Mammoth Ski Museum - The Museum invites you to explore 500 years of skiing history. The Main Gallery, Pioneer Theater and W. Mason Beekley Research Library feature the most complete collection of Eastern Sierra artifacts and the Beekley Collection's vast array of skiing art and literature, all under one roof.
Children's Museum of the Sierra - Offers young people the opportunity to explore, imagine, create make choices and learn by doing. This museum has not only become a popular place where teachers, parents and older citizens can assist and interact with children in a positive environment, it is also becoming a popular destination for many vacation itineraries!
Golden Chain Theatre - This theatre is dedicated to providing 19th century historic and melodramatic presentations and instruction in theatre arts to the local community, and the world.
Kern Valley Museum - The Museum offers some of the finest exhibits in California. Exhibits include objects from the Tubatulabal Indians, gold mining, farming, ranching and lumbering.
Wild Wonderful King Vintage Museum - Allan King and his late wife Barbara collected vintage clothing for over 20 years. For years, the King family held fashion shows to gather the funds necessary to open the museum. In 2002, the dream of the King family became reality.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area - Your search for the endless winter is over. With over 400" of annual snowfall, thousands of acres of epic terrain and an altitude that keeps things white into summer, Mammoth turns winter into a 6+ month season. Great Summer Activities as well.
The Golf Club at Gray's Crossing - Golf in North Lake Tahoe has never been better! Now Old Greenwood and its sister course, Gray's Crossing, are available for daily resort play, offering golfers impeccable course conditions, attentive service, unspoiled nature, and all-around challenging fun.
Lake Tahoe - Visit the South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce site for shopping, fishing, camping, golfing, and snow sport information.
Three Rivers Historical Museum - Established in 1991 by a gathering of people within the Three Rivers area that wanted to preserve the history of the area from the native Americans, through the cattlemen and logging industry to current times.
Fresno Flats Historic Village & Park - The museum complex is built around two restored and furnished homes dating to the 1870s. Both have been designated by the State of California as Points of Historical Interest for their unique construction styles once common throughout Northern California, but virtually unknown today.
June Mountain Ski Area - Hit the slopes with the family for a great time in the mountains. June Mountain offers 35 trails, 7 lifts, freestyle areas, and plenty of snow to enjoy.
KidZone Museum - A children's museum designed for families with children up to age seven. Located in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the rural alpine town of Truckee.
Lone Pine Film History Museum - Celebrates and preserves the long and varied film history of Lone Pine, Death Valley and the Eastern Sierra. The Museum began as an outgrowth of the Lone Pine Film Festival.
Gatekeeper's Museum - Lake Tahoe is one of our Nation's most prominent historical areas. Its dynamic geologic and natural history provide the backdrop for its rich cultural heritage, from Washoe camps on the banks of Emerald Bay, through the westward movement and mining age, and the establishment of the tourism industry, Lake Tahoe has been a cornerstone of American history.
Sierra Mono Museum - Inside the museum are many artifacts and baskets on display donated and on loan by members of the Tribe. Other collections include weapons, traditional games, ceremonial items, tools, and beautiful beaded crafts.
Tahoe Kids Camp - Located at beautiful Lake Tahoe, this place is what kids dream about! Hiking, camping, boating, and fun. Kids will have a blast and learn skills like leadership and teamwork. Several types of camps to fit your child's needs.
Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad - An exciting 4-mile railroad excursion at Yosemite Park's south gate on highway 41. Ride into history where powerful locomotives once hauled massive log trains through the Sierra mountains. Where mighty lumberjacks felled the timber and flumes carried lumber to the distant valley below.
Truckee River Raft Co - You'll cruise through mellow and serene areas with picturesque mountain views and lively little rapids, punctuated here and there with perfect swimming holes and picnic spots along the five-mile float down the Truckee River.