Your official guide to Graeagle and surrounding area, graeagle.com is the premier 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.
Not as far as you might think, Graeagle, California is located in the High Sierras of Plumas County, only one-hour west from Reno, Nevada, and two and a half hours northeast of Sacramento, California.
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!
Treat the special mom in your life to an exclusive Mother’s Day Getaway at Nakoma Resort.Read More
Plumas District Hospital is hosting the 2022 Sierra Nevada Conservation & Wilderness Medicine Conference at an entirely outside venue, the Pioneer Park in Quincy, California!Read More
The Junior Fishing Derby returns to the Graeagle Mill Pond, on Saturday, May 21.Read More
The Lost and Found Gravel Grinder is a perfect blend of pavement, dirt road, gravel road and historic railroad grade.Read More
Celebrate the Graeagle Independence Day festivities in downtown Graeagle and surrounding area.Read More
A 40 mile, 60 mile and 100 mile epicly beautiful bike ride in the Sierra mountains at Portola, California.Learn More
Summerfest at White Sulphur Spring Ranch.Learn More
30th Anniversary of the High Sierra Music Festival, Quincy, California.Learn More
A family-friendly 4th of July Celebration. Graeagle is the place to be on Fourth of July weekend!Learn More
50th annual Graeagle Arts & Crafts Fair inGraeagle Park featuring numerous booths with quality, handmade crafts and fine art by the exhibitors.Learn More
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to step back in time and get a real taste of what mining life was like, from the 1851 discovery of gold on Eureka Peak, through the 1890s.Learn More