THINGS TO DO

Yosemite

Not just a great Valley, but a shrine to human foresight, the strength of granite, the power of glaciers, the persistence of life, and the tranquility of the High Sierra.

Yosemite National Park, one of the first wilderness parks in the United States, 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.

All this just minutes from Pine mountain Lake in Groveland!

http://www.yosemite.national-park.com/

Skiing in Yosemite

Winter is an ideal time to enjoy Yosemite's serenity and beauty.  Even if you don't ski; a visit to Yosemite in winter is worth the trip.  Badger Pass is Yosemite's family-oriented ski and winter sports area. There are lifts for downhill skiing and lessons for the novice. Rental equipment along with instruction in classic cross-country skiing and skating technique as well as telemarking is available at the Yosemite Cross Country Ski Center. Snowshoeing is also an option as is skiing on a short, three-kilometer groomed Nordic trail at Badger Pass. More significantly, this venerable ski area is the jumping off spot for a cross country ski adventure to Glacier Point

http://www.yosemitefun.com/skiing.htm

http://www.aboutyosemite.com/skiing-in-yosemite.htm

 

http://www.yosemitepark.com/BadgerPass_
DownHillSkiing.aspx

Pine Mountain Lake

Pine Mountain Lake is 210 acres with 6 miles of shoreline, and is as deep as 110 feet. Held by an earthen dam, it is a private, recreational lake that stays full year-round. Owners of lakefront lots may have their own floating docks, beaches and sea walls. Access for all others is from the 3 sandy swimming beaches at the main Marina, Dunn Court, the Lake Lodge and from Fisherman's Cove. A water taxi shuttle operates between the four locations during the summer. Lake cruises are available everyday during summer months. The length of the cruise depends on the type of cruise that you take.

http://www.pinemountainlake.com

PML Marina

At the Marina store you can stock up on fishing, boating and souvenir items. The Marina store also controls boat registration, launching, docking, boat rentals, water-ski sign-ups, fishing licenses, beach security and gas dock. Boats to rent include canoes, kayaks, rowboats, sailboats, paddle boats, and fishing boats. (No jet skis are allowed on the lake). Boat slips for the season of May 1 to October 31 are assigned to property owners only from a waiting list. The Marina Grill, open daily May 19 - September 6, offers burgers, chicken, hot dogs, fries, nachos, sandwiches, frosties, beer, wine coolers, and soft drinks. Special events: 4th of July Fireworks Celebration, Free Fishing Day for Kids, Fishing Derby for Kids of All Ages, Holiday Activities, Music at the Marina.

PML Golf

Pine Mountain Lake Golf Course, the premier championship Gold Country Golf Course, is available for public play and tournaments. The challenging 18-hole, 6,382 yard, par 70 course lends you breathtaking views of the majestic mountain peaks of Yosemite along with plenty of picturesque oaks and pines. The course was designed by "Billy Bell" in 1969 and is always in top-notch condition. Special events and functions are available for groups from 2 to 200 participants. The public and guests may make tee times up to 10 days in advance; property owners up to 14 days in advance. To play 18 holes, fees start at $23 for property owners, $54 for their guests and $64 for the general public. Golfers may not use their own personal carts, only those rented through the Pro Shop. Carts are mandatory for weekends, holidays and tournaments. Open 7 am to 7 pm, Mid-March thru Mid-November. Golf shop, locker storage, driving range, junior golf clinics. Private and group lessons available. Call (209) 962-8620 for more info

http://tomknoth.com/courseguide.asp

PML Grill, Tennis, Swimming Pool

The Grill @ Pine Mountain Lake - located at 12765 Mueller Drive - serves lunch Thursday through Saturday, dinner on Friday and Saturday and a brunch buffet on Sunday. For information or reservations call 962-8638. Special events include Monday Night Football parties, comedy nights, holiday dinner/dances and musical entertainment most Friday and Saturday nights at the 19th Hole Lounge.

Tennis Courts 1, 2, 3 & 4 are located on Pine Mountain Drive between Boitano Road and Crescent Way. Courts 5 & 6 are on Mueller Drive, near the Country Club. Daily and monthly passes are for sale at the Main Gate Department of Safety office only. All players must have a valid tennis pass. Racquet club doubles, ladies, and men's are scheduled on weekdays. For court reservations call (209) 962-8615.

Swimming Pool - The heated swimming pool is located on Mueller Drive above the Country Club. The season opens Mid-May. Swim lessons, aqua exercise classes, ping pong, pool socials, snack bar and pool store. Swim at your own risk. No lifeguard on duty!
Phone (209) 962-8634.

PML Equestrian Center, Camping, Hiking trails

Pine Mountain Lake Golf Course, the premier championship Gold Country Golf Course, is available for public play and tournaments. The challenging 18-hole, 6,382 yard, par 70 course lends you breathtaking views of the majestic mountain peaks of Yosemite along with plenty of picturesque oaks and pines. The course was designed by "Billy Bell" in 1969 and is always in top-notch condition. Special events and functions are available for groups from 2 to 200 participants. The public and guests may make tee times up to 10 days in advance; property owners up to 14 days in advance. To play 18 holes, fees start at $23 for property owners, $54 for their guests and $64 for the general public. Golfers may not use their own personal carts, only those rented through the Pro Shop. Carts are mandatory for weekends, holidays and tournaments. Open 7 am to 7 pm, Mid-March thru Mid-November. Golf shop, locker storage, driving range, junior golf clinics. Private and group lessons available. Call (209) 962-8620 for more info

http://tomknoth.com/courseguide.asp

Groveland

On Highway 120, just 26 miles from the Yosemite Park entrance, the historic community of Groveland is the most convenient gateway to this treasured national landmark for tourists coming from the San Francisco Bay area, Sacramento, Stockton or Modesto. Groveland is also home to a great "downtown" with a park, shops, restaurants and the famous/infamous Iron Door Saloon said to be California's oldest continuously-operating saloon.

http://www.yosemitegold.com/yosemite/groveland.html

Dodge Ridge Ski Resort

For all its modern amenities, easy rolling shoulders, calming views, and rugged beauty, Dodge Ridge remains a throwback to an on-snow experience that harkens back to a former era launched by exuberant outdoorsmen. There are few off-slope attractions. The resort remains more of a rarefied mountain outpost where people, bound by a collective independent spirit, happily rub elbows and revel in the seductive vistas and beautiful wonder of nature. The high alpine resort still prides itself on being all things to all people.


http://www.dodgeridge.com

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