Located conveniently in Historic Downtown Groveland. Do you dream about the beauty of the majestic mountains, living in the forest, the vast plains and plain old ranch living? Then it's time you brought a bit of rustic ranch into your life. At Ranch Revived Decor, you can revamp everything from your wardrobe to your home décor with elements from the Western and modern rustic worlds. Our inspired pieces include clothing, artwork, furniture and more, making it easy to create th
The campground at Pine Mountain Lake is open to the public. The campground facility operated by Pine Mountain Lake has sites reserved for PML property owners, their guests & the public. The PML Campground is NOT lakeside. It is located approximately 2 miles from Pine Mountain Lake. Guests have the use of 2 nearby restrooms, both with running water, one with hot showers. Enjoy the horseshoe pits (bring your own horseshoes), hiking trails, volleyball court (bring your own ball)
Hiking the Hetch Hetchy Valley is beautiful, full of waterfalls, and very few people. Lookout Point (moderate) 2 miles (3.2 km) round-trip; 1 hour Begin at Hetch Hetchy Entrance Station This quick hike takes you through the tunnel to a viewpoint overlooking Hetch Hetchy Valley. Wapama Falls (moderate) 5 mi (8 km) round-trip; 2 hours Begin at O'Shaughnessy Dam This trail takes you through the tunnel to the base of Wapama Falls, passing two smaller waterfalls (during spring) on
Summertime at Iron Door Saloon Brings Live Music This popular tourist stop is located in Historic Downtown Groveland, on Highway 120, the main road between The Bay Area and Yosemite. The name "Iron Door" comes from the saloon's front doors, which are made of iron. The interior has the typical decor of an old saloon, with the original bar intact. The roof is adorned with dollar bills and other historical artifacts. The bison burger is a local favorite at the Iron Door Saloon.