4516 Hokan Circle, Camp Connell, CA 95223
Build your dream home or vacation home on this gently sloped lot, and enjoy convenient access to Calaveras activities and natural outdoor beauty.
Calaveras County offers a myriad of outstanding summer outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, fishing, boating, golfing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, caving, gold panning and wine tasting. Calaveras County, California features world-class fly fishing, tackle fishing and boating in the High Sierra hills where you and your fellow anglers can find excellent trout fishing on numerous California lakes and rivers including the Stanislaus River and the popular Camanche and New Melones Lakes. Calaveras is also home to Calaveras Big Trees State Park and the Stanislaus National Forest. Live amid High Sierra scenery and one of the few places in the world with groves of giant sequoia trees – the largest living things on the planet.
In the winter, Calaveras County’s beautiful snowy mountains offer skiing and snowboarding in the Stanislaus National Forest. Bear Valley boasts a total of nine lifts and 75 trails across 1680 skiable acres and a 1900 vertical drop. Or enjoy cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Power along miles of well groomed trails or Calaveras County’s backcountry drifts!
Gold Rush history and architecture combine with charming downtown shopping and casual culinary excellence amidst California’s charming Gold Country and spectacular High Sierra is Calaveras County. Add inspired winemaking and thriving arts and entertainment and the combination makes for a fantastic destination for visitors and residents alike. You never know what you’ll find in Calaveras’ picturesque, historic mainstreet downtowns. From artfully arranged specialty boutiques and antique stores to serious sports outfitters, farms, markets, and local wineries. You can do wine country on foot in Calaveras. There are over two dozen wineries and most have tasting rooms within walking distance from one another along Murphys’ charming, historic Main Street. Part of the Sierra Foothills appellation, the Calaveras wine industry is developing a reputation for high quality innovation, specializing in big zins, Italian, Spanish and Rhone varietals.
Altitudes range from close to sea level in the foothills to more than 8,000-feet at the Sierra crest, Calaveras boasts such diverse ecological and geological landscapes that it’s possible to ski in the morning and play a round of golf in the afternoon. Interesting geology and diversity of landscape can also be seen in three caves and a natural bridge formation. Calaveras County is a destination for people looking for outdoor adventures and an escape from the mundane as well as home to beautiful and endogenous landscapes.
Camp Connell’s iconic general store, owned by Tom and Donna Manning is an authentic operation that includes “Tommy’s Backyard”, where tourists and locals alike can attend summer music events that take place each Saturday on the party patio. You’ll feel right at home without any “tourists vs locals” mentality because most friendly locals started as tourists and share appreciation of the beauty and authenticity of Calaveras County. Enjoy all that Calaveras has to offer to seasonal or year round locals, and make Calaveras your home or your home away from home. Build your dream home or vacation home on this gently sloped lot, and enjoy convenient access to Calaveras activities and natural outdoor beauty. Buy the neighboring lot and double your acreage.
Current sale price is $35,000. Owner can finance the property.
SAWMILL RD. ALTA, in Placer County. 062-500-014.
Build your dream home, or vacation cabin on this forested lot near Lake Alta. A creek runs through the back of the lot. Lovers of outdoor recreation will appreciate its proximity to skiing, camping, hiking, mountaineering and boating, and to rivers and lakes.
Placer County has it all! Picturesque farm lands, craggy peaks, wild forests, tumbling rivers and clear alpine lakes. The Sierra foothills are prized for serene, wide open spaces, starry skies, and charming historic gold-rush era towns that dapple the oak-covered foothills. Placer County boasts an abundance of year-round outdoor recreational activities, myriad galleries, theater, musical and festival events. Its towns are home to a diverse selection of boutiques, specialty shops, farmers markets and dining options that range from fine cuisine to family style dining.
Sale Price $49,700. Owner will finance the property.
Call (415) 990-0070 for more information
264 Monty Wolf Rd., Bear Valley, CA 96120
Often called the ‘California Alps’. Alpine County offers more than 700 square miles of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Alpine Year round alpine recreation, two destination ski resorts, world-class fishing, and a variety of lodging and dining facilities, ranging from rustic to modern. Bear Valley is a friendly and relaxing High Sierra escape located in the majestic Central Sierra Mountains. Originally named Grizzly Bear Valley by a survey party exploring the possibilities of a major highway and railroad line in 1855. Highway 4 was designated a National Scenic Byway in October 2005 by the US Department of Transportation. This year-round destination offers activities from relaxation to extreme sports adventures in every season. Bear Valley boasts year round outdoor recreation, offering a multitude of summer and winter sports, and is close to foothill golf courses and the Calaveras Big Trees State Park. The community is also home to the oldest cultural event in Alpine County, the Bear Valley Music Festival, held every July/ August.
In Winter, with abundant snowfall and easy access, Alpine County is home to two of California’s finest destination ski resorts, Bear Valley Mountain Resort, and the Kirkwood Mountain Resort. Both offer great skiing and snowboarding terrain, quality lodging and amenities and the incredible scenic views the Sierra Nevada is famous for. With easy access and thousands of acres of trails, snowmobile enthusiasts are drawn to Alpine County each winter to enjoy their motorized recreation within an extensive trail system, ample snow coverage, and a long season.
Summer activities include camping, kayaking, hiking, biking, rock climbing, tennis, disc golf, river rafting, off roading and fishing. With more than 60 lakes and streams, Alpine County is a fisherman’s delight. Miles of angling opportunities in the East and West Forks of the Carson River and Mokelumne River, and dozens of creeks and streams offer catchable and trophy sized Rainbow, Brook, and Brown Trout. For lake fishing, Indian Creek Reservoir and Caples Lake offer large Mackinaw and Rainbows, while Lake Alpine, Union & Utica Reservoirs and Spicer meadow Reservoir are popular in the Bear Valley area. Many smaller alpine lakes in the County offer great angling for Golden, Brookies and Rainbows. Two fisheries of special note attract catch & release anglers. The privately owned and operated Pleasant Valley Fishing Preserve offers championship fishing in a secluded setting, while Heenan Lake, California’s only source of Lahontan Cutthroat Trout, offers outstanding catch & release angling in the Fall.
Build a home away from home that can be enjoyed year round in the “California Alps.”
Current sale price is $38,000. Owner will finance the property.