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Friends of Nelder Grove

Friends of Nelder Grove

www.neldergrove.org

 

Friends of Nelder Grove is an informal group of citizens dedicated to sharing the cultural and natural history of Nelder Grove of Giant Sequoias with all who are interested in these magnificent trees.  

LynMar Pond Guest Ranch ~ a Byway Local Resource

LynMar Pond Guest Ranch
60072 Mammoth Pool Rd
North Fork, CA 93643
(559) 877-7260

www.lynmarpondranch.com


Located in North Fork, the "exact center" of California, on the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway. An ideal getaway for a vacation, romantic weekend, off site business meeting, small wedding, family reunion or any gathering where serenity & natural beauty are desired.

 
Grizzly Century Bike Ride

Grizzly Century

www.grizzlycentury.org

The Grizzly Century has become one of the premier rides in Central California. Great scenery, little traffic, and friendly service are among the attractions. All proceeds above expenses are donated to the Sierra Vista National Byway and other community projects.  
 

Coarsegold Historical Society
31899 Hwy 41
Coarsegold, CA 93614
(559) 642-4448

www.coarsegoldhistoricalsociety.com

Located just below the town of Coarsegold off of Highway 41, the Coarsegold Historic Museum is the home of a collection of artifacts stemming back to the 1800s. The complex is located on property that once was part of an old horse-drawn-freight wagon road and an original historical adobe freight way-station.  
 

Track & Trail Publications
P.O. Box 1247
Oakhurst, CA 93644
(559) 683-6984

www.trackandtrailpublications.com

A micro-press located in Oakhurst, California, at the southern gateway to Yosemite National Park. They are outdoor folks who like to explore backroads and jeep trails, hike, backpack, camp out and visit little known corners of the earth.  
willow creek history: a book

Willow Creek History
a book by Marcia Penner Freedman

www.willowcreekhistory.com

Readers of Willow Creek History: Tales of Cow Camps, Shake Makers and Basket Weavers can be drawn in whether they are history buffs, lovers of nature, people who enjoy a good story, or all of the above. Locals can gain an understanding for a relatively unknown creek in their midst.  Visitors to the area can gain an appreciation for the awesome surroundings.
~ from the Willow Creek History website
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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