Food and Lodging
Stay in a classic American motor court or RV resort. Old time roadside burger stops and general stores feel as timeless as surrounding cottonwood groves. Topaz, Coleville, and Walker, California each offer small-town amenities and friendly smiles in winter, spring, summer, and fall. Four places to stay in Walker are all roadside gems: Andruss Motel, Toiyabe Motel, West Walker Motel and Sierra Retreat Motel.
Ride horses with Little Antelope Pack Station
Located on Mill Creek Road, just outside of the town of Walker, Little Antelope Pack Station offers all inclusive pack trips, extended trips, spot trips and day trips for horseback riding enthusiasts. Travel by horseback into the Slinkard/Little Antelope Wildlife Area which is comprised of nearly 11,684 acres of gently sloping valley to deep canyons and rocky slopes. Many streams and springs flow through lush meadows that are surrounded by pine and aspen woodlands. This area is noted for excellent fishing and hunting.
ATV and UTV Rides
Stop into any Walker business to ask the locals where they like to ride, or plan your trip during the annual ATV Jamboree. Held every June, this event offers guided rides through some of California's most awesome and wild backcountry!
Hiking in Summer and Fall
The Eastern Sierra has been rated No. 2 for fall color viewing in the nation by GORP.com and is one of TravelandLeisure.com's Best Fall Color Drives in America. Enjoy the drive or get out and hike on one of the area's many trails, such as Emma Lake Trail and Molybdenite Creek Trail. The best time of the year in Mono County for wildflower viewing is May and June; the best time of the year to see fall colors is late September and early October.