About Double Eagle Resort & Spa
The four-season Double Eagle Resort & Spa is located in the Eastern Sierras at the base of Carson Peak amid rushing streams and soaring pines. Just 15 minutes from the eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park and Mono Lake, the rustic resort offers a catch-and-release fly fishing pond, miles of hiking and cycling trails, a local horse pack station all within minutes of the 14.8-acre property. Four Alpine lakes as close as two miles of the resort offer additional outdoor pursuits such as boating, swimming, stand-up paddleboarding and fishing, and in the area, which includes June Mountain and Mammoth Mountain, it is known for its premier winter skiing and snowboarding and Mammoth hosts a summer world class mountain bike park.
Guests can choose between private two-bedroom cabins with wood-burning fireplaces or stoves and resort rooms with private whirlpool tubs, both of which share picturesque scenic views. The spacious Creekside Spa offers more than 50 treatments, and amenities include a full-service fitness center, treatment rooms with fireplaces, and spa deck, where guests can enjoy the relaxing sights and sounds of the majestic mountains, pines, and streams while lunching from our restaurant.
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The 15,000-square-foot Creekside Spa comprises nine treatment rooms with fireplaces, a fitness center, a 60-foot heated indoor pool and co-ed Jacuzzi, Vichy shower, and boutique. Additional amenities include men's and women's locker rooms, whirlpools, and eucalyptus steam rooms, where guests can relax before or after treatments.
The extensive spa menu offers more than 50 treatments, ranging from massage to facials to body therapies. Our signature couples massage for two begins with a soothing aromatic soak in a private Victorian tub, followed by a 50-minute massage combing various techniques, and concludes with a glass of champagne or sparkling cider. Visit our salon for waxing and nail services.
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Location & Hours
Double Eagle Resort & Spa5587 Highway 158., P.O. Box 736
June Lake, CA 93529
- The Mammoth Yosemite Airport located approximately 25-minutes north drive by car. Double Eagle is also easily accessible from the Reno International Airport, located about three hours north from the resort.
- Double Eagle has a few "pet friendly" cabins and resort rooms available for those wishing to travel with their four-legged friends.
- June Lake enjoys all four seasons. Summer temperatures can reach up to about 85⁰ F (35⁰ C), while spring temps peak at approximately 55⁰ F (13⁰ C). Average autumn temperatures range from 50⁰ F-65⁰ F (10⁰ C-18⁰ C), while winter temps are can be around 20⁰ F to 35⁰ F (-7⁰ C-2⁰ C).
Facilities & Amenities
Double Eagle resort and its surrounding region are a recreational playground, offering guests ample outdoor activities such as nature walks, boating, stand-up paddleboarding, mountain biking, golf, kayaking, and horseback riding, in addition to ice climbing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, cross country and alpine skiing during the winter months. Those interested in fly fishing can cast a line in the resort's trout-filled ponds.
The Creekside Fitness Center is a fully equipped sports center with a free-weight area, circuit training stations, cardiovascular exercise deck, and classes featuring children's ballet, spinning, yoga, aqua aerobics, tai chi and snowshoe classes/tours. Personal training is available upon request.
Double Eagle is located 15 minutes from Yosemite National Park. Other popular sightseeing spots include Mono Lake, Bodie Ghost Town, a former gold mining town, and Devil's Post Pile, a national monument of volcanic basalt columns.
Food and Drink
Rooms & Dining
Accommodations include two-bedroom cabins and resort rooms appointed with outdoor decks that make the most of mountain, forest, or pond views. Cabins come equipped with kitchens, wood-burning stoves or fireplaces, and patio furniture with barbecue, while resort rooms feature private whirlpools, separate rain showers, and there is complimentary wireless Internet access throughout the property.
Dining options include Eagle's Landing Restaurant, which offers hearty entrées of steaks, fresh seafood, specialty salads, and more. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the restaurant reflects its rustic lodge ambience, with decor that includes woodland timber interiors, a wood-burning fireplace, and oversize picture windows offering magnificent views of the Eastern Sierra Mountains and Horsetail Falls. Healthy fare and vegetarian cuisine is available, and vegan diets can be accommodated upon request. The Eagle's Nest Saloon offers fine wines, cocktails, aperitifs and a great happy hour. Alfresco dining is available on the deck during the summer months.