Come and Visit this Eastern Fresno County Vacation Paradise
- Here Comes Winter
- Shaver Lake Fun
- Wishon Reservoir News
- Mono Hot Springs
- Ski China Peak
- Huntington Lake
- Central Sierra Museum
Experience the many exciting dining, sightseeing and shopping opportunities in Eastern Fresno County.
There are five California Sno Parks between Shaver Lake and Huntington Lake. Each has parking and restrooms
There are also trails for cross country skiing, snowmobile riding and snow shoe treks.
Sierra National Forest and the forest managed by Southern California Edison surround the Shaver Lake Region
Year around recreational activities abound in this area. Fishing, hiking, boating,, sailing, hunting, sightseeing and more await you.
You can also see wildlife like bears, deer, foxes, badgers, squirrels and many more.
This area is great for fishing, four wheeling and hiking.
Take you off road vehicle to Spanish Lakes or on the Dusy Ershim Trail.
Camp at Courtright. Climb the rock faces around the region. .
Enjoy the explosion of wildflowers during the spring season.
Beyond Huntington Lake and far into the Kaiser Wilderness you will find Mono Hot Springs.
Nearby are Edison and Florence Lakes, both very popular with fishermen and hikers.
Make sure to explore for the natural hot springs or visit Mono Hot Springs Resort
The thrill of roaring down the snow covered mountains on skis or a snowboard is fantastic
The China Peak Ski Resort is a family favorite. It features great runs, reasonable prices and lots of fun adventures.
The pure beauty of the forest, the snow covered mountains and being out in the wild is a fantastic feeling.
Surrounded by three wildernesses: Kaiser, Ansel Adams and John Muir. Known as the "best kept secret in the Sierras".Huntington Lake is at 7,000 feet and is a crisp and clear alpine lake. Read More about history of Huntington Lake. This area is undeveloped and surrounded by forests, lakes, streams, waterfalls, granite rock formations and views to take your breath away. Short day trips to the high country offer visitors variety in fishing and hiking trips or just taking in the beauty. There is always something to do in the Sierra or just do nothing, whichever you decide, we are here to help you have a relaxing and enjoyable time away.
The Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) public benefit corporation with a membership of over 500 individuals, businesses, and organizations. CSHS was founded in 1991. Its’ roots however date back to the early 1980’s, when a group of individuals in the central Sierra recognized the need for an organized effort to preserve the fast-disappearing history of the area.
This grassroots endeavor was the catalyst for the Central Sierra Historical Society, which identified as part of its mission the creation of a regional history museum. CSHS launched the Museum of the Central Sierra with a major media event in 1998.