You are invited to share in the beauty and serenity of the Sierra Nevada at Red's Meadow, a unique mountain resort only 9 miles from Mammoth Mountain and one mile from Devil’s Postpile and Rainbow Falls. We have a general store, café, rental cabins, horseback rides, and backcountry trips. We are here to give you the experience of a lifetime!
At Red’s Meadow you will find something for everyone. Come escape to the other side of Mammoth Mountain where you will find crystal-clear streams, emerald lakes and virgin forests – the perfect place to camp, fish, hike, and horseback ride or enjoy rest and solitude. As a family owned business since 1960, Red's Meadow Resort & Pack Station and Agnew Meadows Pack Station, the Tanner family realizes that you - our guest, has made the place what it is today - as a family we continue to put an emphasis on dedication to customer service and quality products. Today, a second and third generation of the family, and a dedicated staff, continue to blend old-fashioned service and experience with the latest technology and equipment. We hope you enjoy "our backyard"!
A 2-Hour horseback excursion just downstream from the Postpile formation, Rainbow Falls drops an impressive 101 feet. This obscure part of the National Park System features unique basalt rock formations and inspiring trail rides.
Ready for a multi-day adventure in the Sierra? These trips can depart from Red’s Meadow or Agnew Meadows Pack Stations.
The Mule House Cafe serves delicious meals guaranteed to satisfy hikers, fisherman and campers alike. We dish up hearty breakfasts, classic sandwiches and burgers for lunch and dinner. Top off your meals with our famous milkshakes or a piece of homemade pie.
If you are a hiker on the John Muir Trail or Pacific Crest Trail, you can send yourself a Resupply Package!
Red’s Meadow Mountain Cabins, and Motel Rooms are an inexpensive and convenient option when staying in California’s Park System. You will savor the qualities of this real Mammoth summer vacation lodging experience at Devil’s Postpile National Monument.