As many of you know, we had planned to go live with online reservations for our 2024 season on February 15 as in previous years.  Unfortunately, we are unable to do so as we do not have clarity from the Forest Service regarding access to Red’s Meadow for our guests and the general public. While we wholeheartedly support improvements to the Red’s Meadow Road, we hope a balance of improvements to the road while allowing visitor access can be achieved.

Please stay tuned for updates, as we will post any relevant information as we receive it from the Forest Service.

Thank you for your patience and Happy Trails!

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.

The Red’s Meadow Resort is located at the comfortable elevation of 7,500 feet. At the Resort you will find a general store, the Mule House Café, and cabins to rent. At the General Store you can arrange for a backcountry trip into the High Sierra, short horseback ride, or just a hot shower if that’s what you need. There are 7 campgrounds located nearby – Reds Meadow, Devils Postpile, Minaret Falls, Pumice Flats, Pumice Flat group, upper Soda Springs and Agnew Meadows.

We hope you enjoy “our backyard!”

As a family owned business since 1934, 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.

Learn more about our history here.

These Showers Will Make You Sing!

We have a shower facility available to everyone. This spacious facility houses six private showers with two generous water heaters, so we can accommodate a large number of hikers and campers.

There are also public restrooms and a fresh water spigot nearby.

Need ideas for what to do?

Take a horseback ride

Ride the affordable and scenic Red’s Meadow Shuttle Bus loop

Hike to Devils Postpile National Monument and/or Rainbow Falls, and visit Lakes nearby

Fish in the San Joaquin, Sotcher, Starkweather, and Kings Creeks

Mountain bike on Mammoth Mountain (or ski if the season is open)

Have one of our decadent milkshakes at the Mule House Café

Go check out the ghost town called Bodie.

Visit Mammoth Lakes for some shopping and nightlife.

At Red’s Meadow you will find something for everyone.
Red's Meadow Rules
Based on 228 reviews
Sara Treiber-Stahl
Sara Treiber-Stahl
It was sadly the day the Creek fire started, so it was terribly smokey. The staff was very kind and professional, the restrooms were kept very clean, their prices are not terrible (unless you get a milkshake, holy cow, $15 a pop, but very yummy)
Jeffrey Bassett
Jeffrey Bassett
Great group of folks run this place, they go above and beyond for hikers. When we had to bail from the trail because of wildfire smoke they made sure we were able to pick up our resupply bucket. Thanks Karen!
Trevor Madison
Trevor Madison
The milkshakes & food items are great. The showers could be better...
rene chihuahua
rene chihuahua
Very good!
Cindy Poore
Cindy Poore
The little restaurant serves the best, huge sandwiches! Yum!
David Green
David Green
Super helpful staff. General store was nice. The horseback ride was enjoyable.
Steven Stechschulte
Steven Stechschulte
This place is awesome, get cold beers at the store and enjoy the outdoor picnic tables!
Shani Hubbard
Shani Hubbard
Nice little place.