Visit Tuolumne County Highlights US National Travel and Tourism Week and California Travel and Tourism Month
This week Visit California released the 2019 Travel Impact Report, prepared by Dean Runyan Associates. Tuolumne County tourism revealed a healthy growth. Overall total direct travel spending increased to $273 million in 2019 from $263 million in 2018. The report shows that tourism accounts for 2,440 jobs in Tuolumne County.
May 04, 2020
SONORA, CALIF.—March 18, 2020— Visit Tuolumne County is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and following the best practices from our travel and tourism leaders at a state and national level. In an effort to contain COVID-19, many are sheltered at home. During this time, we would like to share the many ways visitors can still connect with us and be part of Tuolumne County.
March 18, 2020
Yosemite Gateway Counties and Yosemite National Park Honored with Inaugural Visit California Poppy Award for Excellence in Destination Stewardship
Yosemite National Park along with Yosemite Gateway Counties- Mono, Tuolumne, Mariposa, and Madera are proud to announce that they were selected as the winner in a surprise inaugural category. The Excellence in Destination Stewardship recognized the destinations for their collaborative digital influencer campaign. The funding for the campaign was a grant from Yosemite National Park for the purpose of encouraging travelers to visit the region on off-peak days or seasons, take public transportation into the valley, and to arrive early if taking their own vehicle.
February 24, 2020
Spring is blooming throughout the rolling hills of Gold Country, the meadows of Yosemite National Park, and the peaks of the High Sierra. The warmer weather melts the snow, making for amazing waterfalls. Flowers start to bloom on mountainsides and in vast meadows, painting the landscape with vibrant shades of yellow, blue, purple, and orange. The days are extended with lasting sunshine that gives adventurers more time to explore the great outdoors. Spend the longer days exploring Tuolumne County, just 2.5 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area.
February 07, 2020
Visit Tuolumne County is pleased to host their first Agritourism Summit at Hurst Ranch on Thursday, February 20 from 8:30 AM- 3:00 PM.
February 03, 2020
Fill travel desires and tantalize taste buds too in Northern California's Tuolumne County during Restaurant Week, January 19-25, 2020. Tuolumne County is a traveler's playground and a foodie's paradise. Dine and play in Yosemite National Park, Gold Country, and the High Sierra.
January 02, 2020
In an everchanging world where growth offers more for visitors to see and do, Northern California's Tuolumne County is keeping up with the latest trends. New and expanding businesses and new attractions increase the adventures that await travelers in Tuolumne County. Travel just 2.5 hours east from the San Francisco Bay Area to freshen up old stories or create new ones in Tuolumne County's Yosemite National Park, Gold Country, and High Sierra.
December 26, 2019
The Tuolumne County Film Commission is keeping up with industry trends by launching an online Film Tuolumne County Resource Guide. The guide will provide production companies extensive insight into what Tuolumne County has to offer as a premier location for filming.
December 02, 2019
As the evenings get longer and the leaves start falling, the shopping season starts calling. Travel to Tuolumne County (Too-All-O-Me) where shopping small means giving big. Why save small-town shopping for one day a year- when there is a whole season of small-town shopping just 2.5 hours east from the San Francisco Bay Area. It is time to Power Up the Season and Shop Tuolumne County NOW. Forget the crowds and the stress of last-minute shopping and shop in the most magical holiday towns.
November 06, 2019
Orange is the New Black, 30s are the new 20s and guess what? Fall is the new Summer. Summer trends brought road trips, RVing, and hiking adventures. What if these beloved trends didn't have to end on Labor Day Weekend? What if there was a place where in fall, road trips to the High Sierra are filled with foliage, Gold Country had lakes still warm enough to float in, and where Yosemite National Park is not filled with people, but instead filled with adventure? Luckily there is Northern California's Tuolumne County (“Too-All-O-Me”), located just 133 miles from the Bay Area, where Fall is the new summer. Stop reminiscing over those summer memories ...
September 05, 2019