Your official guide to Graeagle and surrounding area, graeagle.com is the premiere site that shares everything Graeagle has to offer. Highlighting the town of Graeagle, this site tells the story of where the great outdoors meet fine country charm and hospitality. You will discover the finest 18-hole championship golf courses, horseback riding, campgrounds, the best nature hikes, lakes, specialty shops and restaurants throughout the entire area.
With so much to see and do in Graeagle and the surrounding area, you won't want to miss out on anything. Graeagle is perfect for a family getaway, or a quick overnight escape from the big city hustle and bustle. This high Sierra setting is a well sought after spot for weddings and group events. So explore graeagle.com and begin your adventure in the great outdoors today!
The big event for Quincy comes to the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds next, July 2 - 5 for the 25th annual High Sierra Music Festival. A great event, this festival features an amazing line-up of top bands and entertainment. For all the detailed information about admission costs, music passes an.. Read More
This is it! This is the biggest weekend event in Graeagle, our 43rd annual Mohawk Valley Independence Day Celebration.
FRIDAY July 3, be sure to catch the Nevada Gunfighters (http://nvgunfighters.com/) who will feature Old West Gun Battles in the grass on the Graeagle Park throughou.. Read More
If you have a few bucks to spare, please donate it to the Mohawk Valley Independence Day (MVID) fund and contribute to the fireworks display on Friday. Every year YOUR donation (even a few dollars) helps us support our annual event. Look for the collection firecrackers in the local shops, and vo.. Read More
Every Wednesday and Thursday at Cuccia’s Restaurant you can enjoy half off per bottle of wine when you stay and dine at Cuccia’s for dinner. Indulge in some of the most magnificent wines from around the world including France, Spain, New Zealand and more. Dinner reservations are recommended. Con.. Read More
Showdown at the Bow Wow Corral will be held on Saturday, July 18th at Nakoma Resort from 5 to 10 PM. This dinner, dance and silent auction is created to benefit the High Sierra Animal Rescue with all they do for our fellow four legged friends. Tickets are $50 per person and are available at the .. Read More
On Saturday, July 18th and Sunday, July 19th the revival of Gold Discovery Days will take place at the Plumas Eureka State Park in Johnsville. The free fun starts at 10:00 AM each day with many activities especially for children, including: candle making, ice cream making, clothes washing, and g.. Read More
On Saturday, July 18th and Sunday, July 19th the annual Graeagle Arts & Crafts Fair returns to the Graeagle Park with numerous booths featuring quality, handmade crafts and fine art by the exhibitors. Live bluegrass music is also featured along with an assortment of foods and beverages at th.. Read More
Kids can enjoy a day of fishing at Packer Lake during their annual Kids Fishing Day, July 18th. There will be plenty of fun activities to participate in besides trying to catch that “big” one! Hotdogs and sodas will be available for purchase. For a map and more information, tap here (http://www... Read More
Join the fun on Sunday, July 26th for the Graeagle Century Ride. Challenge yourself to this epic 108 mile ride with 6,615 feet of elevation gain, starting and finishing in Graeagle. The course heads over to Gold Lake Road, through Lakes Basin to Yuba Pass, through Sierra Valley, up to Lake Davis.. Read More
I am writing this post on the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the Invasion of Normandy, years long ago, but never forgotten. Though it may sound cliché, the truth is, I might not be writing this post if the outcome during this epic event was different. Those heroes, who sacrificed their lives for the cause, changed the world for all of us, forever. For that, may they never be forgotten, but honored as we plan to do this year in our Mohawk Valley Independence Day 2014 Celebration, featuring the theme, “Honoring Our Veterans.”Read More
Who doesn’t love chocolate? It’s rich, creamy, and melts in your mouth. Any chocolate lover that discovers Buckaroo Chocolates is sure to squeal with delight. That’s because the Buckaroo Chocolate Company makes classic homemade sweets from artfully crafted chocolate to simple ice cream pleasures. It’s sure to please your sweet tooth.
When you first stroll in to the registration office at River Pines Resort, you are greeted with the kindest of hospitality by the front desk, and you feel a sense of home. Welcomed with smiles and hellos and the occasional lick from the sweet-tempered Boxers, it’s hard to tear yourself away from the heartfelt greeting of an affectionate dog. Making your way past the front and through the resort lobby, you enter the pool, filled with relaxation and excitement all at once.
Celebrating a local tradition, the Graeagle Holiday Festival in downtown Graeagle will happen Saturday, December 5th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. All events are free at this old-fashioned Christmas festival & tree lighting. Come enjoy the spirit of Christmas, visit the little red shops, enjoy.. Read More
To be confirmed. Join the fun at the Portola Tree Lighting and Parade on Friday, December 4th from 6:00 until 9:00 pm. There will be a light parade, best dressed window display contest, match Santa game, scavenger hunt, bake sale, craft fair, photos with Santa and more! For additional informatio.. Read More
Date to be confirmed. Shining bright, the Annual Quincy Main Street Sparkle & Light Parade is set to kick off the holiday season this year in downtown Quincy on Friday, December 4th. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m you can celebrate the magic of the season with the Downtown Merchants Open House, a beau.. Read More
The Lost Sierra Hoedown is four days of simple outdoor living and American music for the benefit of the Johnsville Ski Bowl happening September 24-27th. For more information about this event, or to view the great line up of bands visit http://lostsierrahoedown.com for details... Read More
Annual Antiques & Collectibles Faire happens September 4th, Friday Noon to 6 pm.; September 5th, Sat. 10 am to 5 pm.; September. 6th, Sunday 10 am to 4 pm at the Graeagle Firehall. Reputable vendors will have their goods for you to see and purchase. For additional information call 530-836-68.. Read More