Welcome to beautiful June Lake! 
We hope your stay will be adventurous and memorable.

The safety and well-being of our guests is of the utmost importance to us.
June Lake Premier Reservations has put together some important and helpful information for you.
 
Mono County Corona Virus Guidelines
  1. Your vacation rental has been cleaned and sanitized to the highest standards.  Our housekeepers wear facial masks and gloves during the cleaning of the property. You will notice there are no bedspreads, quilts, duvets, decorative pillow coverings, throw pillows, and bathroom throw rugs within the property. These items have been removed for your safety. 
  2. All beds have been made with an extra flat sheet to replace the bedspreads.  These sheets are replaced with freshly laundered sheets for all new guests. Our pillows are double-cased.
  3. Please Note: The entire inventory of kitchen essentials (cooking instruments, drinking glasses & flatware) will not be washed after each departure.  All items used from the previous guests will be washed and put away.  We recommend our guests take precautions and wash all kitchen items before using them.
  4. Prior to your check-in, we will call you with directives regarding the no-touch check-in and check-out procedures and answer any questions you may have. 
If you find an issue in your vacation property, please call our office number at 760-648-7681.  We will contact you as quickly as possible. Please note non-emergencies will be addressed on the next business day. If you need grocery items or supplies, the June Lake General Store is open 7 days a week. Please call the store for their current hours of business.

June Lake Premier Reservations does not guarantee the WIFI and Cable service. Please be aware the WIFI and Cable service in the mountains can be slow at times and may go out due to severe weather conditions.  If this happens, we apologize in advance and will try to keep you informed of the progress in repairing these services.

It is possible to experience an occasional power-outage during the summer months in the Eastern Sierra, as Southern California Edison will power-down in the event of extreme high winds and the potential for fire.  These outages can last from a few hours to 24 hours or more.