Mt. Williamson Motel and Base Camp
Hot breakfast, dog friendly, backpacker resupply services and bighorn sheep murals!
The Mt. Williamson Motel and Base Camp offers rustic and
affordable accommodations at the foot of the majestic Eastern Sierra
Nevada. We are located on Highway 395 in Independence, California, halfway
between Death Valley and Yosemite National Park, and ideally located for recreation in and around the Eastern Sierra.
We offer small-town hospitality and a complete free hot breakfast. Each of our cabins has a sitting
area where you can relax outside, a full bathroom, a refrigerator and a microwave. And there's free wi-fi and cable TV. To check on rates or make a reservation, click here.
The Williamson is under new ownership. We now offer
complete resupply, shuttle service and logistical support for
backpackers on the John Muir and Pacific Crest Trails. We invite hikers to stay and share your stories with us. We also encourage fishermen and hunters to make the Williamson your Base Camp — ask about our special rates for longer stays.
We are dog friendly. One of our cabins includes a fenced sitting area where Fido can stretch his legs. And be sure to check out the murals of the
endangered Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep on the motel's exterior walls. The Mt. Williamson Motel is the first leg of the Migrating Mural project by artist Jane Kim and the Sierra Nevada Big Horn Sheep Foundation.
Read what other people think of us on Trip Advisor and Yelp.
Make a reservation online, call us at 760-878-2121 (toll free at 855-787-4333) or email MtWilliamsonMotel@gmail.com.
"Wir sprechen Deutsch"
"Nous parler un peu Francais"
Home of the Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Migrating Mural