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Paradise Springs Relaunches as The Lodge at Two Moons

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BASS LAKE — Green 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 ...

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Sierra Sky Ranch Revitalizes with New Management

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OAKHURST — Sierra Sky Ranch, the venerable Oakhurst hotel that sits right at one of the entrances to the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway on Road 632 (Sky Ranch Road), has new life, new management and a new vision. Still, it intends to keep with old traditions the property has always embodied, after being acquired by the Green Door Hospitality Group. Among ...

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Effects of The Creek Fire on The Sierra Vista Scenic Byway Gets a Closer Look on This New Episode of “Outside Beyond the Lens”

Wildfire devastation gives way to silver linings in the Sierra National Forest. This powerful new production explores the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway, now a journey with front-row views of a forest in a state of rebirth.  NORTH FORK, CA – Another episode of “Outside Beyond the Lens” hits close to home for the mountain communities in California living with the ...

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Time Travel On The Sierra Vista Scenic Byway

SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST — Travel up the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway with USFS Archaeologist Erin Potter, who will provide fascinating insights along the way. Interested parties will want to meet at the Forest Service Office in North Fork at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 20 and then explore parts of the Scenic Byway (4281) as far as Fish Creek. Erin ...

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Reforesting The French Fire Burn Scar Along The Scenic Byway

NORTH FORK –  Work is underway on the Eastern Madera Wildfire Reforestation Project – focused on reforesting 350 acres of Sierra National Forest burned in the 2014 French Fire. The project site is located near Mile High Vista along the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway. This particular area was chosen because of the high severity of the wildfire as it burned ...

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Meeting On French Fire Reforestation Along The Scenic Byway

OAKHURST – The Eastern Madera Wildfire Reforestation Project will be discussed at a community meeting at the Oakhurst Community Center on Tuesday, May 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. The meeting will be led by the Yosemite/Sequoia Resource Conservation and Development Council (Y/S RC&DC) along with a representative from the Sierra National Forest Bass Lake Ranger District. There will be ...

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Guided Tours Of Nelder Grove Area After The Railroad Fire

OAKHURST – Reserve your spot now for a tour of the Railroad Fire area, and experience the unique and beautiful wildflowers that blanket the landscape after a wildfire. Sierra National Forest Botanist Joanna Clines will lead a hike to see the mountain lady’s slipper orchids bloom near Nelder Grove on Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The ...

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Public Invited To Sierra Vista Scenic Byway Annual Meeting

NORTH FORK – The Sierra Vista Scenic Byway Association will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday, Apr. 11 at 7 p.m. at the North Fork School in the Music Room at the back of Kennedy Hall. District Ranger Denise Tolmie will give a presentation on “Fire, Flood, Drought and Beetles – The Elements of Change in the Sierra,” followed by ...

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Sierra Vista Scenic Byway Listed As “Hidden Gem”

SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST – Adventurers looking for the spectacular scenery of Yosemite National Park without the crowds — there is a road less traveled right in your back yard. The Sierra Vista Scenic Byway, recently featured as a California “Hidden Gem” by Visit California, is a 100-mile stretch of road from North Fork — the exact center of California — ...

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