Welcome to the Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau, your one stop shop for the perfect Yosemite-Gold Country getaway! Our proximity to Yosemite makes us your perfect vacation destination, with plenty of Gold Country to experience including hiking, biking, fishing, river rafting, camping, gold panning, skiing and sightseeing. The towns of Sonora, Columbia, Jamestown, Twain Harte and Groveland have much to offer including arts, festivals, theater, living history, shopping and entertainment. Whether you're a couple on a romantic wine-tasting weekend, or you've loaded up the family in the RV and hit the open road, Tuolumne County is your perfect place to shop, dine, explore, relax and get back to nature!
Be a tourist in your own back yard! Join the TCVB on their “Get to know your Neighbor” road trips called P.I.T. Stops (Partners in Tourism). The idea is to celebrate tourism assets in Tuolumne County and give residents an opportunity to visit a … Continue reading →
“Trail Me About It” is a new local grant making program designed to support small scale improvements driven by community or social service organizations. Projects might include the following: Trail head kiosks, sign posts and trail markers Interpretive signage Trail … Continue reading →
For California’s Bay Area and points north including Sacramento and the north portion of the Central Valley, Highway 120 is the shortest and perhaps the most scenic route to Yosemite National Park. Highway 120 allows for year-round access into Yosemite Valley … Continue reading →
SONORA, California – On June 8, 2015 the Sonora based InnovationLab announced a new partnership with Big Oak Flat/Groveland Unified School District to launch a Mini-ILab on the campus of Tioga High School in Groveland, California. Big Oak Flat/Groveland Unified … Continue reading →
Anyone who visits California’s State Capitol Building in Sacramento is most likely going to walk through the halls on the first floor that contain the County windows. Each County in California is encouraged to fill the window with a display … Continue reading →