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Northern California is full of history, and the Greenhorn Creek Resort puts you right in the middle of it. Adventure into Yosemite and learn all about the park's history, or take a trip through the Sierra Nevada foothills. It will be impossible to leave this vacation without learning something new and exciting. ... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 11 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Angels Camp
- Nearby Water New Melones Lake
- Open Dates All Year
- Pet Friendly
- Cabins, Cottages, and Chalets
- Villas and Condos
Get a close-up look into California's historic gold era in an authentic gold rush town at Fiddletown, Plymouth, Dry Town, Amador City, or Sutter Creek and Jackson. Then see what all the rush was about and pan the local waters yourself or sign up for complete gold-panning trip.... more
With its close proximity to authentic caverns, museums and gold rush towns, Courtyard helps you relive history. This B&B is in the ideal location for you to explore attractions like Sierra Nevada Logging Museum and Angels Camp Museum.... more
View minerals and gems from around the world and learn about California’s rich mining history at California State Mining and Mineral Museum or Mariposa Museum & History Center for a fine collection of original documents, artifacts, artwork, mining exhibits, and a reproduction of a Native American village.... more
Located in Sacramento at McClellan Business Park, the Lions Gate Hotel and Conference Center blends more than 70 years of military service and history with today's demanding business climate. The Lions Gate Hotel and Conference Center is the ultimate example of the creative re-use of former U.S. Air Force Base facilities while retaining historic... more
Explore Murphy, a charming favorite filled with well-preserved and historic Main Street buildings. There are a good variety of activities and shops in the area to explore. Downtown there are numerous restaurants ranging from casual to fine dining, art galleries, unique gift shops, and a handful of wineries.... more
Sierra stones aren’t the only giants in California; visit Calaveras Big Trees State Park, established to preserve the North Grove of giant sequoias including the "Discovery Tree", also known as the "Big Stump", the first Sierra redwood noted in 1852.... more