Whether it is the historical town of Bridgeport, or the bustling town of Mammoth Lakes or the quiet majestic beauty of June Lake, you’ll find locations that will highlight the mountain-town feel of Mono County and the Eastern Sierra.
The Sierra Nevada Mountain Range provides a jaw-dropping background to your project. Whether you’re looking to be up close and personal or have views of the mountains from a distance, Mono County has the perfect location.
Mono County has some of the most breathtaking bodies of water that you could possibly imagine. Whether it is the scenic and infamous Convict Lake or the quiet and serene landscape of Virginia Lakes, you’ll have the perfect lakeside escape for your filming pleasure.
From the West Walker River to the Owens River Gorge and everything in between, Mono County has the water features you need. From quiet creeks to raging waterfalls or fish filled rivers we’ve got it all. Let the wild and scenic beauty of our waterways guide you to the perfect locations.
With a wide variety of roads throughout Mono County, you’ll be sure to find exactly what you are looking for. We have windy twists and turns, rugged dirt roads for a true wilderness feel or stretches of highways that highlight the beautiful backdrops that exist in Mono County.
Bodie State Historic Park, or sometimes better known as Bodie Ghost Town, is the West’s largest unrestored ghost town. With spooky scenery and captivating cabins, this ghost town will bring any movie alive… or, at least maybe back from the dead. Whether you’re project is education based, a historical documentary, scary movie or anything in between, Bodie has the abandoned feel and rolling hills you’ve been looking for. Note: Visitation is high in the summer months with tours and programs offered daily. It is also helpful to know that the road going into Bodie is a dirt road and can be rough and narrow in some locations. Please do not hesitate to call our staff with any questions regarding this beautiful, one of a kind area.
Nowhere else can you find a body of water quite like Mono Lake. With tufa towers rising above the water to create curious looking castles, this lake is a producers dream. Home to a unique ecosystem and equally impressive landscapes, Mono Lake is your destination for filming.
The gateway to the east entrance of Yosemite, Tioga Pass is a sight to be seen. With Fall Colors that will amaze and lakes upon lakes on your way to Yosemite, it is sure to not disappoint. The Tioga Pass Road, which has been famously filmed in many car commercials and even the original Herbie The Love Bug movie in 1969, is the perfect backdrop to showcase your commercial or movie. With mountain cliffs and a sheer drop down to the canyon floor, Tioga Pass is your gateway to a great shot.
A California treasure, Devils Postpile is one of a kind location. This National Monument is a unique landscape with tower-like rock formations and the mountain scenery to match. Located just minutes away from Mammoth Lakes, CA and the conveniences of being in close proximity, filming here is a breeze. Questions on permits or where to obtain them? Feel free to call us and we’ll explain it all so that you can get your next project going in Devils Postpile National Monument.
No matter what season you decide to film on Mammoth Mountain or June Mountain, you can bet that you’ll walk away with the awe-inspiring shots that you were looking for. World class skiing locations during the winter season and amazing hiking and mountain biking trails during the summer time, you’ll find your adventure on Mammoth and June Mountains.
With an annual snow fall of 400 inches on Mammoth Mountain and 250 inches on June Mountain, you’re sure to have plenty of snow during the winter time.
During the summer, you can count on accessible filming locations chalk full of adventure and beauty. These locations also are great areas for staging and storing equipment while on location.
No matter what your need is, these ski areas are great multipurpose locations for your film project needs.
Mono County is home to some of the most picturesque ranchlands in the nation. With wide open landscapes, fields of flowers and some of the most interesting and beautiful barns and buildings you have ever seen, we’ve got the next spot for your filming project.
With as many types of trees as there are colors of the leaves, you’ll surely find a variety of groves and backgrounds to fit your project needs. During the fall season, aspen groves light up with bright hues of orange, yellow, red and green that speaks to the one of kind ecosystems that exists in Mono County and the Eastern Sierra.
Carpets of wildflowers bloom all throughout Mono County during the spring, summer and fall seasons. Lush and beautiful meadows are home to wildlife and some of the most impressive landscapes in the Eastern Sierra. With the variety of life that exists in these areas, there is never a shortage of filming locations.
One of the most impressive and well-kept secrets of the Eastern Sierra is our brilliant Fall Colors. Hues of fiery red, luminous yellow and vibrant oranges cover the landscapes and set the tone for a unique and beautiful scene. Truly a photographers dream, this time of year is perfect to get those once-in-a-lifetime shots that even Ansel Adams would be envious of.
Winter in the Eastern Sierras brings new opportunities for filming in Mono County. With snow covered mountain tops and icy lakes and rivers, this winter wonderland is sure to deliver on impressive and memorable landscapes. Whether you’re looking for a couple inches or a couple feet, Mono County will definitely deliver on the perfect winter scenery.