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The Lodge at Two Moons represents a chance to connect with family and friends, and reconnect with Mother Earth in total privacy and seclusion.

Paradise Springs Relaunches as The Lodge at Two Moons

BASS LAKEGreen Door Hospitality Group, has recently purchased the property formerly known as Paradise Springs and rebranded it as The Lodge at Two Moons. They have also acquired the historic Sierra Sky Ranch and plan to make the two into “sister properties” which will support and enhance what each can offer to its unique audience.

100 Secluded, Forested Acres

A 100-acre wedding and events venue which sits at 5,200 feet elevation about five miles north of Sierra Sky Ranch along Rd 632. The property has played host to retreats and weddings in the past as a unique setting surrounded by forest and away from traffic, lights and people. Green Door’s intention is to bring the property fully into 2022, enhanced by providing unique food & beverage offerings and experiential programming.

The Lodge at Two Moons represents a chance to connect with family and friends, and reconnect with Mother Earth in total privacy and seclusion. Surrounded only by the sounds of nature and crisp mountain air, guests embrace a sense of peace as the worries of everyday life are replaced with the feeling of being recharged and recentered.

Hiking adventures abound in the area, with its proximity to Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway.

Where the Name Came From

The story behind the name came from the rare astrological phenomenon of a double moon— a time when a second New Moon enters to bring clarity, reflection, and energy. The Lodge at Two Moons’ mission is to create a guided journey through curated itineraries, four-star menu offerings, and incredible spaces with unmatched views of the Sierra Nevada.

Sean Mangold has joined Green Door Hospitality’s team to help oversee this transition at The Lodge at Two Moons and create world-class experiences for guests. Sean brings an abundance of hospitality experience having held numerous executive positions at Tenaya Lodge.

“We are thrilled to have Sean aboard during these exciting times,” Matt states, “and our Executive Chef Brandon Bollenbacher will also oversee the culinary program.”

The Lodge at Two Moons is a sister property to Sierra Sky Ranch, to provide guests with everything needed for a spectacular day (or week).

The Lodge at Two Moons is located at 52770 Road 632, Oakhurst. For inquires contact sales director Jessica Trettin at 559-642-2613 or email her at  jessica@thelodgeatm.com.

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