Enjoy professional award-winning live theatre in the ambiance of the fully renovated historic 134 year-old Theatre, offering 265 seats, including balcony. Musicals, comedies and dramas are produced year-round by Sierra Repertory Theatre. Tickets are $32-$47, with student, child, senior, and Veterans discounts available.
Kennedy Meadows’ family and friends welcome you to the Gateway of the Emigrant Wilderness. Since 1917, Kennedy Meadows Resort has been a destination for people to come and enjoy the High Sierra.
Kennedy Meadows has something for everyone, with its 1950’s charm and hospitality. For generations, people have enjoyed our rustic cabins, general store, old-fashioned saloon, horseback riding, and family style dining.
Surrounding Kennedy Meadows is the Stanislaus National Forest and Emigrant Wilderness areas. This provides opportunities for beautiful hikes and riding to nearby lakes and streams, excellent fishing and hunting, stunning scenery for the photographer and a chance to enjoy Mother Nature at her finest.
With throwback charm and a treasure trove of historic artifacts, Columbia State Historic Park presents the Gold Rush in living, breathing color. Costumed docents do more than lead tours of this carefully preserved mother lode town in Tuolumne County—the state’s second largest city at the peak of the Gold Rush; they actually live and work here in a variety of period-appropriate shops and trades. Catch a ride on an authentic stagecoach, order a cold, locally made sarsaparilla soda in a Western-style saloon, or feel the heat in a working blacksmith's forge. There’s also a Wells Fargo express office and other relics of California's early mining days. The town even sounds authentic—no cars allowed here, though you will hear the clip-clop of horses.
In addition to the tasting room, cidery, distillery and gift shop, the Watsons have developed the 160-acre ranch into a retreat for visitors to enjoy, complete with a park-like setting, tree-lined paths, a covered bridge, picnic grounds and two mile-and-a-half hiking trails; one of them passing an old mine and offering Phoenix Lake views.
Sonora Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.933m (9,624ft) above the sea level, located in Sierra Nevada, in Mono County, California, United States.
The road to the pass is asphalted. It’s called State Route 108. The road turns so sharply in places that you’ll see cars almost stop going around corners. It’s a true mountain road, very beautiful through alpine meadows.
At Railtown 1897 State Historic Park in Jamestown, California, history comes to life with vintage steam trains, a working roundhouse, and the timeless Sierra Railway Shops, a designated California Historical Landmark.
Located near Dodge Ridge Ski Area and the popular resort of Pinecrest, historic Aspen Meadow is the gateway to one of California’s most breathtaking wilderness areas. Towering granite peaks, long alpine meadows, stunning lakes and abundant wildlife are yours to explore – from the back of a horse! Aspen Meadow Pack Station is open seven days a week, and operates June through September depending on snowfall.
Aspen Meadow offers horses and pack mules, ideally suited to carry you and your gear over any terrain. The horses at Aspen Meadow are raised in the mountains and are trained and ridden by the Aspen Meadow staff for many years before they are able to carry a customer. This ensures sure-footedness and a comfortable ride to your destination. The riding stock is matched to your ability, whether you are a novice or a seasoned rider. Each pack mule can carry up to 150 pounds of gear – so you don’t have to!
Activities in Emigrant Wilderness include hiking, swimming, fishing and hunting. Rainbow and Brook trout are found in almost all lakes and streams in the area. In addition, three major deer herds – Jawbone, Yosemite and Stanislaus herds – live in Emigrant Basin.