Tioga Lodge at Mono Lake, historically known as Hammond Station, was originally built as a Toll Station over 100 years ago. The two historic buildings housing the restaurant and the conference center were moved on site from the nearby gold mining town of Bodie, now a State Historic Park and ghost town.
Tioga Lodge was restored and updated about 20 years ago after sitting dormant for many years. Our rooms are uniquely decorated to portray a bit of local history and to give the ambiance of times past so you can experience what early Settlers once knew it to be. Consequently, if you are looking for the luxury of modern day in-room AMENITIES (TV, telephone and air conditioning), you may be disappointed. However, if you enjoy rustic old world charm, you will enjoy our property.
Services for Discerning Clients
Private Access to Shorelines of Mono Lake
Summer outdoor adventures
Gourmet restaurant with alternative Vegetarian/Spa Cuisine
Wireless internet access at designated locations.
Conference facilities for small groups
Wedding, Bird watching, Photography, Biking groups welcomed
Come visit us and check out our lovely and quaint comfy cabins. Each of our cosy cabins is uniquely themed and personally decorated.
Nestled in the heart of the country-side, our lodge is perfectly located at the west shore of Mono Lake. Come enjoy the beautiful view.
Hammond Station Restaurant
From a historic building moved from Bodie, a new restaurant has emerged on the shores of Mono Lake. The original restaurant opened in 1918.