The Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau is pleased to assist you in helping you and your customers plan time in our historic Gold Country and High Sierra. A brand new Visitor Information Center has just opened in historic downtown Sonora to further assist travelers. It is open daily. In addition to Yosemite National Park, we have two State Historic Parks: Columbia and Railtown 1897. Throughout the area you will find quaint boutiques, award-winning wineries, a hard cider distillery and 4-season fun including skiing, fishing, biking and hiking. We have recently developed a meetings profile form and encourage you to view it on our website. It includes national brands such as the Best Western with its conference center and pool and locally owned establishments, like the brand new Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort with 6,000 square feet of meeting space and 148 rooms. We also have meeting space under the trees or in historic settings. Every year the TCVB produces a Vacation Planner and encourage visitors to send for one before heading our way or stop by the new Visitor Information Center for a copy.