Founded in 1921, the Evergreen Lodge is a newly expanded historic mountain resort nestled in the woods bordering Yosemite National Park. The lodge offers fully furnished cabins, wonderful restaurant and tavern, charming general store and much more.
The historic Hotel Charlotte is a locally owned and operated family business located in the heart of downtown Groveland, just 30 minutes away from the entrance to Yosemite National Park. Built in 1921, this old west style boutique bed and breakfast now includes 13 private rooms, 6 vacation rental properties, full-service restaurant and tap house featuring an extensive collection of local wines, craft beers and handcrafted cocktails.
Featured in the Winter/Spring 2014 Sierra Season's magazine Gateway's to Yosemite getaways. Located at 3,200 ft elevation we enjoy cool summer evenings and warm summer days. Winter is sunny with occasional snow falls (4-6 per year). We can comfortably accommodate 4 guests.
Red Tail Ranch is located on 50 acres just seven miles east of Groveland, CA, and 20 miles from the Big Oak Flat entrance to Yosemite National Park (Highway 120.) Located at the end of a private gravel road, the Ranch is a quiet, peaceful place to enjoy nature and wildlife. Only 2 1/2 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area, it is a perfect place to spend a nice weekend get away. Explore Groveland, Yosemite and beyond from your exclusive Groveland bed and breakfast hideaway lodging.
Expect great food, beer, wine, and spirits in a relaxed mountain atmosphere. Yosemite locals and regulars from all walks of life love to hang out at the Lodge, so you’re sure to enjoy good company as well.
Groveland Provisions is a Grab & Go bistro open from 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily at the Groveland Hotel. Provisions is your go to location to purchase quality breakfast and lunch items as well as snacks for your day out. We offer a full bar, local wine and a variety of craft beers on tap. Try a canned cocktail or wine to take with you or choose from our excellent selection of local wines by the bottle. We are happy to put a picnic pack together for you for $39 (for two people) or a lighter version for $19 (for one person). Take a bit of your vacation home with you!
Yosemite activities create robust appetites, and the culinary team at Rush Creek Lodge is eager to satisfy your hunger and tempt your taste buds with fresh and hearty California mountain lodge cuisine. At Rush Creek Lodge we take our cues from our surroundings, so our food speaks to our iconic location. You can look forward to American dishes with a California approach – sensibilities and ingredients that are fresh, thoughtful, delicious and environmentally sound. Both the Restaurant and the Tavern are ready to welcome you with warm and friendly service throughout breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The kitchen is buzzing with energy, putting out amazing dishes and having a fantastic time trying out all sorts of new items in our new wood burning oven. Take a look at our sample dinner menu for a general idea of what type of deliciousness you can look forward to.
BANKS AUTO AND TIRE
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Complete car and truck services for residents or visitors of Groveland, California. Open Monday - Friday and located 11823 Powder House Street
Located in the Sierra foothills outside of Yosemite National Park, Wondernut Farm is an off-grid sustainable agricultural incubator. Currently, Wondernut’s cooperative farmers sustainably raise East Friesian dairy sheep, mixed breed goats and heritage pigs on a 38 acre Blue Oak paradise, as well as offering tours, farm stays, experiential learning workshops and a host of other goods and services.
Anything from terrible weather to a family emergency can derail your plans and bring your tour to an end before it even begins. Protect your travel investment — and enjoy your adventures — with the Tour Protection Plan.
As a artist, conservationist, naturalist and traveler, Sauerland has a remarkable way of capturing the raw beauty of living things and landscapes through his photography. His 20 years of fine art and design is truly a celebration of nature and the human experience as well as a record of our ever-changing planet. Sauerland's work is available online and through Alamy stock agency.
For over 50 years, rafters on the federally designated Wild and Scenic Tuolumne River and the Cherry Creek/Upper Tuolumne have selected locally owned and operated Sierra Mac River Trips more than any other outfitter. Find out why!
Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. Click here to find a directory of certified B Corps in the Yosemite area and across the globe!
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A nonprofit organization dedicated to serving Groveland, California and the surrounding communities through community engagement, project collaboration and development grants. GAP was founded in 2014 by a diverse group of people working together to promote growth and prosperity throughout the Groveland area and continues to work diligently with local leaders and organizations to make Groveland a destination
Let the Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau help you plan the perfect weekend getaway or vacation in the heart of the Central Sierra Gold Country and home of Yosemite National Park. Enjoy strolling through its unique small towns of Sonora, Columbia, Jamestown, Twain Harte and Groveland. You'll also find all the Sierra Nevada's outdoor activities you love and dream of taking part in . . . skiing, hiking, biking, river rafting, fishing, camping, gold panning, sightseeing and more. The arts, live theater, museums, festivals and entertainment are plentiful in the beautiful Sierra Foothills. There are so many different things to do while visiting the historic Gold Country where the biggest gold rush in American history began. Here you can have a comfortable stay at a more than comfortable price.
Groveland, California is the main stop on Highway 120 to Yosemite National Park. The town grew quickly in the early 1900s with the development of the Tuolumne River Hetch-Hetchy water project for the city of San Francisco. Groveland is adjacent to the Stanislaus National Forest and is well-known for the historic Iron Door Saloon in downtown Groveland, as well as the gated community of Pine Mountain Lake.
California's most direct and scenic all weather route to Yosemite National Park is itself a wonderful destination with many attractions that are open all year. Highway 120 winds through rolling hills dappled with heritage oaks, past picturesque small towns where Gold Rush history was made, and on into the dramatic high country with commanding views of the majestic Sierra Nevada. Open into Yosemite Valley all year, Highway 120 is the widest and most direct route into the Park from most of California.
Yosemite National Park is best known for its waterfalls, but within its nearly 1,200 square miles, you can find deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias, a vast wilderness area, and much more.
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The California Center for Cooperative Development (CCCD) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that promotes and supports the myriad of cooperatives in California (housing, childcare, agricultural, arts and crafts, agriculture and energy) with start-up, management, and other technical assistance. Many CCCD staff and board members were previously employed or associated with the University of California at Davis Center for Cooperatives, an extension program that closed in 2004 due to budget cuts. CCCD staff have extensive community development and cooperative development experience.
Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO) is a decentralized collective of educators, researchers and grassroots activists working to promote an economy based on democratic participation, worker and community ownership, social and economic justice, and ecological sustainability--a "solidarity economy"--through grassroots journalism, organizing support, cross-sector networking and movement-building and the publication of educational and organizational resources.
Our Federation represents nearly 200 business and organizational members representing 6,000 workers across the country.We organize through local cooperative networks while building power with national and international partners to advance an agenda for economic justice rooted in community-based, shared ownership.