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Amador County : parcs et nature

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants en matière de sites naturels

State / Provincial Park
“Calaveras Big Trees State Park is named for the spectacular giant sequoia trees – the largest trees in the world – that were first discovered here. Once the world knew of their existence, demand to see the GIANT SEQUOIAS was immediate. Tourists began arriving at the Calaveras North Grove by 1853, and historians believe that the North Grove is the longest continuously operating tourist attraction in California, and perhaps anywhere west of the Mississippi.”
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Parc
“Black Chasm Cavern is a cave nestled in the hamlet of Volcano, located in Amador County.”
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“Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park is a California State Park, preserving an outcropping of marbleized limestone with some 1,185 mortar holes—the largest collection of bedrock mortars in North America. It is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills, 8 miles east of Jackson.”
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Autres grands espaces
“Gold panning at the river, enjoy tours and lots of info on how it was done. Great local family owns this place and they make it fun for all. ”
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Parc
“The Arnold Rim Trail is a non-motorized trail system designed for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. ART connects the many wonders of public lands along the Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway stretch of Hwy 4 to its communities, creating a high level of access for its residents and visitors.”
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Trail
“Great hike to two waterfalls. A nice stream. Take lunch. This hike can be as short or long as you like. Take lunch and enjoy the various side trails. Can be all day or an hour. ”
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Vineyard
“It’s a really historic property in the mountains of Somerset, and both the winery and the tasting room here are just super polished and well executed. They're making some really cool wines, focusing more on Rhone varietals more so than anything else, so they’re a little bit more of a bright, fresh, crisp style while still being bold mountain wines. The winemaker, Chris Pittenger, makes pinot noir under the Gros Ventre label, and his pinots are some of my favorite in all of California—he's one of the young guns to watch in the industry.”
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Lake
“Beautiful swimming and non-motor boat lake just a few minutes walk from the Cabin. Picnic tables, life guard, sandy beach. Great family fun!”
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Campground
“Food is good, cocktails, horseshoes, hiking, boating, outside dining, maps, store.”
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National Park
“Beat the heat and go up the hill a little to see these amazing giants in person.”
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“White Pines is an unincorporated community in Calaveras County, California. It's its own "town" with a public lake and beach, just off downtown Arnold. It's behind Ace Hardware and Giant Burger, past the Arnold Library. Great public lake/beach to enjoy without driving far.”
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Rv Park
“Near the town of Ione in Amador county is a 400-acre lake, with 13 1/2 miles of shoreline and the most amazing fishing!”
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Rv Park
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“Located on the Mokelumne River in Pine Grove, this is a sleepy little reservoir in the foothills. Good for easy, short walk around the lake and a picnic. Also good for kayaking.”
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