Pinecrest Lake Resort
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Conseils des habitants
Swim from the beach or walk a little on the trail and you can swim from the rocks. Return in the evening for Movies Under the Stars.
There's a huge lake surrounded by granite mountains. In Summer there are a lot of campers and parking is limited, but it's a gorgeous place. A trail goes all around the lake that is about 4 miles of somewhat challenging hiking. They even have an outdoor movie theater that shows first run movies. The…
Beautiful mountain lake with blue water! Nice beach and snack shack at the lake. Awesome market with everything you might need and more! Nice hiking trail around the lake.
Easy drive to the lake with great sight seeing, hiking, bike rentals and bike riding. No Park entrance fee.
If you'd like a change other than Yosemite, take a drive to Pinecrest Lake. It's beautiful and there's a hike around the lake you can take _ about 4 miles.
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