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ABOUT THE AREA

WHAT, you haven't heard of Graeagle? You are missing one of the best family vacations in the High Sierra. We are located just fifty miles north of Lake Tahoe, and you won't be contending with large crowds. You will hear the train whistle echoing across the Mohawk Valley, a sound I love.

Family vacations in Graeagle focus on outdoor recreation, if you are like me and love to be outdoors this is the place for you. If you enjoy shopping small boutique gift shops, that works also.

Golf Resorts

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There are 7 golf courses located within 7 miles. And for the whole family, there is a miniature golf course located right next door to Movin' West RV Park. See links below for more information.

Golf Equipment
Fishing Boots

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Fishing

Plumas County's 1,000 miles of streams and more than 100 lakes of the Feather River watershed make for a wonderful, varied and famous fishery. Whether you're a fly fisherman or prefer to use lures and bait, you'll find plenty of places to reel them in.

Hiking 

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There is no better way to enjoy the beauty of Plumas County than by exploring it first-hand and on foot. Whether you take a leisurely stroll or a strenuous hike, you'll experience the magnificence of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade ranges along an extensive system of hiking trails.

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ACCESS HIKING AND MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS DIRECTLY FROM THE RV PARK
Image by Rosie Blamey

Horseback Riding

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Reid Horse & Cattle Co. operates two horse stables in the Sierra; Gold Lake and Graeagle. They offer everything from trail rides and family pack trips to horse programs for children’s camps. The best part is that their horse adventures can be custom-designed for your family or any group.

Mountain Biking

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Mountain biking is a favorite pursuit for many visitors to Plumas County. The surrounding forest land provides many miles of biking opportunities, including abandoned logging roads, trails and some backcountry roads, offering a good cross-section of terrain and topography.

  • Mills Peak Lookout

  • Lake Davis Loop

  • Dixie Mountain

  • Crystal Peak

  • Summit-Bucks Creek Loop

  • Howland Flat Loop

  • Round Valley Lake Loop

  • Antelope Lake Loop

Image by Chris Henry