Learn about the Calaveras County golf courses where you can enjoy a round of golf in the scenic foothills. There really are some great courses to choose from. Scroll down for details on each golf course and book a tee time soon.
Calaveras County is also a great destination for wine tasting. Learn more about Calaveras County Wineries and combine a golf getaway with a wine tasting tour of this beautiful area. Consider planning a getaway that lets you enjoy golf one day and wine tasting the next. This is a scenic area with lots of small historic towns to explore and other fun things to do.
List of Golf Courses in Calaveras County
Forest Meadows Golf Course
Address: 633 Forest Meadows Dr., Murphys, CA 95247
Telephone: (209) 728-3439
Designer: Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Check out their website for special stay and play packages.
Greenhorn Creek Golf Resort
Address: Hwy. 4 and Greenhorn Creek Rd., Angeles Camp, CA
Telephone: (209) 736-8111
Designer: Robert Trent Jones II
Greenhorn Creek has been voted the “Best Playing Conditions” and “Best Value for the Green Fee” by Greenskeeper.org
La Contenta Golf Club
Address: 1653 Hwy. 26, Valley Springs, CA
Telephone: (209) 772-1081
Designer: Richard Bigler
La Contenta features a blend of meadow/valley fairways and rolling terrain highlighted by the dramatic drop of the signature 13th hole. It’s a fun course to play! Check out their website for specials!
Address: 1001 Saddle Creek Dr., Copperopolis, CA
Telephone: (209) 785-3701
Designer: Carter Morrish
In 1997, Golf Digest voted Saddle Creek the 7th Best New upscale golf course in the U.S. Golf Digest has also rated Saddle Creek four and a half stars. Only Pebble Beach is rated higher in California with five stars.
Sequoia Woods Country Club
Address: 1000 Cypress Point Drive, Arnold, California 95223
Designer: Bob Baldock
Sequoia Woods offers beautiful scenery and challenging golf. Nestled in the western Sierra Nevada at a 4,000-foot elevation, many of the fairways are lined with tall pine trees. The golf course is usually closed during the two coldest months of the year due to snow.
Explore a Cave
The Sierra Foothills offer a variety of fascinating caverns just waiting to be explored. You will be amazed by impressive formations created by nature through the centuries.
A whole new underground world is waiting for you to discover at these caverns in California. Formations include stalactites, stalagmites, columns, draperies, columns, curtains, flowstone, and helictites.
Tour options vary. Many tours are easy walking tours. You can also rappel down into the caverns. Explore the unlit portions of the cave using cave helmet lights. Take a short raft trip across a lake to reach caves. There are tours to fit everyone’s desire for adventure!
* California Caverns
* Mercer Cavern
* Moaning Caves