Tuolumne County Visitor’s Bureau – All the outdoor activities you love… skiing, biking, hiking, rafting, fishing, camping, and more. The arts, theater, museums, and entertainment abound. In the Sierra Nevada foothills, you won’t feel crowded. You’ll have that great unfenced feeling because there are so many different things to do while in the historic Gold Country.
Tuolumne County Movie – This is a link to a 6 minute movie of local scenes on the TC film commission site, tc.org
Tuolumne River Preservation – From the group that helped get the Wild and Scenic status for our incredible river that starts 11,000 feet high in Yosemite Park. They host the Watershed Center in Groveland during the summer. Information on river flows, hikes, rafting companies, and preservation of the Tuolumne and Clavey River
Strawberry Music Festival – Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends at Camp Mather on Evergreen Road. Outdoor music, great names and new names, jam sessions, family activities for one day or all four days.
Columbia State Park – Re-creation of a Gold Rush era town, located a couple miles North of Sonora
Stage 3 Theater Company – Intimate theater experience in Sonora. California history, musicals, first run plays, etc.
Sierra Repertory Theater – Year-round professional plays at two theaters in Columbia and Sonora. Superb actors, old standards and new plays.
Hotel Charlotte – Historic and affordable 10-room B&B hotel on Groveland’s Main Street. Guests enjoy free Internet access, daily buffet breakfast, TV and Game Room, and full porch overlooking downtown Groveland.
Groveland Hotel – Gourmet restaurant and 22 rooms in a beautifully refurbished 1850’s building, next to the Iron Door
Yosemite Rose Bed & Breakfast – An 1800’s Italianate Revival Victorian built in 2002 on 90 acres with pond, about 18 miles to Yosemite’s Highway 120 entrance. Five guest rooms with private baths, billiards room, music room, library and separate private “honeymoon cottage”. Beautifully decorated, gorgeous views, horse stables, walking trails.
Evergreen Lodge – Near Camp Mather on the way to Hetch Hetchy Reservoir. Also has a restaurant.
Berkshire Inn – Bed and Breakfast, Built in 1988, this sprawling lodge sits high on 20 wooded acres one mile East of Groveland, with nature trails and beautiful vistas.
Pine Mountain Lake Aviation Association – The pilots at PML have monthly dinner meetings with outstanding speakers. This is a large and socially active group of flying enthusiasts. Their website features links to their newsy color newsletters and is quick to navigate. A membership application is on-line.
Bodie Ghost Town – Bodie Ghost Town State Historic Park, East of Highway 395, near Bridgeport
Mono Lake – Mono Lake is a majestic body of water covering about 65 square miles. It is an ancient lake, over 1 million years old – one of the oldest lakes in North America. It has no outlet . Located on Highway 395, 13 miles east of Yosemite National Park, near the town of Lee Vining, California.
Mortgage 101 – Mortgage information, interest rates, mortgage calculators, quick-and-easy pre-qualification forms, and much more.
The Moving Coach – This free program helps you identify, communicate with, and contract with top moving companies. Exclusively available to customers of RE/MAX,”Van Lines Made Simple” provides insurance, price guarantees and discounts. This is a “no fee” move management assistance service.
100 Features in Home Staging – From HGTV’s shows Designed to Sell, The Stagers, Get it Sold, Secrets That Sell, Curb Appeal , and The Unsellables.
Home and Garden TV index of shows. Go to the home page of HGTV.com and scroll down to the Index of Shows. Pick the show, like “Designed to Sell”, enter a date range, and it will go to descriptions of episodes during that time.