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
Visit Tuolumne County has received the official Destination Management Accreditation Program (DMAP) seal of recognition from Destinations International at their annual convention held last month in St. Louis, Missouri. At the same convention, Lisa Mayo, President & CEO of Visit Tuolumne County received her Certified Destination Management Executive (CDME) certificate.
August 06, 2019
BLACK OAK CONCERT SERIES EXPECTED TO BOOST LOCAL ECONOMY-Second Year of the Popular Concert Series to Bring 50,000 Visitors to Yosemite/Tuolumne County
The Black Oak Concert Series returns to Westside Pavilion this May. With its extensive roster of national headliners, from award-winning country artists, rap superstars and rocks biggest legends, the series is set to build on the momentum of its inaugural year. Black Oak Casino Resort projects that the second season will bring an estimated 50,000 visitors to the county in 2019.
May 15, 2019
Formerly known as the Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau, the private, non-profit corporation opted for a business name change to coincide with National Travel and Tourism Week. Now doing business as Visit Tuolumne County, CEO and President Lisa Mayo comments, “We are now doing business as Visit Tuolumne County. Not only does this keep up with worldwide travel trends but every time it is said, it is a call to action inviting people to visit.”
May 14, 2019
Spring brings wildflowers, waterfalls, and longer days to explore the abundance of adventure in Tuolumne County. California's Gold Country will be in full bloom. Capture the painted hills with a hike through the Red Hills and Table Mountain, or from the cab of an 1897 State Historic Park Wildflower Train. Stroll through the blossoming apple orchards at Indigeny Reserve and taste their organic hard ciders. Be wild and free like the falls that flow lavishly from the snowmelt in the High Sierra or Yosemite's lesser-known areas of Hetch Hetchy or the Grand Canyon of Tuolumne, where some have lost count of the waterfalls discovered. Pioneer all the ...
January 16, 2019
Same County, new adventures. In an everchanging world where growth offers more for visitors to see and do, Northern California's Tuolumne County is keeping up with growing trends. New businesses, 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, 2018
If the season is right Northern California's Sierra Nevada Mountains will be covered in a blanket of white. Traveling from the San Francisco Bay Area winter wonders are less than a three-hour drive to the East, landing travelers in the picturesque historical mountain getaway known as Tuolumne County. With Yosemite National Park, The High Sierra Mountains, and California Gold Country there are plenty of winter activities to suffice the niche of any traveler in search of winter, from sledding to snowshoeing amongst the giants, from ice-skating lessons to sipping hot cocoa, and from hitting the slopes to soaring over granite. You're invited to Tuolumne ...
November 25, 2018
Orange is the New Black, 30s are the new 20s and guess what? Fall is the new Summer. Summer trends brought road trips, unicorn rafts, 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 ...
September 18, 2018
With kids back in school and the days turning shorter many are thinking that summer is ending. NEWS FLASH: Summer is not over in Northern California's Tuolumne County (“Too-All-O-Me”), there are still road trips to be discovered, lakes and rivers to splash in, music to fill those summer nights, and meadows to frolic through. Tuolumne County has extended summer through Labor Day and into Fall; You're invited to SUMMER 2.0.
August 15, 2018
California's summer fire season has turned a corner for Yosemite National Park with today's reopening of the park's most popular attraction, Yosemite Valley. Yosemite's Gateway communities have come together with #YosemiteNOW on social media to show the world Yosemite's current conditions and encourage visitation that is vital to the region's economic recovery. #YosemiteNOW has quickly gained momentum among thousands of Yosemite fans.
August 14, 2018