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Groveland Vacation Rentals Offer a Slice of the Past

Founded on water and gold, Groveland offers a glimpse into the historic west. The perfect place to experience this area is from Groveland vacation rentals. Groveland is located just three and a half hours from San Francisco in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. Groveland is a convenient place for tourists to spend a few nights before traveling on to Yosemite cabins.

Activities in Groveland

There's always something to do nearby, which is why so many people choose Groveland lodging. The town is just a short drive from Yosemite National Park where you can visit Yosemite Falls, the highest waterfall in North America. You can also see the famous Dana Fork of the Tuolumne River. Open-air trams and tours allow you to enjoy the full splendor of the park. You can also take your own vehicle or ride the free shuttle in the park. For hikers, Yosemite National Park has over 800 miles of trails. Mountain climbers, both novice and expert, will be at home in one of the historic birthplaces of the sport. Seasonal activities include fishing, rafting, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, snow shoeing, and mountain biking.

Culture of Groveland

Groveland's history is steeped in the California Goldrush, and the town celebrates this rich heritage. The town has an annual 49er festival that includes parades through the historic town. Tourists can visit the Iron Door Saloon, the oldest continuously operating saloon in California. The saloon got its name because of the solid iron saloon doors at its entrance. This is a fun place to enjoy live music on the weekends. The Ansel Adams gallery is located nearby and celebrates some of the photographer's greatest works featuring Yosemite. Groveland also has a wide array of eateries. If you want a rich history and the majesty of nature, then Groveland vacation rentals await you!

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