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Madera Wine Trail

Madera Wine Trail

Madera is one of oldest grape growing regions in America. Visit the award-winning, family-owned wineries along the Madera Wine Trail and literally taste wine with the owners and winemakers. The countless acres of vineyards you see throughout the county grow wine grapes for some of the biggest names in American wines. But many of those grapes are used to make wines right here in Madera County that are earning increasing distinction above their better known competitors brands. Don’t miss their 2 annual Wine Trail events every February and November.
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Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park hosts over 4 million visitors per year and the most popular road into Yosemite is through Madera County’s Highway 41. Highway 41 takes visitors through the south gate of Yosemite where the first iconic attraction you will see is the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoia. Take the shuttle into the grove to view these majestic trees in the newly restored grove re-opening in Summer of 2018. Follow Highway 41 into the historic town of Wawona where you’ll step back in time as you explore the town. As you make your way into Yosemite Valley you’ll come to Tunnel View which is one of the most photographed vistas in the world. The best way to enjoy Yosemite Valley is to park your car and take the free Yosemite Valley Shuttle to all the iconic and hidden treasures that Yosemite has to offer.
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Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad

Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad

Ride the logger! The Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad takes you on a ride through history aboard a genuine shay geared steam locomotive through the beautiful Sierra National Forest. Our one hour narrated excursion travels a four mile round trip and includes a stopover to enjoy the beautiful scenery and watch the locomotive crew service the engine. Daily steam trains operate seasonally April through October. "Moonlight Special" BBQ dinner trains run during the summer months on Wednesdays and Saturdays in June, July, August, and just on Saturdays in September. For a complete schedule and book your reservation, visit our website.
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Bass Lake

Bass Lake

Bass Lake was named one of the “West’s Best Lakes” by Sunset Magazine and is known for fishing, watersports, hiking, mountain biking, shopping, and excellent lakeside dining. Lodging options include camping, cabins, luxurious vacation rentals, and full service resorts. Don’t have a watercraft? No problem, there are 3 marinas around the lake offering everything from paddle boards to pontoon boats. You’ll find numerous lakeside dining options from the best burgers at The Forks Resort and Miller’s Landing Resort to fine dining Ducey’s on the Lake. In the Pines Village there’s even a full-service market & deli should you choose to picnic or dine in your cabin. The Village also features gift shops, the Pines Bar, the Pines Village Bakery & Pizzeria, several Real Estate offices and a Casa Velasco Mexican restaurant. There is never a lack of things to do and see at beautiful Bass Lake.
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