Nestled 4,000 feet high in the Stanislaus National Forest, the charming town of Arnold is one of the Sierra’s best kept secrets. Located on California’s Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway, the area is a wonderland of outdoor activity and watersports. Because of its elevation, you can play in the snow at Bear Valley in the morning and hike or play golf in the afternoon during Autumn and Spring.
The Arnold Rim Trail features more than a dozen miles of pathways along forested creeks and breathtaking ridgetop vistas with panoramic views.
Arnold is the “Gateway to the Calaveras Big Trees State Park”, where the continent’s biggest trees grow. Featuring giant Sequoias over 300’ tall and 30’ in diameter. The park flanks the Stanislaus River with terrific fishing and swimming.
A round-trip from the bay area is 2 ½ hours closer than Tahoe or Yosemite – close enough for a day trip! With outdoor concerts, car shows, arts & craft fairs, parades and so much more – there’s so many fun family activities for all ages.
So, let nature be the moving picture in your daily life and come to Arnold, THE HEART OF THE SIERRA!
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