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Tuolumne County Visitor Bureau Your Resource for Meetings, Conferences & Retreats in
California's Gold Rush & Yosemite Region
Scenic vistas, fresh air and wide open spaces can be a refreshing, invigorating and
enjoyable setting for conferences, conventions, retreats and even reunions. Flanked
by the Stanislaus National Forest and Yosemite National Park, Tuolumne County has
not only the idyllic background for meetings, but also unique places, such as authentic
Gold Rush towns for interesting off-site venues and “getaway” activities that will
help make gatherings more memorable and successful events.
Close to Sacramento, Tuolumne County is less than a three-hour drive from San Francisco,
but the difference goes beyond distance. Here, as the rolling hills give way to
the towering mountains, time ticks to a different tock ... the pace is slower, more
casual, and thus more enjoyable. Despite the “away from it all” and “small town
feel” through the county, most of the essentials are here. Sophisticated “wine-ing”
and dining” experiences abound at affordable prices. Excellent accommodations range
from historic hotels to delightful bed and breakfasts (with 10% to 20% discounts
offered during the off season months of March/April and October/November).
are only some of the added bonuses to be found in this relaxed setting. Also, tightly
scheduled meetings have a better chance of running smoothly with the absence of Bay
Area-type stress-producing traffic. And the sun shines on average 325 days of the
year in Tuolumne County, so you don’t have to be confined to four walls.