Immersed in the Tuolumne County wilderness, Tomahawk Meadows is a 34-acre property located on the west slope of the Sierra Nevada. A short drive from Sonora and Tuolumne and the nearby Basin Creek, this special property includes two contiguous parcels set amongst picturesque oaks and pines. A creek traverses this scenic property and with a forest road leading you from Cottonwood road up to and through this one-of-kind getaway property. Land The property is comprised of two contiguous parcels totaling approximately 34.1-acres with mildly sloped and flat terrain. Parcel APN 052-030-013 is 5.1-acres and APN 052-030-014 is 29.0-acres. It is forested with a rich variety of native trees, shrubs, grasses and flowers, including oaks, pines and other trees. A creek runs through the westerly portion of the property. The primary access point is Forest Road FR2N07 off of the paved Cottonwood Road which traverses the picturesque terrain. The property includes several scenic building sites. Fences (if any), property boundaries, creek locations, etc. are to be verified by title. Recreation A full complement of outdoor activity opportunities are on the property and in the region including fishing, camping, mountain biking, hiking, wildlife viewing, horseback riding and more. Endless additional activities are plentiful in the surrounding hills, mountains, lakes, rivers and streams of the Sierra Nevada. The West Side Trail, just outside Tuolumne, has been enjoyed by local residents and visitors for many years. The Tuolumne and nearby Stanislaus River provides excellent fly fishing and other river sports. A short drive east you will find yourself in one of the many excellent mountain recreational areas along the famed highway 108 corridor, including Pinecrest and Dodge Ridge Ski Resort and more. Cover’s Apple Ranch, Black Oak Casino Resort are a short drive with historic Columbia a bit further. A brief drive west you’ll find New Melones Lake and Don Pedro Reservoir, both providing a wide range of recreational activities. Closer to the property, the historic communities of Tuolumne, Jamestown and Sonora provide a variety of shops, restaurants, hotels, premier golf and dining. See the Resource section for more information. Region & Climate Tuolumne, Sonora, Twain Harte and the other neighboring communities provide year-around residents and visitors desirable climate and weather typical of the region. History The Tomahawk Meadows property is a beautiful property in historic Tuolumne County. It is located near Basin Creek and the North Fork of the Tuolumne River. The region provides excellent mountain and river camping and other recreational pursuits. The nearby communities of Tuolumne, Jamestown and Sonora are part of several mining towns in the Motherlode region that sprang up during the gold rush era and continue to provide a friendly respite from the bustle of faraway cities. See the Resource section for more information. Location The property is located a short drive northeast of Tuolumne along Fish Hatchery and Cottonwood Road and near Sonora and Jamestown. The property is accessed via Forest Road FR2N07 off of the paved Cottonwood Road. The nearby towns and communities provide plentiful shopping, dining and other resources and amenities to residents, along with close access to wonders of the Sierra Nevada. Numerous international airports are a few hours’ drive away. See the Recreation section for more.