Aspen Springs/Toms Place/Sunny Slopes

Aspen Springs

Aspen Springs is a small community of about 65 residents located between the community of Crowley Lake and Toms Place.

The community lies at an elevation of 7,109 feet and is mostly comprised of people who work in nearby Mammoth Lakes, along with some seasonal homes.

Aspen Springs is also known for its equestrian properties and for its wide-open rural character.

Above the community, Red Mountains dominates the landscape, while large, irrigated meadows sprawl in a giant, green carpet below the community. Aspen Springs is prized by its residents for its quiet, it’s incredible views of the Glass Mountains and Sierra and for an ability to talk your pet goat down the road as through that was an everyday occurrence. In Aspen Springs, it is!

Toms Place

Toms Place is located two miles south of Aspen Springs at the junction with U.S. Highway 395 and Rock Creek Road. Toms Place has only a few, year-around residents and it functions mostly as the site for the bustling Toms Place resort, which includes, cabins and a bar and restaurant. Toms Place is also an essential stop place for visitors wishing to explore Rock Creek Canyon and the high Sierra alpine country at the end of Rock Creek Road, which leads to the highest trailhead in the Sierra and into the spectacular Rock Creek Lakes Basin.

Sunny Slopes

Sunny Slopes is a small, unincorporated Mono County community comprised mostly of residents who work in Mammoth or Bishop, along with some second home owners and retirees. The community is located just to the east of a four-way junction of U.S. Highway 395 where Rock Creek Road heads west and the Owens Gorge Road goes east.

Sunny Slopes is a loosely organized subdivision comprised of rural lots of various sizes. Sunny Slopes had about 182 residents at the last Census count. The community prizes its spectacular views of the Sierra crest, nearby Rock Creek, the quiet, the wildlife wandering through town on a regular basis and the easy access to the Owens Gorge area.

Mono County Paramedic Station 3
3150 Main Street
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
(760) 934-3049
24-Hour Station: (760) 934-3049

Long Valley Fire Protection District
3605 Crowley Lake Drive
(760) 935-4545

Mammoth Hospital
85 Sierra Park Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
(760) 934-3311

Mammoth Unified School District
461 Sierra Park Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
(760) 934-6802

Mammoth Elementary School
1500 Meridian Blvd
(760) 934-7545

Mammoth Middle School
600 Meridian Blvd
(760) 934-7072

Mammoth High School
365 Sierra Park Rd
(760) 934-8541

Sierra High School (alternative high school)
461 Sierra Park Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
(760) 934-3702

Southern California Edison
(800) 655-4555

Birchim Community Services District
636 Owens Gorge Road
Tom’s Place, CA 93546
(760) 924-4605

Verizon: (800) 922-0204,
AT&T: (800) 331-0500,
Frontier Communications: 800-921-8101,

Broadband 760) 873-4377,
Race Communications: (877) 722-3833,

Eastern Sierra Transit Authority/ESTA
703 Airport Rd
Bishop, CA 93515
(760) 872-1901 or (800) 922-1930

The CREST Bus runs several days a week between Reno, Nevada and Lancaster, California along U.S. Highway 395. The bus can make stops in all communities along this route

Mammoth Yosemite Airport
1300 Airport Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
(760) 934-3813

Crowley Lake Mono County Library
3627 Crowley Lake Dr.
Crowley Lake, CA 93546
(760) 935-4505

Community Center
Crowley Lake Community Center
58 Pearson Road
Crowley Lake, California 93546
(760) 932-5405