The Tourist Information Center of Lone Pine, CA

The Lone Pine Chamber Office is located at 120 South Main Street, the historical building of the Lone Pine Hotel. Small businesses are housed in what used to be hotel rooms. Come in and browse through our racks of information. We would be happy to answer your questions about our area.

The Chamber Board Meetings are held at 7am the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Mt. Whitney Cafe Conference Room. Everyone is Welcome.

Lone Pine California Tourist Brochures & Maps

Inyo County Visitor’s Guide

Movie Road Self Guided Map

Inyo County Campground Map

Campground Guide to Inyo County

Lone Pine Fishing Guide

Eastern Sierra Fishing Guide

Fall Colors Map

Concierge Services

The Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce is prepared to provide the best personal service to guests looking to experience all of the unique features of the Eastern Sierra! Don’t hesitate to call!

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Some Local Events

Early Opener Trout Derby

Unplug and step out for a great day of fishing . . . something for the whole family. Every kid, 12 and under, who catches a fish will get a prize! Held at Diaz Lake, south of Lone Pine.

Lone Pine Film Festival

We hope to see you  OCTOBER 6-8 2017 for the world famous Lone Pine Film Festival. Yes, Mix, Maynard and Hoxie lead the bill, but the Festival screens and stages for the weekend present a broad […]

Wild West Marathon

As the United State’s third oldest trail marathon behind Pikes Peak and Catalina Island, the Wild Wild West Marathon features a challenging point to point course starting in the foothill outside of Lone Pine, California (220 miles east of Los Angeles) and traversing the eastern Sierra foothills.

Death Valley Wildflowers

The early sprouting of wildflowers due to autumn rains in Death Valley is happening. This is typical of a rare ‘super bloom’ which may be what this will become once the El Nino rains start […]

Self-Guided Tours

The wonderful memories that the Lone Ranger and Tonto, Hopalong Cassidy, Roy Rogers and Clint Eastwood bring to mind are all part of the unique era of Hollywood film making known as the westerns.

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Located 7 miles north of Line Pine on Highway 395, the Manzanar National Historic Site contains evidence of several historical eras. The Paiute and Shoshone people occupied the Manzanar area for centuries. American Indian archeological sites are important parts of the Manzanar story.

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Movie Road (Northern Loop — 2 1/2 miles west of Lone Pine, turn north at street sign). Flanked by a spectacular, low range or weathered, rocky hills named the Alabama Hills after a Civil War Battleship, with a striking desert flower display in the spring.

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Roadside Heritage Explore the Eastern Sierra. As Highway 395 winds its way along the eastern edge of the Eastern Sierra, you will encounter a diverse natural and cultural landscape. Here you can explore and listen to our interactive maps or view our videos.

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