Heritage Inn Yosemite-Sonora

Heritage Inn Yosemite-Sonora

350 South Washington St.
Sonora, California 95370
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Local Phone: (209) 532-3633

The Heritage Inn Yosemite/Sonora in Sonora California is nestled in heart of the historic gold country foothills, is only sixty miles from Yosemite National Park and minutes from Railtown and Columbia State Park.

Tour the California gold rush towns of Sonora, Jamestown, and Columbia. In the heart of the Sierra, enjoy skiing, fishing, river rafting, golfing, antique shopping, caves, and steam trains.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: Maximum 80 pounds
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Cost per dog: $25 Per Stay
  • Deposit: $100
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%

You coming? - Photo Credit: @namastenadine
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 »
Koda Exploring Tuolumne County <br/>Photo Credit: @dorriya
Koda Exploring Tuolumne County
Photo Credit: @dorriya
The rugged country leading up to Yosemite’s Big Oak Flat (North) entrance boasts a pioneer history as rough-hewn as the landscape itself. Tuolumne County towns along the Highway 120/49 corridors—Oakdale, Columbia, Jamestown, Twain Hart, Groveland—still have a boomtown feel, and with it, a relaxed attitude toward dogs.

Columbia, “the Gold Rush town that refused to die,” is engagingly preserved as a state historic park, its 1850s ambience captured in an array of historic buildings. more »
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