Location of June Lake in Mono County, California dream big espanol pdf. The population was 629 at the 2010 census.
In the Summer that can grow by 2500 visitors: fisherman, campers, tourists, backpackers and outdoors enthusiasts. June Lake’s looped valley, often described as a horseshoe-shaped canyon, was formed by glacial action. The Rush Creek glacier split in two when it encountered the resistant rock of what is now known as Reversed Peak. The main glacier flowed toward the north creating the Rush Creek Canyon. When the glacier receded it left behind terminal moraine material in the area now known as Oh! The overflow from these spring-fed lakes flows back toward the mountain range and thus is named Reversed Creek.