Graeagle Mill Pond – Enjoy swimming, picnicking, fishing, and boating. Graeagle Outpost rentals – 530-836-2414: paddle boat, kayak, stand UP board or canoe.
Lakes Basin Recreation Area: Lakes and streams supply boundless variety for water activities. Gold Lake is the largest of the lakes and has a boat ramp for launching motorized craft. Water skiing, sailing, kayaking, and paddle boarding are also popular.
Graeagle Meadows Golf Course – championship golf course in Plumas County is one hour from Reno & Tahoe, in Graeagle, CA. With spectacular mountain views and 6,725 yards of “extreme golf,” with lofty pines, lots of water and elevated tees that offer the ultimate golf experience. Visit: https://www.playgraeagle.com/golf/
Graeagle has over 47 great trails running from Graeagle and up into the Lakes Basin area
Graeagle Stables – Hwy. 89, Downtown Graeagle – 1 hour and 1-1/2 hour family horseback trail rides. Horseback riding lessons and children’s horsemanship camps. Horse boarding. Seasonal, June through September. (530) 836-0430 www.reidhorse.com
Gold Lake Stables – Gold Lake Road, Lakes Basin area. 1 hour, 2.5 hour, half day and all day trail rides with scenic views. Overnight backcountry pack trips, including fishing, hiking, photography; all expense trips and drop camps. Seasonal, June through September. (530)836-0940 www.reidhorse.com
From the mountain forests to the open alpine valley, there are plenty of mountain biking trails to travel.
Community Multi Sport Events
Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship
Plumas Eureka State Park Museum, located five miles west of Graeagle on Johnsville Road. The museum represents the town’s gold mining past along with a stamp mill, blacksmith shop, and bunkhouse. (530) 836-2380 www.plumas-eureka.org
Off Road Adventures
Plenty of trails and riding adventures in the Lakes Basin just above Graeagle, whether it be in the summer on quads and off-road vehicles or in the winter on snowmobiles.
Tennis & Pickleball
Enjoy a game of Tennis or Pickleball! Courts are located at the corner of Hwy. 89 and Tolowa Trail in Graeagle. Fun for all ages!