The home of the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee also includes a 68 camp site RV park and many facilities that are available for rent.
A wilderness camp open June-September.
The fairgrounds in Plumas County are the site of the annual Plumas-Sierra County Fair.
Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort has grown to be one of Lake Tahoe’s largest ski resorts with over 2,000 skiable acres, serviced by ten chairlifts, including three express quads.
In July 1993 new owner Fibreboard brought many changes to Sierra Ski Ranch including the new name – Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort. Fibreboard also brought several innovative programs and guest focused services to Sierra Resort.
Booth Creek Ski Holdings' purchase of the resort in 1996 continued to fuel additional industry firsts for Sierra Resort. Sierra Resort has a long reputation of legendary terrain, excellent location and great value. Sierra Resort’s strategy of being “Lake Tahoe’s Full Service, Value Oriented Day Use Snowsports Resort,” is continually emphasized by providing great service, great value, big fun and a commitment to innovation. Sierra Resort strives to provide the level of service that our guests go home talking about and come back expecting.
In 2010, Sierra Resort was ranked by TransWorld Snowboarding in the Top 10 for Overall Resort, Best Pipes and Best Parks. Sierra Resort is again awarded the Silver Eagle for Environmental Education by the NSAA - this time for activating youth to clean up their local environments and take responsiblity for the trash they generate on a regular basis.
Check website for more information: http://www.sierraattahoe.com/
A marina on Lake Tahoe which specializes in restoring and selling antique and classic wood boats.
A ski and snowboarding resort in Norden, CA. Features a mountain with 4 peaks, 95 trails, and 13 lifts. The mountain gets an average 500 inches of annual snow fall and the longest run on the mountain is over 3 miles.