Highland Lakes Campground

19777 Greenley Road, Sonora, California, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Sonora

Sonora

A travel blog entry by margsim

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Stopped at Yosemite National Park on the way to Sonora. Loved it here - Ken, Brian and I went for a long walk through part of this beautiful park - I'd be happy to live here. Towering cliff faces, beautiful forrest, waterfalls and lakes. We got a bit lost but found our way back and had ice cream ...

Yosemite: May 17 & 18

A travel blog entry by jogheller

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... The peeks still had snow on them and Glazier Point was only opened up a few weeks earlier for the season....lucky us, this is a view not to be missed! Sentinel Dome: We walked up to the top of Sentinel Dome. WOW! Awesome views from here, 360 degrees of mountains and water falls. Just standing up here on top of the world! Merced River & Yosemite Falls (Lower): The Falls and river are fantastic, the size of everything here is overwhelming. Just driving through Yosemite is ...

Yosemite National Park

A travel blog entry by clendenens

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... lunch time (or shortly after) to get Iris down for a nap. In this case, we had just made a crazy one hour drive and weren’t about to just turn around and head home. So we read up on the trails and ended up going to Mirror Lake.

It was pretty, but I really like to hike trails. This one was actually a road all the way so it didn’t really have the feel of a hike. We hung out by the water and ...

A Cool Ride in the Hills

A travel blog entry by team-elephant

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... and relevance of the Federal Government and its right to govern. Or maybe it's not. What would I know.

I was just getting a rundown on problems with the Federal Reserve and why it should be abolished when Jo was rescued by three firemen who were walking by and took an interest in the fitout of Elephant. With the offer of lunch with the firemen, I made a gracious exit just as my interlocutor was decrying the credentials of Janet Yellen (the ...

Columbia Historic State Park

A travel blog entry by jonesgang

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After discovering that Sonora had discovered Starbucks and we had partaken our breakfast we drove a few miles down the road to Columbia State Park. This park is a representation of this area in the mid 1800s-during the gold rush. This park opens at 10:00 and we were some of the first people in. We panned for gold and gem stones. The scale in the Wells Fargo office was so sensitive it could weigh ...

Location

This campground, located on 19777 Greenley Road, Sonora, is near Railtown 1897 State Park, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Stanislaus National Forest, and Tuolumne County Museum.
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