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“Columbia is a real town, it never actually closes. Most businesses are open from 10:00am to 5:00pm. The town’s old Gold Rush-era business district has been preserved with shops, restaurants and two hotels. Visitors have the chance to time-travel to … Continue reading
“Our mission is to maximize recreation opportunities for all the people in all the areas of Amador County by working collaboratively and thinking regionally.”
To promote tennis as an enriching, healthy, lifelong sport to all people without discrimination.
We currently publish Calaveras Kids, a free resource and recreation guide distributed annually through public/private schools, day care centers, government and non-profit agencies and area businesses. Non-profit and government listings are free. Calaveras Senior, a free resource and recreation guide … Continue reading
Calaveras Kids is an annual comprehensive recreation and resource guide for families living in and/or visiting Calaveras County. Available free online and in print. Pick up a copy today at area public libraries, schools, resource agencies and high-traffic retail areas … Continue reading
Calaveras Ranger District encompasses the Highway 4 corridor in the northwest portion of the forest. Calaveras offers a variety of recreation opportunities including camping, biking, and horseback riding. The district offers special use permits.
Camping Women came into being in 1977 as a nonprofit, educational and service organization for women 18 and over. The two founders, who had many years of experience in Girl Scout camping, knew how Scouting had helped girls and adults … Continue reading
The Groveland District offers a variety of recreation opportunities including enjoyable and challenging white water rafting runs. The district also offers special use permits for woodcutting, minerals, wilderness trips.
Community based social and recreational opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.