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With dozens of dog-friendly places to stay, hikes, water activities, historical attractions and proximity to Yosemite National Park, Tuolumne County is a dream California Gold County vacation spot. The historic Gold Country town of Groveland is the last town on Highway 120 before you arrive at the Big Oak Flat entrance to Yosemite.
As part of Celebrate Tuolumne County Month, the Inns of Groveland are providing TWO, two-night DogCation packages, one at each of their two Groveland hotels, Hotel Charlotte and the Groveland Hotel. more »
Where's my breakfast? - Photo Credit: @olivertheguarddog
Sure, you can be traditional and stay at a dog-friendly hotel or motel during your Tuolumne County getaway, but the choices don’t stop there. Bed-and-breakfast inns, Airbnbs and traditional vacation rentals offer options with a more personal touch. Here are some DogTrekker favorites. more »
You coming? - Photo Credit: @namastenadine
The Gold Rush-era prospectors who swarmed the Sierra Nevada foothills in the 1850s made an indelible mark on Tuolumne County, dotting the map with a string of settlements—Sonora, Columbia, Jamestown, Twain Harte, Groveland—that still have a boomtown feel, as well as a relaxed attitude toward dogs. more »
Dog-friendly Groveland Hotel
You’ll need time and fair weather to explore the upper reaches of this diverse county, but we’ll get you started with dog-friendly suggestions in a couple of areas ripe for a fall visit.
, the county seat, is a great jumping-off point for excursions to nearby Railtown 1897
State Historic Park, where Rover can join you as you ogle the displays and hop into an observation car for a trip on the “Movie Railroad.” more »