This train is a restoration of the narrow-gauge Madera Sugar Pine Lumber Company Railroad. The four-mile track was rebuilt ... More
Yosemite Sugar Pine Railroad
This train is a restoration of the narrow-gauge Madera Sugar Pine Lumber Company Railroad. The four-mile track was rebuilt using original techniques, and it runs two vintage shay steam locomotives pulling a few passenger cars. You will hear the engine whistle, snort, blow and more. You will also be in the forest and get a good feel for what logging was probably like in the 19th century. The trains run on a variety of daily schedules from March through October.
The Yosemite Valley has long been recognized as one of nature's true wonders. Its beauty has drawn artists from all
over the world for well over 100 years. This museum displays a collection of works by such artists, all ...
Nestled in the Western Sierra Forest; 2 mi to Yosemite Natl Park; near natural attractions and just minutes from Bass
Lake. Amenities:Refrigerator. Iron. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Microwave Oven. Non Smoking Rooms. Television. DVD/VCR. Daily Maid Service. Fireplace. Coffee Maker. ...
This small village is a collection of historic buildings that have been moved to their current location from various places
in the park. Each building comes from a different time period. During the summer, volunteers and park rangers dress ...