Coarsegold, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Coarsegold

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6br house
    2 story 6 bedroom 7 bath luxury home. 4 upper level bedrooms have a private balcony. Each bedroom has a private bath. 20 miles from Yosemite National Park southern entrance. Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino is less than 1 mile. 20 miles from Yosemite National Park southern entrance. Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino is less than 1 mile.
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    Excellent
    12 reviews
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    The Spaceupstairs bedroom with queen size bed and en suite. Hardwood flooring with 3 large windows, French doors to let the sunshine in and enjoy your mountain views. This bedroom is suitable for 2 people. Guest Accessupstairs loft will have dining table and chairs outdoor fireplace downstairs bathroom Interaction with GuestsPlease let us know if you have any quetions. We will accommodate as best as we can. It will be our pleasure to make your visit pleasant. The NeighborhoodOur Neighborhood is quiet. Enjoy and relax, welcome country living with stunning views by day and memorable starry nights. Plan your activities.... 1.Play at Bass Lake 2.Pack a Picnic at Falls Beach 3. Hike along beautiful Lewis Creek 4.Visit the Giant Sequoias in Nelder Grove 5.Fishing in Bass Lake 6.Spend the day on the Madera Vintner Wine Trails 7.Learn Candle Making at Fresno Flats Museum 8.Enjoy hiking many of the Beautiful Trails of the Sierras 9.Be a cowboy for an afternoon or the day, experience the Sierras on horseback. Go Horseback Riding 10.Go Kayaking on the Lake. 11.Spring time is one of the most beautiful times in the Sierras. Take a drive and you will enjoy your own Wild Flower Tour 12.Take an Art Tour of our famous Art Galleries in Oakhurst 13.Picnic in the Oakhurst Community Park 14.Listen to Jazz on the Lake every Friday night at the Pines Resort in Bass Lake 15.Try your luck, go Gold Panning 16.Kick up some dirt – Go Dirt Biking on Miami Trails 17.Don’t miss the latest releases while you’re on vacation, you can still “Go to the Movies” 18.Art Gallery – Gallery Row, North Fork Community 19.Take in a good old fashioned melodrama at the Golden Chain Theatre 20. Feeling lucky? Go play at the Table Mountain Casino 21. You will find lots of Antique Shops, Collectibles and Wonderful boutiques like Petit Chateu in Oakhurst to find those memorable treasures you have been looking for. 22.Dine at a 5 Star Restaurant – Erna’s Elderberry House or Dine casually at South Gate Brewing Company, Faboulous food paired with your favorite wine or beer. Getting AroundCoarsegold is located on Highway 41 between Fresno and the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park, at an elevation of 2,218 ft (676 m). Nearby communities include Oakhurst, around 7 miles (11 km) away, Bass Lake, around 20 miles. Other Things to NoteCoarsegold is 28 miles from the South Gate Entrance of Yosemite National Park. Drive up the Yosemite Highway and enjoy its scenic slendor year-round and come upon one of the World’s most amazing views, the Tunnel View.
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    Excellent
    28 reviews
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    The SpaceTwo bedrooms upstairs with Jack n Jill bathroom. Warm hardwood flooring with comfortable beds. One queen size bed in one bedroom and the other room will have two twin size beds with french doors to the second floor balcony overlooking country mountain views. Guest Accessloft area upstairs with dining table and chairs. Interaction with GuestsWe will be in and out of the property but will always be available to make your stay with us a pleasant experience. The NeighborhoodOur Neighborhood is quiet. Enjoy and relax, welcome country living. 1.Play at Bass Lake 2.Pack a Picnic at Falls Beach 3. Hike along beautiful Lewis Creek 4.Visit the Giant Sequoias in Nelder Grove 5.Fishing in Bass Lake 6.Spend the day on the Madera Vintner Wine Trails 7.Learn Candle Making at Fresno Flats Museum 8.Enjoy hiking many of the Beautiful Trails of the Sierras 9.Be a cowboy for an afternoon or the day, experience the Sierras on horseback. Go Horseback Riding 10.Go Kayaking on the Lake. 11.Spring time is one of the most beautiful times in the Sierras. Take a drive and you will enjoy your own Wild Flower Tour 12.Take an Art Tour of our famous Art Galleries in Oakhurst 13.Picnic in the Oakhurst Community Park 14.Listen to Jazz on the Lake every Friday night at the Pines Resort in Bass Lake 15.Try your luck, go Gold Panning 16.Kick up some dirt – Go Dirt Biking on Miami Trails 17.Don’t miss the latest releases while you’re on vacation, you can still “Go to the Movies” 18.Art Gallery – Gallery Row, North Fork Community 19.Take in a good old fashioned melodrama at the Golden Chain Theatre 20. Feeling lucky? Go play at the Table Mountain Casino 21. You will find lots of Antique Shops, Collectibles and Wonderful boutiques like Petit Chateu in Oakhurst to find those memorable treasures you have been looking for. 22.Dine at a 5 Star Restaurant – Erna’s Elderberry House or Dine casually at South Gate Brewing Company, Faboulous food paired with your favorite wine or beer. Getting AroundCoarsegold is located on Highway 41 between Fresno and the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park, at an elevation of 2,218 ft (676 m). Nearby communities include Oakhurst, around 7 miles (11 km) away, Bass Lake, around 20 miles. Other Things to NoteYosemite National Park south gate entrance is about a 30 to 40 min. drive from Coarsegold.
    b&b
    2br b&b
      Take the time to enjoy and relax in the country. The two bedroom with jack & Jill bathroom is located upstairs wth a private balcony. The space will include two bedrooms; one bedroom will have one queen bed and the other bedroom will have two twin beds. The space will also have one bathroom. The space is located in the upstairs floor of our home. Coarsegold is a historical southern link in California's Gold Country and just minutes to Yosemite National Park Southgate entrance off Highway 41. Yosemite, best known for its waterfalls and priceless photos with family and friends. Play in the nearby towns of Bass Lake, Oakhurst, Mariposa and do a varienty of activities. Our Neighborhood is quiet. Enjoy and relax, welcome country living with stunning views by day and memorable starry nights. Plan your activities....Pack a Picnic, go Kayaking on the Lake, be a cowboy and experience the Sierras on horseback, take an Art Tour of our famous Art Galleries in Oakhurst, enjoy hiking many of the beautiful Trails of the Sierras. Our property is one mile from nearby restaurants, cafe (Zanders), gas, Coarsegold Market, souvenir stores and Antiques shops (Delightful Treasures). Coarsegold is 28 miles from the South Gate Entrance of Yosemite National Park. Drive up the Yosemite Highway and enjoy its scenic slendor year-round and come upon one of the World's most amazing views, the Tunnel View. Coarsegold is 7 miles from the closes town of Oakhurst where you could find more specialty stores and Boutiques ( find Gracious Gifts for you and your home at Petite Chateau) You will also find Starbucks, Round Table, Dine at a 5 Star Restaurant – Erna's Elderberry House and a fantastic casual dining place, South Gate Brewing Company in Oakhurst. Coarsegold is 28 miles from the South gate entrance of Yosemite National Park. Our neighborhood is quiet and is surrounded with country views from the upstairs balcony. Visit near by towns of Oakhurst, Mariposa, Bass lake or Yosemite. Plan activities like hiking,fishing,boating,skiing,hoarseback riding and family picnics.
      b&b
      3br b&b
        The space will include three bedrooms; two bedrooms will have two queen beds and the third will have two twin beds. The space will also have two bathrooms. The space is located in the upstairs floor of our home. Coarsegold is 28 miles from the South Gate Entrance of Yosemite National Park. Drive up the Yosemite Highway and enjoy its scenic slendor year-round and come upon one of the World's most amazing views, the Tunnel View. Our Neighborhood is quiet. Enjoy and relax, welcome country living with stunning views by day and memorable starry nights. Plan your activities.... 1.Play at Bass Lake 2.Pack a Picnic at Falls Beach 3. Hike along beautiful Lewis Creek 4.Visit the Giant Sequoias in Nelder Grove 5.Fishing in Bass Lake 6.Spend the day on the Madera Vintner Wine Trails 7.Learn Candle Making at Fresno Flats Museum 8.Enjoy hiking many of the Beautiful Trails of the Sierras 9.Be a cowboy for an afternoon or the day, experience the Sierras on horseback. Go Horseback Riding 10.Go Kayaking on the Lake. 11.Spring time is one of the most beautiful times in the Sierras. Take a drive and you will enjoy your own Wild Flower Tour 12.Take an Art Tour of our famous Art Galleries in Oakhurst 13.Picnic in the Oakhurst Community Park 14.Listen to Jazz on the Lake every Friday night at the Pines Resort in Bass Lake 15.Try your luck, go Gold Panning 16.Kick up some dirt – Go Dirt Biking on Miami Trails 17.Don't miss the latest releases while you're on vacation, you can still “Go to the Movies” 18.Art Gallery – Gallery Row, North Fork Community 19.Take in a good old fashioned melodrama at the Golden Chain Theatre 20 Feeling lucky? Go play at the Table Mountain Casino 21.You will find lots of Antique Shops, Collectibles and Wonderful boutiques like Petit Chateu in Oakhurst to find those memorable treasures you have been looking for. 22.Dine at a 5 Star Restaurant – Erna's Elderberry House or Dine casually at South Gate Brewing Company, Fabulous food paired with your favorite wine or beer.
        Bedroom
        Excellent
        26 reviews
        Bedroom
          This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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          The Space3 bedrooms, 2 bathroom upstairs w/ loft living space. Quiet country neighborhood with views from the balcony. Visit near by towns of Yosemite, Oakhurst, Mariposa, Bass lake. Plan activities, hiking,fishing,boating,skiing,hoarseback riding, family picnics. Guest AccessLoft living space with dining table, chairs, small refrigerator, microwave and toaster. Outdoor fireplace. Interaction with GuestsWe are in and out of the property but will always be available to make your stay with us comfortable. The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood Getting AroundCoarsegold Market, Coarsegold Pizza and Alfonso Mexican food restaurant ( all 8pm closing time) is 1 mile from our property . 2 gasoline stations and shopping boutiques are also about 1 mile away located at the Coarsegold Village Other Things to NoteYosemite South gate entrance is 28 miles from Coarsegold. Our Neighborhood is quiet. Enjoy and relax, welcome country living with stunning views by day and memorable starry nights. Plan your activities.... 1.Play at Bass Lake 2.Pack a Picnic at Falls Beach 3. Hike along beautiful Lewis Creek 4.Visit the Giant Sequoias in Nelder Grove 5.Fishing in Bass Lake 6.Spend the day on the Madera Vintner Wine Trails 7.Learn Candle Making at Fresno Flats Museum 8.Enjoy hiking many of the Beautiful Trails of the Sierras 9.Be a cowboy for an afternoon or the day, experience the Sierras on horseback. Go Horseback Riding 10.Go Kayaking on the Lake. 11.Spring time is one of the most beautiful times in the Sierras. Take a drive and you will enjoy your own Wild Flower Tour 12.Take an Art Tour of our famous Art Galleries in Oakhurst 13.Picnic in the Oakhurst Community Park 14.Listen to Jazz on the Lake every Friday night at the Pines Resort in Bass Lake 15.Try your luck, go Gold Panning 16.Kick up some dirt – Go Dirt Biking on Miami Trails 17.Don’t miss the latest releases while you’re on vacation, you can still “Go to the Movies” 18.Art Gallery – Gallery Row, North Fork Community 19.Take in a good old fashioned melodrama at the Golden Chain Theatre 20. Feeling lucky? Go play at the Table Mountain Casino 21. You will find lots of Antique Shops, Collectibles and Wonderful boutiques like Petit Chateu in Oakhurst to find those memorable treasures you have been looking for. 22.Dine at a 5 Star Restaurant – Erna’s Elderberry House or Dine casually at South Gate Brewing Company, Faboulous food paired with your favorite wine or beer.
          Hotel
          3-star Hotel
          Situated in Coarsegold, this vacation home is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Coarsegold Historic Museum and 1.3 mi (2 km) from Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians. Indian Lakes Park and Children's Museum of the Sierra are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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          Located in Coarsegold, Yosemite 41 South Mansion is convenient to Coarsegold Historic Museum and Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians. This vacation home is within the region of Indian Lakes Park and Children's Museum of the Sierra. Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned rooms featuring fireplaces. Have private balconies or patios. Kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators/freezers, stovetops, and microwaves. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and washers/dryers, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis. Make use of convenient amenities, which include a fireplace in the lobby and a television in the lobby. Featured amenities include laundry facilities and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
          Home/Apartment
          Excellent
          15 reviews
          1br Home/Apartment
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          The SpaceA cozy yet spacious upstairs Cabin with full bath and kitchen, queen bed and a full size "day bed" bay window seat. Satellite TV. Private property and parking with areas to walk. Mountain views. Guest AccessThis property lies is at an elevation of 2700 ft., above the fog/smog of the San Joaquin Valley. There are lovely views of the higher Sierras. Yosemite Valley is an hour and a half away. Bass Lake is 20 minutes away. Lake Millerton is 30 minutes away. The lovely town of Mariposa is 40 minutes away. The property is a private four acres with easy walks and outdoor retreats. The Chukchansi Casino is two miles away. Groceries are five minutes away. Oakhurst with CVS, Vons, Raileys, and several restaurants is 15 minutes away. Call for directions (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Interaction with GuestsI will greet you upon arrival and get you settled. I will be here at your check-out to say good bye and ask about your stay. If you have questions or any problems, I will be on property to help. Please call me the day of check-in for arrival details. Other Things to NoteThis accommodation is not appropriate for young children. Please no children under the age of 12, excepting infants. Local winter travel require chains for vehicles. Trailer parking possible, please call host for details and directions. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
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          2br Home/Apartment
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          The SpaceWelcome to your "Home Away From Home". The guest house is welcoming, clean, well-appointed and well maintained. We have tried to include everything you need to feel at home. Please let us know if we missed anything. :) Guest AccessThe whole guest house is yours for your stay. Nice size front deck to have your morning coffee or feel free to take a walk around the property to enjoy the nature that surrounds us. Interaction with GuestsI will always try to be available to greet you on arrival and get you settled in to answer any questions you may have. My home is just a short walk up the backside of the property from the guest house. You are welcome to text me to see if I am home if you have any questions. Otherwise, I generally give our guests their privacy to just relax, unwind and renew. The NeighborhoodWe live on a quiet country road with only eight other residents less than a mile off Highway 41. Coarsegold is conveniently located between Yosemite National Park and Fresno. A 1/2 hour drive in either direction will bring you to our beautiful national park or to Fresno, the 5th largest city in California. 18 miles north is Bass Lake for summer fun. Just 12 miles north is Oakhurst with restaurants, supermarkets, movie theater, CVS Pharmacy, Big 5 Sporting Goods, gas stations, post office, Children's Museum and lots of shops. A mere 2 miles north is the town of Coarsegold which includes a small market, post office, gas stations, some eateries like Subway and Gold Mine Pizza and a couple of shops. The Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino is just 1/2 mile south of us with several restaurants and a casino if that is your interest. Getting AroundYou will need a car to get around. We are less than one mile off Highway 41. There is a public transportation system via YART buses. The closest two stops are Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino (1/2 mile south) and the other in the town of Coarsegold (2 miles north) by the Coarsegold Market but no transportation to get to these bus stops. See Yarts website for further info. Other Things to Note$10 per person/per night after 2 people. Please let me know when you request to book who my guests will be, how many adults and/or children and their ages. There are no cleaning fees or deposit. We are very flexible in all areas. All you need to do is ask to see if we can accommodate your request. Our A/C is considered an evaporating cooling system which cools the home off nicely by drawing in fresh air and cooling it down. The cable TV is actually DISH satellite with a surround sound system. If you are traveling with someone with an RV we have an RV space with full hookups available upon request.
          Home/Apartment
          Excellent
          74 reviews
          2br Home/Apartment
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          The SpaceThis is a 2 bedroom 1 bath attached private apartment on 3 acres. You'll have your own private entrance, with ample and safe parking in a quiet neighborhood. Central A/C and heat keep you comfortable no matter the weather outside. We have never owned pets since the construction of this space thus it can be considered truly pet hair and dander free. The master bedroom has a new queen memory foam mattress, a side table, a mirror, and a cabinet full of board games. A sliding glass door leads to a small table and two chairs outside, and has a private door to the bathroom. The walk-in closet has hangers and an exercise bike you can easily roll out and plug in. The kitchenette has a mini-fridge with a freezer compartment. There is a 2 burner hot plate, a microwave, and toaster, and my favorite part, the coffee bar (with tea, too) which we hope will help you start your day off right. Almost everything in the kitchenette is new and includes flatware and place settings for 8, and basic kitchen tools. Ask if there is something specific you need. There is also an outdoor charcoal barbecue available for your use. The dining set seats 4 and would work nicely for a laptop work space. The second bedroom has a new queen pillow-top mattress a side table with mirror and a chest at the foot of the bed, that would work well for a suitcase. The peg rack is for any items you need to hang using hangers from the master bedroom closet. The bathroom's huge shower, which you share with a hanging plant, has an upgraded shower head, conditioning shampoo and shower gel, and if you forget something essential we may have what your missing, so just ask. Guest AccessWhen you arrive you will park in the large parking area on left side of house which is outside of the private entrance. Specific check-in arrangements will be made after booking, but generally someone will be here to give you a key and and answer any questions. For your safety, only the reserving guest with a valid picture ID will be receiving the keys. There is plenty of parking room for boats and RVs (but no hookups). Interaction with GuestsWe live on the property and are available to answer questions, address issues, offer local dining and recreation suggestions or to chat over a beverage of choice. We and our well behaved children will respect your privacy, but it's home to us, so you may see us outside. When the weather is right, you may hear us around our backyard campfire, which you are always welcome to enjoy with us, and if not, you can count on us being quiet after 10pm. The NeighborhoodYosemite National Park and all of its grandeur is a 30 minute drive. Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Park is a 45 min. drive. Bass Lake Recreation Area, the warmest Sierra lake, is a 20 min. drive. Chuckchansi Casino is a 5 min. drive. Sierra Meadows and River Creek Golf Courses are a 20 min. drive. Badger Pass cross-country and downhill skiing is a 55 min. drive. Sugar Pine Historic Railroad is a 20 min. drive. Horseback riding is available in several places, ask us! "Gallery Row" in Oakhurst features many local artists in a variety of media. The Golden Chain Theater, also in Oakhurst, is a live community theater and melodrama. Fresno is only a 45 minute drive and has what you would expect from any city plus some things that are unique (underground gardens for example). Ask us if you'd like to know more. Other nearby things to do include antique shopping, visiting museums, fishing, and gold panning. We are 1 mile off of Ca State Hwy 41 and gas, groceries, drive-through coffee shop, and restaurants are all within 2 miles. Getting AroundFor info on bus service to Yosemite from Coarsegold Village visit YARTS on the web. Other Things to NoteOur property has beautiful wildflowers in the spring, and while the summers can be hot, there are some great swimming and fishing spots nearby. Fall is a great time to visit when the summer crowds have thinned and the weather is usually nice. There is a slight chance of a dusting of snow in the winter (2500 ft elev.). Keep an eye out for deer, coyote, raccoon and even an occasional wild turkey. While we have rarely seen bears, wild boar, and have never seen a mountain lion, they are known to live in or near the area. Coarsegold also has a festival in the fall to celebrate the migration of tarantulas. You may see them walking across the road at that time of year but they are harmless, even though they look creepy.
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          376br hotel
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          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
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          Situated in Coarsegold, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.4 km) from Coarsegold Historic Museum and 1.9 mi (3 km) from Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians. Indian Lakes Park and Children's Museum of the Sierra are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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          The SpacePrivate property; bring your own tent to engage in seclusion, peace and quiet, cattle, horses, hiking, nature views, the river, swimming hole, pond, waterfall, bluffs bluffs and more bluffs, sunsets to die for, beautiful oak trees, dusty trails, rock out-croppings. This is one of those places you only hear about and have wondered how do I gain access to. Note: California experiences all seasons and the photos were taken over the winter so if you come during another season the greenery will adjust according to the time of the year. Also, while you're in the area the ranch is just 45 minutes from Yosemite South Gate Entrance. Guest AccessThis is a wonderful opportunity to pitch your tent on a large working cattle ranch. The cows are personable for the most part but are wild animals so treat them with respect. You are welcome to hike and explore this ranch it is quite big so I recommend bringing plenty of water. There is a port a potty near were you enter. Do not drive past the site where you'll be staying at unless you have a off road worthy 4x4 that can go over rocks, boulders and brush that may scratch the vehicle. If you do drive down to the swimming hole, pond or to catch one of these amazing sunsets over a Bluff, please drive slow and carefully. I will leave a map and you are welcome to explore on your own. No no no smoking or fires - extreme fire danger. Also we are striving to create a family friendly atmosphere so please no drugs or alcohol. Interaction with GuestsWe are having lots of fun sharing the place with travelers. Between being a Rancher and working with Farmers in the area as a local AG rep I don't let much grass grow under my feet as the saying goes. I may not always be on the Ranch but almost always can answer my phone. Feel free to give me a call if you have any questions. I have tried to give lots of info on this site, some of the wonderful history and fun it has to offer but words and pictures can only do so much. Hope you find this place as enchanting as we do. If I don't get a chance to personally meet you know that You are at a special place that my grandparents acquired the better part of 40 years ago with the intent for people to enjoy it. A place to be able to make incredible memories with each other and that is exactly what I am striving to achieve with each new guest. That being said there may be other campers that are staying on the property. Have a great day!! The NeighborhoodA piece of Gold rush history is where this ranch is located. In the 1800's just a stone's throw away is where gold fever first drove people out west. This is a ranch filled with history, it is thought that the pony express built the roads that travel through this place. There are still remnants of the old flume where they use to float logs from way up in the high country down the river to Madera. Not to mention it is also thought that the first place that hydro electric energy was produced is here and the list goes on and on. Getting AroundNot much on public transportation - you'll need a car. Coarsegold is about 10 min away: grocery store, cafe, pizza, Napa Auto Parts, typical small town. Other Things to NoteThank you for choosing to stay with us, I think you'll love this place. If you're not from the area it is quite hot in the summer months so please bring water if you like to hike around. The spring feed swimming hole does feel great when it's 100 in July.
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          3br house
            Sure, you drive by the homes of the stars all over the City of Angels. Now, it's time for you to live like a star in this red-hot movie/tv superstar's former home. Your express lane to old Hollywood begins in the living room complete with soaring ceilings, a limited edition Steinway, a staircase right out of the movies and a stunning fireplace. Master suite, with incredible bath/closets/fireplace, intimate office space with incredible mountain view--you'll feel you're anywhere but in the middle of Los Angeles until you see the klieg lights from a movie premiere just over the hill lighting up the sky. The cook's kitchen has it all. A country farm sink set in a greenhouse window--again boasting stunning views of the mountains. A restaurant grade Wolf range with six burners, a double oven, a broiler and a griddle. (This keeps the kitchen perpetually cozy as it has no less than 462 pilot lights always lit). There are two fridges--one a subzero with adjacent fridge. Also, in the butler's pantry, you'll find a commercial glass door restaurant grade fridge and tons of storage. Equipped with every imaginable gadget a top chef needs. Completing the kitchen is a 50" smart tv mounted on the wall. A central butcher block has bar stool seating. The Dining Room is adjacent to the living room and is the epitome of old world elegance with its French deco Sideboard, exotic wall coverings and subtle Venetian plastered ceiling. The expandable dining room table easily seats 10. It has a custom etched glass window overlooking a rose garden adjacent to the motor court. The media room is a couch potato's dream come true. It has everything. Apple TV. Blu-Ray. A "vintage" Pioneer Elite plasma screen tv and one easy to decipher master control that makes finding your favorite program a snap. DirecTV is the carrier at the house and the viewing package includes all major premium channels (HBO, Showtime, Starz, etc.), a DVR so any recording is available in any room throughout the house, Audio-wise the house is outfitted with the Sonos System. It's incredibly easy to use and once you download the app onto your smart phone or tablet, you'll be listening to your music in seconds. It's also easy to access popular streaming services like Rhapsody and Pandora. Guests who stay here love it as you can listen to different music in different zones throughout the house: Living Room, Kitchen, Media Room, Master Bedroom (soon to come a pool/patio zone). The guest suite upstairs boasts a queen size bed with a custom headboard upholstered in chocolate silk. Both window treatment are custom as well. Flat screen Sony 55" tv with DirecTV and Smart TV interactivity. Another fun feature about this charming room: a Juliet balcony overlooking the home's motor court and the mountains beyond. A guest bathroom is located on the second floor between the guest room and the office. Across from the bathroom is a closet for the guest room. As classically Spanish as the rest of the house, the office offers a completely different look. Industrially chic with polished concrete floors, a wet bar, and its own separate entrance to a private patio complete with fountain (this area was featured as the cover of a special section in Harper's Bazaar Interiors magazine featuring the house). Here's is a clip from the shoot A massive metal desk is the centerpiece of the room. It was actually rescued from the garage and refinished. Guests are welcome to use the I-Mac in this room which has two massive monitors. Rounding out this room are a flat screen 50" "classic" old-timey Plasma TV left by the former owner so it has a very sexy pedigree. The Grounds The pool at this estate is spectacular. If you use a popular search engine that begins with a g and type in "CJ, You fell in the pool there," you'll see Emmy Award winner Alison Janney in a memorable scene shot at the house (for West Wing fans--this was CJ Craig's house when she lived in LA). This pool is Old Hollywood...with a true deep end, and two built in seats with a perfect view of the outdoor fireplace. On a terrace below is a paddle tennis court. This game follows the same rules as regular tennis, but using hard paddles. (Of course we have pool floats and tennis paddles/balls that we welcome you to use during your stay). For the BBQ enthusiast, your dreams have been answered. The custom Viking Professional Outdoor Kitchen truly has no equal. It has everything: a state-of-the-art 60" gear complete with Tru-Sear grill-ology, a custom smoker. To keep things nice and toasty, a warming tray is just under the grill. The grilling area shares its counter space above with two burners, perfect for simmering some BBQ sauce on the side or steaming that corn. Down below, is a fridge perfectly located for the prime cuts you've been marinating all day. Pull a shelf and slide it right out.
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            6br Home/Apartment
              2 story 6 bedroom 7 bath luxury home. 4 upper level bedrooms have a private balcony. Each bedroom has a private bath. 20 miles from Yosemite National Park southern entrance. Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino is less than 1 mile.
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              2br Other
                Take the time to enjoy and relax in the country. The two bedroom with jack & Jill bathroom is located upstairs wth a private balcony. The space will include two bedrooms; one bedroom will have one queen bed and the other bedroom will have two twin beds. The space will also have one bathroom. The space is located in the upstairs floor of our home. Coarsegold is a historical southern link in California's Gold Country and just minutes to Yosemite National Park Southgate entrance off Highway 41. Yosemite, best known for its waterfalls and priceless photos with family and friends. Play in the nearby towns of Bass Lake, Oakhurst, Mariposa and do a varienty of activities. Our Neighborhood is quiet. Enjoy and relax, welcome country living with stunning views by day and memorable starry nights. Plan your activities....Pack a Picnic, go Kayaking on the Lake, be a cowboy and experience the Sierras on horseback, take an Art Tour of our famous Art Galleries in Oakhurst, enjoy hiking many of the beautiful Trails of the Sierras. Our property is one mile from nearby restaurants, cafe (Zanders), gas, Coarsegold Market, souvenir stores and Antiques shops (Delightful Treasures). Coarsegold is 28 miles from the South Gate Entrance of Yosemite National Park. Drive up the Yosemite Highway and enjoy its scenic slendor year-round and come upon one of the World's most amazing views, the Tunnel View. Coarsegold is 7 miles from the closes town of Oakhurst where you could find more specialty stores and Boutiques ( find Gracious Gifts for you and your home at Petite Chateau) You will also find Starbucks, Round Table, Dine at a 5 Star Restaurant – Erna's Elderberry House and a fantastic casual dining place, South Gate Brewing Company in Oakhurst.
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                  The space will include three bedrooms; two bedrooms will have two queen beds and the third will have two twin beds. The space will also have two bathrooms. The space is located in the upstairs floor of our home. Coarsegold is 28 miles from the South Gate Entrance of Yosemite National Park. Drive up the Yosemite Highway and enjoy its scenic slendor year-round and come upon one of the World's most amazing views, the Tunnel View. Our Neighborhood is quiet. Enjoy and relax, welcome country living with stunning views by day and memorable starry nights. Plan your activities.... 1.Play at Bass Lake 2.Pack a Picnic at Falls Beach 3. Hike along beautiful Lewis Creek 4.Visit the Giant Sequoias in Nelder Grove 5.Fishing in Bass Lake 6.Spend the day on the Madera Vintner Wine Trails 7.Learn Candle Making at Fresno Flats Museum 8.Enjoy hiking many of the Beautiful Trails of the Sierras 9.Be a cowboy for an afternoon or the day, experience the Sierras on horseback. Go Horseback Riding 10.Go Kayaking on the Lake. 11.Spring time is one of the most beautiful times in the Sierras. Take a drive and you will enjoy your own Wild Flower Tour 12.Take an Art Tour of our famous Art Galleries in Oakhurst 13.Picnic in the Oakhurst Community Park 14.Listen to Jazz on the Lake every Friday night at the Pines Resort in Bass Lake 15.Try your luck, go Gold Panning 16.Kick up some dirt – Go Dirt Biking on Miami Trails 17.Don't miss the latest releases while you're on vacation, you can still “Go to the Movies” 18.Art Gallery – Gallery Row, North Fork Community 19.Take in a good old fashioned melodrama at the Golden Chain Theatre 20 Feeling lucky? Go play at the Table Mountain Casino 21.You will find lots of Antique Shops, Collectibles and Wonderful boutiques like Petit Chateu in Oakhurst to find those memorable treasures you have been looking for. 22.Dine at a 5 Star Restaurant – Erna's Elderberry House or Dine casually at South Gate Brewing Company, Fabulous food paired with your favorite wine or beer.
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                    Sure, you drive by the homes of the stars all over the City of Angels. Now, it's time for you to live like a star in this red-hot movie/tv superstar's former home. Your express lane to old Hollywood begins in the living room complete with soaring ceilings, a limited edition Steinway, a staircase right out of the movies and a stunning fireplace. Master suite, with incredible bath/closets/fireplace, intimate office space with incredible mountain view--you'll feel you're anywhere but in the middle of Los Angeles until you see the klieg lights from a movie premiere just over the hill lighting up the sky. The cook's kitchen has it all. A country farm sink set in a greenhouse window--again boasting stunning views of the mountains. A restaurant grade Wolf range with six burners, a double oven, a broiler and a griddle. (This keeps the kitchen perpetually cozy as it has no less than 462 pilot lights always lit). There are two fridges--one a subzero with adjacent fridge. Also, in the butler's pantry, you'll find a commercial glass door restaurant grade fridge and tons of storage. Equipped with every imaginable gadget a top chef needs. Completing the kitchen is a 50" smart tv mounted on the wall. A central butcher block has bar stool seating. The Dining Room is adjacent to the living room and is the epitome of old world elegance with its French deco Sideboard, exotic wall coverings and subtle Venetian plastered ceiling. The expandable dining room table easily seats 10. It has a custom etched glass window overlooking a rose garden adjacent to the motor court. The media room is a couch potato's dream come true. It has everything. Apple TV. Blu-Ray. A "vintage" Pioneer Elite plasma screen tv and one easy to decipher master control that makes finding your favorite program a snap. DirecTV is the carrier at the house and the viewing package includes all major premium channels (HBO, Showtime, Starz, etc.), a DVR so any recording is available in any room throughout the house, Audio-wise the house is outfitted with the Sonos System. It's incredibly easy to use and once you download the app onto your smart phone or tablet, you'll be listening to your music in seconds. It's also easy to access popular streaming services like Rhapsody and Pandora. Guests who stay here love it as you can listen to different music in different zones throughout the house: Living Room, Kitchen, Media Room, Master Bedroom (soon to come a pool/patio zone). The guest suite upstairs boasts a queen size bed with a custom headboard upholstered in chocolate silk. Both window treatment are custom as well. Flat screen Sony 55" tv with DirecTV and Smart TV interactivity. Another fun feature about this charming room: a Juliet balcony overlooking the home's motor court and the mountains beyond. A guest bathroom is located on the second floor between the guest room and the office. Across from the bathroom is a closet for the guest room. As classically Spanish as the rest of the house, the office offers a completely different look. Industrially chic with polished concrete floors, a wet bar, and its own separate entrance to a private patio complete with fountain (this area was featured as the cover of a special section in Harper's Bazaar Interiors magazine featuring the house). Here's is a clip from the shoot A massive metal desk is the centerpiece of the room. It was actually rescued from the garage and refinished. Guests are welcome to use the I-Mac in this room which has two massive monitors. Rounding out this room are a flat screen 50" "classic" old-timey Plasma TV left by the former owner so it has a very sexy pedigree. The Grounds The pool at this estate is spectacular. If you use a popular search engine that begins with a g and type in "CJ, You fell in the pool there," you'll see Emmy Award winner Alison Janney in a memorable scene shot at the house (for West Wing fans--this was CJ Craig's house when she lived in LA). This pool is Old Hollywood...with a true deep end, and two built in seats with a perfect view of the outdoor fireplace. On a terrace below is a paddle tennis court. This game follows the same rules as regular tennis, but using hard paddles. (Of course we have pool floats and tennis paddles/balls that we welcome you to use during your stay). For the BBQ enthusiast, your dreams have been answered. The custom Viking Professional Outdoor Kitchen truly has no equal. It has everything: a state-of-the-art 60" gear complete with Tru-Sear grill-ology, a custom smoker. To keep things nice and toasty, a warming tray is just under the grill. The grilling area shares its counter space above with two burners, perfect for simmering some BBQ sauce on the side or steaming that corn. Down below, is a fridge perfectly located for the prime cuts you've been marinating all day. Pull a shelf and slide it right out.
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                    The SpacePrivate property; bring your own tent to engage in seclusion, peace and quiet, cattle, horses, hiking, nature views, the river, swimming hole, pond, waterfall, bluffs bluffs and more bluffs, sunsets to die for, beautiful oak trees, dusty trails, rock out-croppings. This is one of those places you only hear about and have wondered how do I gain access to. Note: California experiences all seasons and the photos were taken over the winter so if you come during another season the greenery will adjust according to the time of the year. Also, while you're in the area the ranch is just 45 minutes from Yosemite South Gate Entrance. Guest AccessThis is a wonderful opportunity to pitch your tent on a large working cattle ranch. The cows are personable for the most part but are wild animals so treat them with respect. You are welcome to hike and explore this ranch it is quite big so I recommend bringing plenty of water. There is a port a potty near were you enter. Do not drive past the site where you'll be staying at unless you have a off road worthy 4x4 that can go over rocks, boulders and brush that may scratch the vehicle. If you do drive down to the swimming hole, pond or to catch one of these amazing sunsets over a Bluff, please drive slow and carefully. I will leave a map and you are welcome to explore on your own. No no no smoking or fires - extreme fire danger. Also we are striving to create a family friendly atmosphere so please no drugs or alcohol. Interaction with GuestsWe are having lots of fun sharing the place with travelers. Between being a Rancher and working with Farmers in the area as a local AG rep I don't let much grass grow under my feet as the saying goes. I may not always be on the Ranch but almost always can answer my phone. Feel free to give me a call if you have any questions. I have tried to give lots of info on this site, some of the wonderful history and fun it has to offer but words and pictures can only do so much. Hope you find this place as enchanting as we do. If I don't get a chance to personally meet you know that You are at a special place that my grandparents acquired the better part of 40 years ago with the intent for people to enjoy it. A place to be able to make incredible memories with each other and that is exactly what I am striving to achieve with each new guest. That being said there may be other campers that are staying on the property. Have a great day!! The NeighborhoodA piece of Gold rush history is where this ranch is located. In the 1800's just a stone's throw away is where gold fever first drove people out west. This is a ranch filled with history, it is thought that the pony express built the roads that travel through this place. There are still remnants of the old flume where they use to float logs from way up in the high country down the river to Madera. Not to mention it is also thought that the first place that hydro electric energy was produced is here and the list goes on and on. Getting AroundNot much on public transportation - you'll need a car. Coarsegold is about 10 min away: grocery store, cafe, pizza, Napa Auto Parts, typical small town. Other Things to NoteThank you for choosing to stay with us, I think you'll love this place. If you're not from the area it is quite hot in the summer months so please bring water if you like to hike around. The spring feed swimming hole does feel great when it's 100 in July.
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                    The SpaceAllow yourself to be enchanted with the beauty of simplicity. I provide the space you bring your gear. Camp where ever you like •Sunsets When the day fades away you’ll want to be sure to capture the glorious rays of dusk as the sun rests its head on the horizon. •Stargazing The giant glowing bodies of gas can tell such a calming tail if we take the time to listen. On most nights the stars are so bright you can reach up and take a hold of them. •City view bluff If you are up for a nice hike to the top of the lookout after dark (bring your lanterns) the city’s lights come alive in the distance. It is quite a sight to see. •Dusty trails It is thought that the roads that travel this place have great history and that the pony express of long ago brought them to be. •Nature Viewing The sure breadth of this place has a way of showcasing some of the areas most precious resources. Granite out-cropings, towering oak trees, all the distinct seasons. The large body of consecutive range land beckons a host of creatures such as doves, quail, squirrels, bunnies, and many others. (Be advised there can also be snakes, bobcats, and perhaps coyotes). Be safe and respect nature. This is also a working Cattle ranch so it is not uncommon to see the cows grazing on the hills with horses in their midts Guest AccessYou are welcome to explore the ranch please do not enter or approach the homes throughout the property Interaction with GuestsI am thrilled that you are interested in staying with us. We are offering a truly unique camping experience. I am coming and going so we may not meet but enjoy The NeighborhoodA piece of Gold rush history is where this ranch is located. In the 1800's just a stone's throw away is where gold fever first drove people out west. This is a ranch filled with history, it is thought that the pony express built the roads that travel through this place. There are still remnants of the old flume where they use to float logs from way up in the high country down the river to Madera. Not to mention it is also thought that the first place that hydro electric energy was produced is here and the list goes on and on. Getting AroundWhen you arrive at the historic RWK Ranch you will quickly find that this place is a huge rugged display of nature. As you first enter you will come to a pick nick table and outhouse you are welcome to camp where ever you like. There is a map of the place on the tree please take one so you can get your bearings on what's what. Also if you have a vehical with good ground clearance you may continue on into the ranch there are lots of great places to camp along the way. Keep in mind the location of the out house. If you do have a regular car many of our guests have enjoyed hiking and being submerged in nature. If you go the hiking route please bring plenty of water and comfortable hiking attire. It is hot in the summer here so plan accordingly. There is a little town Coarsegold is about 10 min away: a market, cafe, pizza, hamburger stand, napa auto parts, small village with some fun stuff to look at especially on the weekend typical small town. Other Things to NotePlease no fires, smoking, fireworks drugs or alcohol
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                    The SpaceAllow yourself to be enchanted with the beauty of simplicity. I provide the space you bring your gear. Camp where ever you like •Sunsets When the day fades away you’ll want to be sure to capture the glorious rays of dusk as the sun rests its head on the horizon. •Stargazing The giant glowing bodies of gas can tell such a calming tail if we take the time to listen. On most nights the stars are so bright you can reach up and take a hold of them. •City view bluff If you are up for a nice hike to the top of the lookout after dark (bring your lanterns) the city’s lights come alive in the distance. It is quite a sight to see. •Dusty trails It is thought that the roads that travel this place have great history and that the pony express of long ago brought them to be. •Nature Viewing The sure breadth of this place has a way of showcasing some of the areas most precious resources. Granite out-cropings, towering oak trees, all the distinct seasons. The large body of consecutive range land beckons a host of creatures such as doves, quail, squirrels, bunnies, and many others. (Be advised there can also be snakes, bobcats, and perhaps coyotes). Be safe and respect nature. This is also a working Cattle ranch so it is not uncommon to see the cows grazing on the hills with horses in their midts Guest AccessYou are welcome to explore the ranch please do not enter or approach the homes throughout the property Interaction with GuestsI am thrilled that you are interested in staying with us. We are offering a truly unique camping experience. I am coming and going so we may not meet but enjoy The NeighborhoodA piece of Gold rush history is where this ranch is located. In the 1800's just a stone's throw away is where gold fever first drove people out west. This is a ranch filled with history, it is thought that the pony express built the roads that travel through this place. There are still remnants of the old flume where they use to float logs from way up in the high country down the river to Madera. Not to mention it is also thought that the first place that hydro electric energy was produced is here and the list goes on and on. Getting AroundWhen you arrive at the historic RWK Ranch you will quickly find that this place is a huge rugged display of nature. As you first enter you will come to a pick nick table and outhouse you are welcome to camp where ever you like. There is a map of the place on the tree please take one so you can get your bearings on what's what. Also if you have a vehical with good ground clearance you may continue on into the ranch there are lots of great places to camp along the way. Keep in mind the location of the out house. If you do have a regular car many of our guests have enjoyed hiking and being submerged in nature. If you go the hiking route please bring plenty of water and comfortable hiking attire. It is hot in the summer here so plan accordingly. There is a little town Coarsegold is about 10 min away: a market, cafe, pizza, hamburger stand, napa auto parts, small village with some fun stuff to look at especially on the weekend typical small town. Other Things to NotePlease no fires, smoking, fireworks drugs or alcohol
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                    The SpaceWe are still taking reservation, secure your space today. Free parking with no lines or waiting and hoping you get a spot. Have the peace of mind that you have your spot booked today. We are a bit lax, you can just show up at your convenience. Set up camp where ever you please (I provide the land you bring your own gear, no tents provided, bring plenty of water). We have a very simple check in upon booking you receive detailed directions with a combination to the gate. (That's it) We want people to be able to enjoy nature and this working Cattle Ranch boasts of many great things to do while you are here. Or if you just need a spot to camp before you head on in to the park that is fine to. See you soon, Pat
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                    The SpaceWood floors throughout. Home has3 bedrooms & 2 baths. Features 1 queen bed, 1 full bed, 2 twin beds and 1 toddlers bed. Home has 5 large closets. Full service kitchen with attached eating area. Large sunroom that could make a fourth bedroom. Plenty of parking with a two car garage. Wood burning fireplace inside living room and electric wood stove in sunroom. Washer and dryer inside washroom. Guest AccessAccess to full home. The NeighborhoodVery quiet neighborhood. Home on corner with circular drive. Getting AroundYARTS transit to Yosemite and Chukchansi casino. Other Things to NoteA black cat named Lucy likes to hang around the home outside sometimes.
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                    The SpaceAllow yourself to be enchanted with the beauty of simplicity. I provide the space you bring your gear (No tents included). Camp where ever you like •Sunsets When the day fades away you’ll want to be sure to capture the glorious rays of dusk as the sun rests its head on the horizon. •Stargazing The giant glowing bodies of gas can tell such a calming tail if we take the time to listen. On most nights the stars are so bright you can reach up and take a hold of them. •City view bluff If you are up for a nice hike to the top of the lookout after dark (bring your lanterns) the city’s lights come alive in the distance. It is quite a sight to see. •Dusty trails It is thought that the roads that travel this place have great history and that the pony express of long ago brought them to be. •Nature Viewing The sure breadth of this place has a way of showcasing some of the areas most precious resources. Granite out-cropings, towering oak trees, all the distinct seasons. The large body of consecutive range land beckons a host of creatures such as doves, quail, squirrels, bunnies, and many others. (Be advised there can also be snakes, bobcats, and perhaps coyotes). Be safe and respect nature. This is also a working Cattle ranch so it is not uncommon to see the cows grazing on the hills with horses in their midts Guest AccessYou are welcome to explore the ranch please do not enter or approach the homes throughout the property Interaction with GuestsI am thrilled that you are interested in staying with us. We are offering a truly unique camping experience. I am coming and going so we may not meet but enjoy The NeighborhoodA piece of Gold rush history is where this ranch is located. In the 1800's just a stone's throw away is where gold fever first drove people out west. This is a ranch filled with history, it is thought that the pony express built the roads that travel through this place. There are still remnants of the old flume where they use to float logs from way up in the high country down the river to Madera. Not to mention it is also thought that the first place that hydro electric energy was produced is here and the list goes on and on.
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                    The SpaceWe welcome you to our home. Our space is located in a peaceful canyon on 22 acres for privacy. The rooms are located under a large log home with a blue roof. The lower floor is entirely yours. Naturally cool in summer, cozy in winter. The lower floor is comprised of a private bathroom, a bedroom, and a living room that has a foldout bed and two singles with a family table, refrigerator and microwave. Beds can be located within rooms to meet your needs. Highchair or crib available upon request. Large patio for BBQ, a glider to sit in and play family games. Great for family! Couples welcomed too. Guest AccessTurn off Hwy 41, onto Serpa Canyon Road, stop. Immediately to your right is Serpa Canyon Drive. Road goes down, veers left and turns to dirt surface. Continue on the dirt road 400 feet. You will see our driveway on the right with address post - has 2 bright red reflectors and "36800". Park anywhere. You will access the lower level of our Log Home. For Help, Call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) when at hwy. 41 turn in. Interaction with GuestsWe will gladly offer help and advise throughout your stay. The NeighborhoodOur property is on 22 acres overlooking a pond. It is serene and peaceful. Getting AroundPlenty of room to park. Other Things to NoteGreat for hikes and relaxation in this quiet get-a-way nestled in Serpa Canyon. Coffee service and traditional snacks only. Camp fires( limited to fire season restrictions) available upon asking.
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                    Thunder Ridge Ranch is the premier vacation home in the High Sierra & Yosemite area! 200 acre Private Ranch, with a 5000 square feet home. A Perfect location for summer vacations. There are so many activities you can do without having to leave the premises! From swimming pool & jetted hot tub, covered outdoor patio with sink, barbecue grill, and additional bathroom. Private tennis court, huge children's commercial grade playground, basketball 1/4 court, golf driving and putting green deck, baby grand piano w/ player piano, hiking, horseshoes pits, game room with pool table, ping pong and other games, large barbecue area, farm and ranch animals to meet. There are so many things for everyone to enjoy while having privacy for your getaway! Thunder Ridge Ranch is a split level home with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths. Inside the main home enjoy a Fully equipped Kitchen, dining room, main living room, three custom-built fireplaces, media room movie library. The master bedroom is upstairs with king bed, sitting area and custom-rock shower and bathroom. The other 3 bedrooms each have queen beds. There are two levels of outdoor decking including a large outdoor barbecue and pool area in the back of the home that would be great to host family getaways, reunions, and small weddings ceremonies for those interested in an intimate private setting. There is a large game room upstairs of garage with pool table, ping pong, and miscellaneous other games and full bath. Thunder Ridge Ranch is about a private get-away, but still close to great local attractions. It is only 10 minutes from Oakhurst or Coarsegold, and 25 minutes away from Bass Lake. The property is conveniently located 40 minutes away from the South Entrance of Yosemite National Park! There is easy access to highway 41 & 49. Central California location to get to San Francisco (3 1/2 hours) or Disneyland (4 hours). We have a caretaker that lives on the property that feeds the animals and is available for any help or questions you may have. Home Guest Max. 8 Adults FOR SMALL GROUP EVENTS PLEASE CONTACT US FOR SPECIFIC RATES. Home Guest limit to 40. For Events at Thunder Ridge Ranch Venue check out: http://www.thunderridgeranchvenue.com Keywords: High Sierra, Yosemite, Bass Lake, Oakhurst, Coarsegold, Estate, Private Home, tennis courts, children's playground, working ranch with livestock, Privacy.