Groveland Bed and Breakfast Inns
Blackberry Inn Bed and Breakfast
— Groveland, CA
|The Blackberry Inn offers the unique opportunity... Read More
$175 - $265
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The authentic Gold Rush-era town of Groveland is rich in history. Tour the wonderful museum and visit many historic buildings and sites. Browse shops and eat in local restaurants. A community park has picnic tables, BBQs, a skateboard park, basketball courts, playground equipment and horseshoe pits. There is a public golf course and equestrian stables nearby. Activities include hiking, biking, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, white water rafting, wine tasting, and much more. Explore Yosemite National Park, only 24 miles up Highway 120. By Hotel Charlotte.
Groveland was once considered a very busy town, whose economy primarily depended on the gold rush. Although the times of the gold rush have long gone, Groveland remains a place of value for tourism. This can be proven by the fact that Groveland bed and breakfast inns remain lucrative businesses. Visit Mary Laveroni Community Park or spend a whole day just swinging golf balls and walking on the perfect greens at Pine Mountain Lake Golf Course. Groveland offers opportunities for adventures on water through the Arta Whitewater Rafting day trips. Cap the day at the Iron Door Saloon and Grill. By Blackberry Inn Bed and Breakfast.
Groveland, CA - Old West through-back town with the oldest saloon in California, world-class white water rafting, excellent golf course, oustanding cuisine from local organic faire to Mexican and history galore. On the way to Yosemite on Route 120 from San Fransisco. By Hotel Charlotte.
Groveland is an authentic Gold Rush era town, with lots of charm, and perfectly located for visits to Yosemite, and other local activities such as Whitewater Rafting on the Tuolumne River, Hiking & Swimming, Boating & Fishing, Wine Tasting, Golf, Bird Watching, Horseback Riding, and more. By Hotel Charlotte.