Fun for Kids in Graeagle
Feather River Kodenkan Jujitsu
Self-defense and Sports
Kids classes are initially a mix of games, and learning physical skills that are a preparation for learning self-defense techniques that are taught at a more advanced stage. Children learn strengthening exercises, foot and hand coordination, and balance; all elements that increase confidence in their physical abilities. They learn how to roll and fall safely. FRKJ also lets them do various competitive matches, for example a mild form of sumo wrestling. It helps them to understand their responses to physical contact with others. Only after their basic skills have evolved sufficiently do we teach the basic techniques of Yawara. And once their falling techniques have developed sufficiently we begin to teach throwing techniques. Click here for more information.
Follow the adventures of the Graeagle Bear as told by local authors, Kathleen Backman and Mary Lou “Dink” Rife. The books are beautifully illustrated by Backman and feature creative storytelling that is sure to charm all ages. Follow the Graeagle Bear's latest adventure as he explores Spring in Graeagle when "the flowers sprout and the grass turns green, and the entire forest comes alive." The Graealge Bear's latest book "Spring is in the Air with Graeagle Bear" can be purchased at many local merchant locations or ordered online by visiting the official Graeagle Bear's website here.
Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch
Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch covers more than 600 acres and is surrounded on three sides by the Plumas National Forest. This is the ideal location for you to get away from it all. A place for you to slow down, spend time with your family, meet new friends and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of nature. Click here for more information.
Sierra Sky Lodge
Cabin Style Lodging & Graeagle Vacation Rental
Cozy up in charming stacked cedar units. Enjoy a heated pool and satellite TV. Kitchen/fireplace units available as well as a community outdoor barbecue kitchen. Affordable rates. Pets welcome. Click here to see photos and more information, or to make a reservation.
Plumas-Eureka State Park
Camping, Recreation, & History
Plumas Eureka State Park offers interpretive events, such as campfire programs, nature walks, history tours, during the summer season. Hiking, fishing, picnicking, and other similar outdoor activities are quite popular with visitors. During their Living History Days events during the summer, volunteers dress in period costumes and lead you through what it was like to live in the community of Johnsville, one of the original towns that sprang up around the mines.The park is also home to the Johnsville Museum, which is open 7 days a week from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m, featuring exhibits on natural history, hard rock mining, local history and more. Click here to visit the park's site.
Plumas Ski Club
This local club promotes community skiing activities including long board racing, the Snow Ball, the Summer Concert series and other events. Click here to visit their web site.
As they detail in their mission statement: Trout Unlimited protects and restores "North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds." They further that mission by engaging in education, conservation, remediation and partnership efforts that benefit the coldwater fisheries in the Feather River drainage. Incidentally, one of their signature events is the Junior Fishing Derby at the Graeagle Mill Pond in May. Click here to visit their site.
Two Rivers Soccer Camp
Two Rivers cordially invites youngsters ages 7-17 to come to camp this summer – to learn new soccer skills, to enjoy outdoor activities and experience personal growth and make new friends! Two Rivers Soccer Camp is located 3 miles outside of Graeagle and is nestled in the majestic Sierra situated on the Feather River and Jamison Creek. Come experience Two Rivers Soccer Camp June - August! Click here for more information.
Western Pacific Railroad Museum
Historic Railroad Museum
The Western Pacific Railroad Museum located in Portola is a "hands-on" museum with over 100 pieces of rolling stock in their collection. Among these are an example of the Mighty "Centennial" and a Union Pacific DDA40X locomotive, the largest diesel locomotive ever built. The museum has many cars and artifacts of the "The most talked about train in America" - the California Zephyr. They also have one of the largest collections of cabooses in the country, and invite visitors to ride. For a truly unique experience, find out about the Run A Locomotive program and experience for yourself what it's like to be a freight Conductor. Climb aboard, and enjoy railroading in it natural habitat. For more information, or museum hours call 530-832-4131 or visit the museum at wplives.org.
Discovered by James Pierson Beckwourth
The Feather River Country: A Window On the Past
Story by Plumas National Forest
History and Heritage In And Around The Plumas National Forest.
Horseback Riding & Wagon Rides
Saddle up your family for an adventurous ride throughout Eastern Plumas County.
Highway 89 in Graeagle
Gold Lake Pack Station & Stables
Lake Basin Recreation Area
Red's Meadow Ranch
1850 C Road, Blairsden
Graeagle Miniature Golf and Driving Range
Highway 89, Graeagle, 96103. (530) 836-2107
Graeagle Mill Pond
Swimming, boat rentals and sun bathing.
Highway 89, Graeagle
For picnics, playing and fun.
Highway 89, Graeagle