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Golf, Wine, Fish, Ski, Hike in the Sierra Gold Country in Arnold

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vacation rental description

Tall Cedars, Pines and Oaks surround our home. Leave right from the
house and hike through the Stanislaus National forest on foot or
experience some of the best mountain biking that Northern California
offers.


Our vacation home is the entire 2nd floor upper unit A and comprises a master
bedroom, 2nd bedroom, bathroom, living room, dining room, kitchen
and a 10 x 40 foot deck facing Lakemont Pines lake.


Our home is nonsmoking.


The kitchen is fully furnished and ready for cooking and
entertaining. It includes all dishes and utensils for preparing
meals or banquets. It includes a microwave, dishwasher, garbage
disposal, coffee maker, stove, refrigerator and views of Lakemont Pines lake across the road.


The master bedroom has a queen size bed, ceiling fan, cable TV and
VCR/DVD and all windows face the Stanislaus National Forest.


The second bedroom has a loft single on top and a double bed
underneath. TV, VCR, DVD, ceiling fan, and all the windows face the
Stanislaus National Forest.


The bathroom is a tub with a shower wit high views of the forest.


The living room has three recliners and a queen size hide-a-bed. It
also includes cable TV, VCR/DVD, stereo, CD, dial up and wireless internet, Boom box, ceiling fan, books, videos, games and magazines. The electric fireplace is ready for ambiance. The home is heated and cooled by forced air. The windows face Lakemont Pines lake across the road.


Lakemont Pines lake is across the street from our home. It offers
sandy beaches, paddle boat rentals, playground, snack bar. fishing,
swimming and non motorized boating lake with a lifeguard on duty in
summer months. The use of the lake is maintained by membership tags
and is available for your use.


Beautiful Bear Valley is 20 minutes away with additional hiking,
mountain biking, snow mobiles, downhill skiing, ice skating and
cross country skiing

apartment rental amenities

Our home overlooks Lakemont Pines lake in Arnold, California and
is backed by the Stanislaus National Forest. Nearby you will find
wonderful wine tasting, four renowned golf courses, fishing,
downhill skiing, cross country skiing, kayaking, mountain biking,
gold mining, hiking, casinos, spelunking, water skiing, swimming and
boating.


Within 2 hours you will find casinos in Jackson and Tuolumne.
We are located in Arnold in Calaveras County California within the
gold country and the high Sierras containing a rich and colorful
history including Mokelumne Hill (Moke Hill), West Point (Kit
Carson), San Andreas (Black Bart and Joaquin Murieta), Valley
Springs (Sierra Nevada Narrow Gauge Railroad), Copperopolis (Olive
Oil), Sonora (Gold Rush), Angels Camp (Mark Twain’s Frog Jump and
author Bret Harte), Murphys (Mercer Caverns), Avery (downhill and
cross country skiing), Dorrington (formerly Cold Springs Ranch),
Bear Valley (downhill and cross country skiing), Ebbett’s Pass
( "Tour of the California Alps, The Death Ride") and Columbia (Gold
mining).


Arnold, CA is a small mountain community located on Highway 4 East
of Stockton between Yosemite and Lake Tahoe. The approximate
location of Arnold in relation to these major cities is Stockton and
Modesto are 75 miles East, San Francisco - 135 miles East, San Jose -
135 miles Northeast, Sacramento - 100 miles Southeast, Fresno - 200
miles North, Lake Tahoe - 90 miles South (Hwy. 4 closed in winter),
Angels Camp - 25 miles East, Bear Valley Ski Resort - 28 Miles West
and Yosemite National Park - 90 miles Northwest.


Arnold is surrounded on three sides by the Stanislaus National
Forest, Big Trees State Park and privately owned timber lands.

activities and attractions in Arnold High Sierra/Gold Country

Beautiful Bear Valley is 20 minutes away with additional hiking,
mountain biking, snow mobiles, downhill skiing, ice skating and
cross country skiing.
For two weeks in August, Bear Valley offers you “Music From Bear
Valley” voted the best summer attraction in the Central Sierra. The
Music From Bear Valley Festival offers a full symphony orchestra,
International soloists, legendary entertainers and renowned opera
stars in a unique outdoor mountain setting under the shelter of a
large 1250 seat tent.
Bear Valley, Dorrington and Camp Connell comprise the Ebbett’s Pass
corridor. At 3,000 to 6,000 feet elevation, we experience the
beauty of four very distinct seasons. Spring is a glorious show of
new growth and color, summer brings warmer weather (70 to 90) which
means lots of chances for hiking, boating, fishing, wine tasting and
other activities, fall exhibits the change in seasons with changes
showing the wonder of leaf color again, and winter weather (20 - 30)
wears a blanket of snow for skiing, sledding, inner tube down a hill
or building snow people. Hiking, camping and backpacking through the
scenic and vast Stanislaus wilderness area is magnificent in all
seasons.
Hwy. 4, Ebbett’s Pass and Monitor Pass create the home of the
famous "Tour of the California Alps, The Death Ride" for great road
biking.
For the spelunker, explore Moaning Caverns, Mercer Caverns or Cave
City anytime throughout the year.
Angels Camp was started in 1848 with a trading post owned by Henry
Angel of Rhode Island. The town is tagged with Angels and
Amphibians. The Angels Camp Museum is filled with artifacts of the
Gold Rush era and includes a unique carriage house.
Angels Camp has been linked with frogs for all time from the world
famous literature writer Mark Twain. Twain wrote his first
successful short story, “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras
County” in 1864. The Jumping Frog Jubilee and Calaveras County Fair
are held every year during the third week in May.
Angels Camp boasts another famous author Bret Harte and is also the
home of World Class Ski Racer and two-time World Cup Champion Kyle
Rasmussen of the U.S. Ski Team.
Many golf courses are in the area. Sequoia Woods in Arnold is
within 10 minutes, Forest Meadows in Forest Meadows is within 15
minutes,and Green Horn Creek in Angels Camp is within 30 minutes. A
9-hole course at Meadowmont is 5 minutes away in Arnold.
Boating, water skiing, river rafting, kayaking, swimming and fish
are all offered close by at numerous lakes and mountain streams
including the Stanislaus River, Mokelumne River, Bear Creek,
Rattlesnake Creek, Alpine Lake, Mosquito Lake, Union and Utica
Reservoirs and New Spicer Reservoir to name a few.
New Melones Lake, Pardee reservoir, Don Pedro reservoir, New Hogan
reservoir and Comanche reservoirs are within a 45 minute drive or
less for power boats and water skiing.
Wine making has exploded in the area with 15 or more wineries open
for tasting. Some of the award winning wineries are Stevenot
Vineyards, Chatom Winery, Black Sheep Vintners, Indian Rock
Vineyards, Kautz Ironstone Vineyards and Millaire Winery. Special
events are the Passport weekend in June, the Calaveras Grape Stomp
in October and the Holiday Open houses in December.
Blue Lake Springs offers swimming, tennis, shuffleboard, two man-
made lakes, out door movies, kids playground, picnic areas, and dine
at the exclusive Snowflake Lodge (members and guests only).
Big Trees Village offers two swimming pools, tennis, ping pong,
shuffleboard, baseball diamond, playground, archery, picnic areas,
snack bar, outdoor movies and nature hikes (members and guests only).
Pine brook Lake is much like Lakemont Pines lake with the addition
of a baseball diamond.
White Pines Lake is a large and beautiful lake which is open to the
public with a vast picnic area and great beaches. The well-stocked
lake is great for fishing with the kids! Open seven days a week, 24
hours a day - no fee.
Mokelumne Hill or “Moke Hill,” as the locals call it, was the
richest of the digs in gold country.
Mokelumne Hill was founded in 1848 and is known as one of the most
violent, bawdy towns in the Mother Lode. Main Street Mokelumne Hill
is directly adjacent to Hwy. 49 between Jackson and San Andreas.
West Point on Hwy. 26 was named by Kit Carson as he traveled with
Captain John Fremont searching for a pass over the Sierra Nevada
Mountain Range. Hunting and fishing, including a trout hatchery,
are good in this area.
San Andreas was settled by Mexican Gold Miners in 1848. The first
church, built in 1852 was named for St. Andrew and the name of the
town was taken from the church.
In August, 1852 the large San Andreas Nugget was found in a claim
and sold to the Wells Fargo company for $12,000. In 1859 more than
$500,000 in gold dust was shipped from San Andreas.
Two famous or infamous names are often tied to San Andreas, Black
Bart and Joaquin Murieta.
Black Bart, the handsome, debonair gentleman bandit never harmed
drivers or passengers and left some original verse behind
signed “PO8.”
Black Bart held up the Milton-Sonora stage on November 3, 1883. A
handkerchief with a laundry mark traced back to a San Francisco
Laundry was identified as belonging to C. E. Bolton one of the
city’s leading citizens. He was arrested and brought back to San
Andreas after confessing to the robbery. He served six years in San
Quentin Prison. The original jail still stands and is part of the
Calaveras County Historical Museum Complex.
Valley Springs in 1885 was the eastern terminus for the San Joaquin
and Sierra Nevada Narrow Gauge Railroad. Pacific Railroad bought
the line in 1888 and rail travel was extended throughout the area.
Copperopolis has a history closely tied to the Civil War. In 1860,
19 million pounds of copper made Calaveras County the second in
national production of this ore.
Copperopolis offers some of the finest “home made” olive oils as a
new industry in the town. Lake Tulloch is a year round water
wonderland.
Murphys is the Queen of the Sierra, settled in 1848 by the brothers
Daniel and John Murphy. This picturesque village is known today for
its natural attractions including caverns, a charming Main Street
with friendly merchants.
Murphys has a climate that closely imitates that of some superb wine
regions in France. Numerous wineries have staked their claim within
a four-mile radius of Main Street, six of them have unique tasting
rooms and other facilities open to the public.
15 miles up the mountain, A. T. Dowd put Calaveras on the
international map when he discovered the huge groves of Giant
Sequoia Redwoods. Because the fame grew so quickly, by 1855 the
Sperry & Perry Hotel - now knows as Murphys Historic Hotel and Lodge
was built to accommodate travelers. The old hotel register contains
names such as Mark Twain, Horatio Alger, Ulysses S. Grant, and
Charles Bolton, a.k.a. Black Bart.
Avery is a picturesque moment on Scenic Hwy. 4, just eight miles
east of Murphys Wine Country and twenty-six miles west of great
downhill and cross country skiing at Bear Valley.
The Historic Avery Hotel Restaurant & Saloon built in 1853 is the
oldest operating hotel in Calaveras County. It is known as
the “Half Way House” because of its location between the gold field
of Murphys and the giant Sequoia groves now known as Calaveras Big
Trees State Park.
Dorrington is located 20 miles east of Murphys and 20 miles west of
Bear Valley. It was a place to spend the night on your way through.
The Dorrington Hotel & Restaurant was built in 1860 and was a stage
coach stop on the Big Trees-Carson Valley Toll Road, a depot for
guests visiting the giant Sequoia redwoods at Calaveras Big Trees
State Park.
The second largest Sugar Pine in the world, measuring 32 feet in
circumference and 220 feet tall still watches over travelers.
Sonora, named from Sonoran miners who settled the City in 1848
became known as the “Queen of the Southern Mines.”
Sonora still holds on to its historical charm with many of its
existing buildings dating back to the 1800’s. In fact, a walk along
just about any street in the City is to reminisce with days gone by,
a brick or stone building, a slate wall, an iron shutter or fence,
or a historic home nestled in an old-fashioned garden.
The great California gold rush began on March 27, 1850 by a small
party of prospectors. News of the discovery spread and they were
soon joined by a flood of miners. Unlike many settlements that have
changed with the times, Columbia, California seems to be frozen in
the 1800's.
Today, the Columbia State Historic Park is the best preserved of
California gold rush towns. Columbia State Historic Park offers a
unique blend of museums, displays, town tours, live theater plays,
shops, restaurants and attractions.
Within less than 2 hours you can find the Black Oak Casino in
Tuolumne or the Jackson Rancheria Casino in Jackson.

vacation rental rates

Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights, 2 night minimum - $125.00 per night
Monday thru Thursday nights, 2 night minimum - $100 per night
$175.00 Security Deposit required at time of reservation and is additional to rental charge.
$75 fee for taxes, electrical and sanitizing
Pet deposit is $50 in addition to $10 per day
Security deposit is refundable within 30 days when the house is inspected
Special Holiday Rental Rates 3 Night minimum plus 10%
THIS CABIN IS NON-SMOKING

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