30 Day minimum. Furnished kitchen, linens, laundry. 2 bedrooms plus sofa bed.
Rooms & beds
Bedrooms: 2(Sleeps: 6)
Toilet · Jetted tub
Toilet · Combination tub/shower
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Reminder, don't leave them unsupervised. Reminder, don't leave them unsupervised.
Pets allowed - Dogs allowed with Pet Fee of $5 per night.Dogs allowed with Pet Fee of $5 per night.
Events allowed - No more than four invited guests for a social.No more than four invited guests for a social.
Max guests: 6
- Horses ok, scatter manure or take it with you.
- NO FIRES, except in contained grill provided.
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About Mary Anne Turner
In 1998, I had a job offer in California, and looked for a place for myself and my dogs and horses. It was not my intention, but I met a man and moved to his hometown of Orange, California in 2000. We married in 2002. I didn't want to give up this property, it really speaks to my soul. All these years, I've kept the house leased out. Now, as retirement approaches, I've decided to make some updates and changes to suit my husband and I when we're ready to move. In the meantime, VRBO is a good way to keep the house occupied and continue to bring up to date.
Mary Anne Turner purchased this House in 1999
Why Mary Anne Turner chose Calaveras County
Rancho Lo Sierra has the unique quality of a wilderness "feel," without being remotely located. The dramatic lava rock formations provide interest, and the rolling hill terrain provides a lot of privacy. Over half is wooded with Oak and large Pine trees. The seasonal creek is an added feature. This part of Sierra foothills is the very beginning of the Pine trees. At 400' elevation, it's not the High Sierra, hence the name "Low Sierra." It's below the frost line, so it never freezes nor snows. Deer, turkey, squirrels, and the occasional fox frequent the property. Manzanita and Buckeye also round out the vegetation. Check out generous discounts for weekly (8 days and 7 nights) and monthly (28 days) rentals.
What makes this House unique
Camanche Lake "South Shore" recreation area is only a mile away. See https://www.lakecamancheresort.com/. There is swimming and places to fish from shore in ponds stocked with fish. In addition, the Mokelumne River Coast to Crest Trail offers miles of trails. Areas of interest abound, San Francisco, Yosemite, and South Lake Tahoe are all within a couple of hour's drive. Sacramento is a little over an hour away. Close by is the Marshall Gold Discovery (Sutter's Mill), Calaveras Big Trees Park, and the wineries in Lodi, Amador County, and Murpheys. Fascinating history of the Gold Rush abound if you wish to explore. The area where Camanche Lake now locates, was a ranch which the widow kept going, and was very successful. Her real life character was made into a TV series, "Big Valley" in the 1960's with Barbara Stanwyck. Although it's location is attributed to Stockton, the nearest city. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Big_Valley. ENJOY