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Breathe - Splash

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Tread Lightly

There are so many options to explore on foot.  You could start with the walk to Frasier Falls but really there are better choices.  Mild loop hikes with names like Bear Lakes Loop at 2.2 miles or more challenging is the climb to Mount Elwell.  The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is the first place to start your planning.  We were so very fortunate to have been spared in the summer fires that crept dangerously close to much of our beautiful terrain.

            Plumas National Forest - Lakes Basin Recreation Area (usda.gov)

Splash

 

There are secret swimming holes to find on your own or indulge in more obvious standards like the Graeagle Mill Pond.  Farther up the Gold Lake Highway in the Lakes Basin area Sand Pond is a gem.  The Middle Fork of the Feather River is less than a 1.5 Miles from Neighbors RV Village along a peaceful country road.

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Crunch

This year Christmas Tree Cutting Permits are available for purchase online at www.recreation.gov Neighbors RV Village will be open all year in hopes that winter will be just right when it comes to snow.  If you care to brave some cold - winter is a perfect time to visit.  The Johnsville Ski Area is home of the longboard races, held the second Sunday in January, February and March, snow permitting.

Crackle

Good place to talk about the trail stewardship thing and the bike trails and riding.

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Ding, Ding, Ding

 

Cromberg is centrally located close to Graeagle golfing
Lakes Basin hiking
Fishing the Middle Fork of the Feather River
Run a locomotive - Western Pacific Railroad Museum in Portola
Christmas tree cutting in the surrounding Plumas National Forest (permit required, available online)
Feather River College in Quincy
Area Dining and the shops of Graeagle, Portola and Quincy
Horseback riding
Craft Beer Brewing
Farmer’s Markets
Mountain bike trails, riding
Longboard Races

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