Monmouth Lakes and Mono County, California
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Monmouth Lakes and Mono County, California


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Mono County is in the east central portion of California, to the east of the Sierra Nevada between Yosemite National Park and Nevada. The county seat is Bridgeport. The only incorporated city in the county is Mammoth Lakes, which is located at the foot of Mammoth Mountain. Other locations, such as June Lake, are also famous as skiing and fishing resorts.

Located in the middle of the county is Mono Lake, a vital habitat for millions of migratory and nesting birds. The lake is located in a wild natural setting, with pinnacles of tufa arising out of the salty and alkaline lake. Also located in Mono County is Bodie, the official state gold rush ghost town, which is now a California State Historic Park.

Mono County is a place of wild beauty and adventure. In California's Eastern Sierra, it is a land of high plains, dramatic alpine backdrops, and clear lakes and streams. Beauty is everywhere. You'll see it in the snowy sawtooth peaks of the Sierra Nevada, in wildflower-carpeted alpine meadows, at jewel-like lakes, surrounded by the fragrance of desert sage, and amid the bizarre tufa towers and millions of birds of Mono Lake. Adventure is everywhere, too. You'll find it exploring the ghost town of Bodie, riding pack animals into the High Sierra, fishing for trophy-sized trout in a cobalt-blue lake, coasting a bike down a mountain, hiking though fall color, and skiing at Mammoth or June Mountain.

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