The community of Pinebrook is located off of Moran Road, just south of Blue Lake Springs. The roads winding up through the subdivision give it a true mountain atmosphere with a wide variety of terrain. Pinebrook dues at $204.00 per year are mandatory and provide owners with use of a small private lake, clubhouse, baseball […]
The BTVPOA is a California Non-profit Mutual Benefit Corporation. Annual membership in the Association is voluntary. Association membership is currently $100 per year. Members are entitled to vote in the Board of Directors election and are able to enjoy the facilities of the Recreation Center including tennis, basketball, volleyball, four-square, and shuffleboard courts, the frisbee […]
Medical Dispensary All patients get a Member Card loaded with special discounts! Fill up your card for 10% off your whole order, then get a new one to start over! Proudly carrying the best selection of no-compromise, top shelf indoor flowers in the county, Little Trees is your source for the very best meds. With […]
You can travel the world over and find few natural wonders to rival the majestic beauty of the Giant Sequoias located in Calaveras Big Trees State Park, approximately four miles above Arnold on Highway 4. These magnificent trees range in size to 325 feet in height, 24 feet in diameter and are believed to be […]
Located in the town of Arnold along scenic Hwy 4 in the beautiful Sierra Foothills of Calaveras County at 4,000 feet, our community enjoys the majesty of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range and Big Trees State Park in Stanislaus National Forest. Lake Mont Pines is a private community with a picturesque lake offering seasonal activities and […]
The Foundation is a non-profit fundraising organization created by a caring community to help support its local hospital. In 1982, a concerned and dedicated Calaveras County community recognized the need and started organizing the first Hospital Foundation. In 1984, it became a reality and within two years, the Foundation raised $92,000 to purchase and install […]
The mission of Ebbetts Pass Forest Watch is to protect, promote, and restore healthy forests and watersheds to maintain the quality of life in the Sierra Nevada. Ebbetts Pass Forest Watch supports responsible forest management and logging methods.
The museum building and its exhibits formally opened in 2005 after a decade of organizing, planning, fund raising, and construction. Today, the 2400-square foot building is open Thursday through Sunday, 12:00 to 4:00 every week from Spring to the end of Fall, with free entry for the public. White Pines’ history is still here. The […]