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Inside the longest covered bridge in California at Knights Ferry. This region is part of the historic Gold Rush Country, close to Hwy 49 & Sonora. Yosemite Park & the Sierra's are just up the hill. Knights Ferry California was established in 1848. This Gold Country locale should NOT to be confused with a similarly named Knights Landing, which is located on the Sacramento River, north of Sacramento, CA
elevation: 197'
population: 300
zip code: 95361

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terrain:
rolling oak hills, with reservoir nearby


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location:
Stanislaus County
E of Modesto & Manteca
on Hwy 108 & Hwy 120

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recreation:

  • boating
  • biking
  • camping
  • fishing
  • watersports
  • waterski lakes
  • historic buildings
  • old covered bridge
  • river rafting
  • river kayaking
  • restaurants
  • parks, forests, rivers & lakes:

  • Sierra National Forest
  • Stanislaus National Forest
  • Yosemite National Park
  • Stanislaus River
  • Two Mile Bar Recreation Area
  • Tulloch Reservoir
  • Lake Tulloch
  • New Melones Reservoir
  • Don Pedro Lake
  • Lake McClure
  • Turlock Lake SRA
  • Modesto Reservoir
  • Dawson Lake
  • Orange Blossom Recreation Area
  • description:
    Gold country foothills of the Sierra Nevada, on the Stanislaus River. General store. Recreational Reservoirs nearby. The Knights Ferry region shares a zip code with neighboring Oakdale, CA

    nearby towns:
    Jamestown
    Modesto
    Sonora
    Oakdale
    Groveland
    Angels Camp
    San Andreas










    Knights Ferry Bridge (1863)

    Stanislaus RIver Swimming Hole, California

    Knights Ferry Covered Bridge

    Inside Tulloch's Mill




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