North Main StreetAngels Camp, CA 95222
The Red Brick schoolhouse was built in 1859 with funds from a dance. The schoolhouse has been restored to its original appearance and is open to visitors daily.
|Angels Camp Museum||
753 S. Main Street (Hwy 49)Angels Camp, CA 95222
Open daily 10:00am to 3:00pm March 1 thru Dec. 31. Jan. & Feb. open Friday thru Monday. Three acre History Museum - 3 bldgs. carriage house, barn, two story building featuring 31 carriages, several wagons, gold mining, logging, farm equipment, carpeter tools, blacksmith shop, rock & minerals.
|Angels Camp to San Andreas Bike Ride||
Angels Camp to San Andreas Bike Ride
Length: 16 miles
Start: Go 10 miles down Dogtown Road to Fricot City Road. Go about 200 yards to Calaveritas Road. Turn left and go about 6 miles to San Andreas. Turn left onto Mountain Ranch Road to downtown to San Andreas, about ½ mile.
Highlights: Very low traffic, historic mining towns of Dogtown, Calaveritas and San Andreas. Visit the county’s museum and check out historic San Andreas.
|Bear Valley Music Festival||
Bear Valley, CA 95223
Annual Bear Valley Music Festival. Voted the best summer attraction in the Central Sierra. All musical genre are included. See the full performance schedule and information at www.bearvalleymusic.org or by callling the festival office at 800-458-1618.
|Big Loop Bike Trail||
Angels Camp to Murphys and back to Angels Camp.
Length: 20 miles
Start: Dogtown Road in Angels Camp. Go about 6 miles to San Domingo Road. Follow San Domingo Road to Sheep Ranch Road, about 4 miles. Turn Right onto Sheep Ranch and you’ll climb into Murphys. You may return to Angels Camp via Murphys Grade Road by taking a right or take a left and return to Angels Camp via Highway 4 (this is the safer alternative).
|Black Bart Players||
580 S. AlgiersMurphys, CA 95247
We’ve been around since 1964 performing in the beginning in the Native Sons of the Golden West Hall on Main St. in Murphys, Ca. In 1984 there was enough community support to build our present facility located at 580 S. Algiers St., Murphys. We provide quality productions that are exciting, thought provoking and innovative, as well as, entertaining and fun for the whole family.
|Black Chasm Cavern||
Volcano, CA 95689
Black Chasm Cavern was designated a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service in 1976 after being recommended by local members of the National Speleological Society, and as such is considered a "nationally significant natural area.”
|Black Oak Casino||
19400 Tuolumne Road NorthTuolumne, CA 95379
Phone: (877) 747-8777
A California Indian Gaming Casino eight miles east of Sonora.
|Black Sheep Winery||
Main StreetMurphys, CA 95247
Established in 1984, Black Sheep has been a family endeavor, producing premium wines from local vineyards. Open daily 11am to 5pm.
|Blue Mountain Players||
347 Main StreetWest Point, CA 95255
Alternate number: (209) 293-3100
|Boating & Water Skiing||
Water Sports locations in Calaveras County
Including the Mokelumne River and local lakes
|Brice Station Vineyard||
3353 East Highway 4Murphys, CA 95247
Brice Station is an old stagecoach stop located along with Quyle Kilns on Hwy 4 just four miles east of Murphys. Because of its 3400 foot altitude, this historic ranch produces some of California's finest Cabernet and Merlot grapes and wines. Visit our tasting room Friday-Sunday, noon until 6:00.
|Broll Mountain Vineyards||
106 Main StreetMurphys, CA 95247
Broll Mountain Vineyards produces estate bottled Syrah, Merlot, Petite Sirah and Cabernet Sauvignon from their Murphys vineyards. Sample their ultra premium wines at their Tasting Room at 106 Main Street, Murphys, behind Century 21 office. Satuday and Sunday 1-5pm and weekdays by appointment.
|Calaveras Big Trees State Park||
Arnold, CA 95223
|Calaveras Celtic Fair|
|Calaveras Community Band||
Our band is comprised of professional and amateur musicians who live in the area. We perform throughout the year to enhance community activities. We welcome new people who play woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments.
|Calaveras County Museum & Archives||
30 North Main StreetSan Andreas, CA 95249
The Museum complex includes the Courthouse, Jail Yard and Hall of Records, each with displays dating to the Gold Rush era. Our outstanding Mi Wok Indian exhibit includes artifacts, photos and quotes revealing their lifestyle. Open 10 am to 4 pm daily except major holidays.
California Caverns at Cave City
|Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve||
2951 Carran Rd.Ione, CA 95640
Situated on 1500 acres of rolling hills and lake shoreline, our preserve features upland game birds and water fowl including Pheasants, Chukar, Valley Quail and Ducks. The California State Sporting Clay Championships take place April 12-15 and Zone 7 Championship May 30 – June 3. Serving breakfast and lunch Wednesday thru Monday.
|Camp Connell Summer Music Series||
4036 Highway 4 P.O. Box 4510Camp Connell, CA 95223
Camp Connell Summer Music Series is a high country favorite of locals and visitors alike. Featuring live bands playing a wide variety of music, our outdoor venue on San Antonio Creek has lawn and patio seating, plus a large dance floor. Food and beverages available. Family fun!
1969 Highway 4 P.O. Box 2730Douglas Flat, CA 95229
|Children's Hour at the Moke Hill Library||
Currently, no story hours at the library are scheduled. For additional information, please contact Kris (602-1631).
|Columbia State Historic Park||
Columbia, CA 95310
Email: email@example.com. Columbia State Historic Park is three miles north of Sonora, off Highway 49.
|EBMUD Trail Permits||
http://ebmud.com/recreation/trail-use-permit/sierra-foothills-trails. Please visit the website to get information about trails, permits, maps,Trailbuster Volunteer Program and Tours and the Trailbuster workday schedule.
|Forest Meadows Golf Course||
Murphys, CA 95247
4 miles above Murphys off Highway 4
Fun to play 18 hole Robert Trent Jones II Executive Par 60 course. Beautiful mountain setting at 3000 ft. elevation in tall pines, cedars, and majestic oaks. Above the fog and heat of the valley. Open to the public year-round. Tournaments welcomed.