

One of the best ways to enjoy June Lake is out on a pontoon boat. A pontoon operates as a floatation device with buoyancy sufficient to float itself as well as the load it’s carrying. So, a pontoon boat is the vessel where a pontoon supports a flattish platform creating a raft, and in turn,… Read more »

Opening Day For Fishing Set For April 27th

  Spring is nearly here, and it’s time to get out the fishing equipment and tune up the boats.  In less than two months, we’ll be able to hit June Lake, CA with fishing on our minds. On April 27th, we’ve marked our calendars for the opening day of fishing, which is always an exciting… Read more »