Graeagle Meadows Vacation Rentals and real estate sales! Come play and stay in the California Sierras!

No matter what type of angler you are, you'll find plenty of lakes and streams to reel them in. The Lakes Basin Recreation Area boasts 30 alpine lakes and streams within a 10-mile radius. A map of the area is available in the Rental Office to help you start exploring and discover your favorite fishing spots.
Forward Bound Fishing: 530-836-0206
Dillard Guided Fishing: 530-832-6394
Mountain Hardware: 530-836-2589 (info only)

There isn't a better way to enjoy the natural beauty of our area. Located just south of Graeagle, the Lakes Basin Recreation Area has over 30 alpine lakes and 47 trails including a loop trail that leads past nine mountain lakes. Whether it's the half-mile trail leading to Frazier Falls or a more challenging climb to the top of the Sierra Buttes, Mt. Elwell or Eureka Peak, you'll experience the magnificence of the High Sierra. Biking enthusiasts can find plenty of good, high terrain including a trail that leads to a tremendous view from a lookout tower at 7,340 feet.

Horseback Riding
Explore the backcountry on horseback and take a ride back in history. Guided trips range from novice hour-long to rides to overnight pack trips complete with meals and drop camps. Horseback riding lessons and children's horsemanship camps are run throughout the summer.

Gold Lake Stables: 530-836-0940
Graeagle Stables: 530-836-0430
Horses Unlimited 530-836-4551

Plumas-Eureka State Park Museum: Located five miles west of Graeagle on Johnsville Rd. (A-14). This state park preserves the rich heritage of the Feather River Country's gold mining legacy. 530-836-2380

Plumas County Museum: Located 25 miles from Graeagle on Hwy 70. One of the most comprehensive, well-presented museums in rural California. 530-283-6320.

Western Pacific Railroad Museum: Located 12 miles from Graeagle on Hwy 70. This world-renowned museum preserves general railroad history, equipment, photos, and artifacts. 530-832-4131.

Off-Road Adventures
Plumas County has plenty of popular backcountry road adventures and plenty of well-maintained unpaved roads that will keep fans of four-wheeling and SUV owners happy for days on end. Maps are available through the forest service.

Gold Country Sports: 530-675-2322
Sierra Yamaha: 888-530-LESS

Snowshoeing/Cross Country Skiing
Let it snow…Let it snow. Enjoy the tranquil beauty of a snow covered landscape while getting great exercise. Ski trails are offered in Plumas Eureka State Park, Eureka bowl ski area and Eureka Peak. Also routes are featured in the Lakes Basin Recreation Area. Mountain Hardware: 530-836-2589

Plumas County offers over a 100 miles of groomed trails throughout the forest. Gold Lake Highway just south of Graeagle, is a popular snowmobiling destination because of its diverse terrain and scenic beauty. Snowmobilers can choose from many trails that branch off the road. Sierra Yamaha: 888-530-LESS

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