Angels CampAngels Camp is one of the many historic towns located along Highway 49 at an elevation of 1379
AveryAvery is located between Arnold and Murphys at an elevation of 3,389. This historic area is home to
Bear ValleyBear Valley is a recreational paradise! Situated at an elevation of 7000 feet, you feel like you are
Big Trees VillageBig Trees Village is a community at about the 5,000 foot elevation in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, just
Blue Lake SpringsProbably the most well known subdivision in the Arnold area, Blue Lake Springs is a recreation paradise with
Blue Lake Springs WestBlue Lake Springs West is a subdivision sharing the name of its sister HOA, but is ineligible for
Dorrington Meadows & Camp ConnellAlong the north side of Highway 4 you’ll find the tiny communities of Camp Connell and Dorrington, which
Fly-In-AcresLocated mostly off the north side of Moran Road, Fly-In Acres is a small subdivision of approximately 160
Forest MeadowsForest Meadows is a gated community along the Highway 4 corridor, west of Arnold. This development is situated
Grizzly RidgeSome of the most spectacular homes in Arnold are located in this subdivision which boarders Blue Lake Springs.
Hathaway PinesJust past the Red Apple Ranch you will enter the community of Hathaway Pines. The two main subdivisions
Lakemont PinesSituated around a beautiful, year-round lake, this subdivision provides recreation opportunities for everyone to enjoy. As the evening
Lakeside TerraceMeander the turns of Meadow Road (just past Fly-In Lake off Moran Road) and you’ll find an emerald
Lilac ParkLocated on the south slope, at the east end of Arnold, Lilac Park is a small community of
MeadowmontSituated on both sides of Highway 4, The Meadowmont Subdivision is a large community with roughly 1400 parcels.
Mill WoodsMill Woods is the newest subdivision located in the heart of Arnold. In this community, you can find,
MurphysMurphys, is known as Queen of the Sierra, and is located at just under the 2,200 foot elevation.
PinebrookLocated off of Moran Road, on the south-west end of Arnold, you’ll find the darling little subdivision of
Snowshoe SpringsSnowshoe Springs is a quaint older community of about 300 parcels in Dorrington. This earlier community, first developed
White PinesOne of the oldest areas of Arnold, CA, this proud little community (a sign upon entrance declares: White
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Dorrington is located only a few hours from the Bay Area and offers a plethora of outdoor sports and fun for families. You can downhill ski and cross country at Bear Valley, snowmobile at Lake Alpine, fish the Stanislaus River, bike, camp, backpack or hike the Pacific Crest Trail and golf at Sequoia Woods Country Club in Arnold’s own Blue Lake Springs vacation haven. You will find it all here along the Ebbetts Pass, Highway 4 Corridor. Local towns such as Arnold, Muphys, and Angels Camp offer shopping, wineries, golf and even spelunking.
While you are here learn more about California’s rich history in Calaveras County and surrounding Gold Country. Walk the streets of neighboring Columbia, a museum town, depicting life of the 1840s. Be sure to visit the “Big Trees” in Big Trees State Park, one of California’s outstanding state treasures. This park was created to preserve and protect two groves of giant sequoias—the world’s largest trees native only to the western slope of California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. Come vacation here – there is much to do and see!