9th Hole Overlooking 18th Hole with Covered Bridge
Home Overlooking 1st Hole with Riker Peak
Grizzly Ranch Wild Flowers
Beckwourth Peak & 9th Green
Wolf Tree Cabins
Lake House & Covered Bridge
Grizzly Ranch Meadow & Beckwourth Peak
Grizzly Ranch Bob Cupp Course
"Sugar Pine" Wolf Tree Cabin with Riker Peak
9th Hole Overlooking 18th Hole with Covered Bridge
9th Hole Overlooking 18th Hole with Covered Bridge
Home with Riker Peak
Gizzly Ranch Wild Flowers
Beckwourth Peak
Wolf Tree Cabins
Lake House & Covered Bridge
Grizzly Ranch Meadow
Bob Cupp Golf Course
Surgar Pine Cabin

The Lost Sierra's year-round, all-around family recreational community.

Grizzly Ranch was created for those who seek to preserve a true mountain living experience for their families and for many generations to come.

Gently set above the Sierra's largest alpine valley and the headwaters of the "wild and scenic" Feather River, Grizzly Ranch is a 1,040-acre gated golf and recreational community bordered on two sides by protected federal lands and enlivened by the soothing sights and sounds of Big Grizzly Creek.

The stunningly beautiful golf course designed by renowned architect Bob Cupp, is the #1 ranked public accessible course in the Sierra Nevada and #11 of all California public access courses (Golf Digest 2014). The Golf Shop has a complete selection of golf equipment, accessories and attire.

The community's recreational and social amenities include:

  • The Outpost recreation center with swimming and spa pools, fitness facility, ping-pong and pool tables, great room with TV and a kitchenette
  • Five miles of hiking trails that access virtually unlimited public parklands
  • Lake House Bar and Lunch Shop
  • Fishing Pond stocked with large mouth bass and bluegill
  • Half-mile of Big Grizzly Creek for fishing, picnicking, hiking and simply relaxing
  • Lodging in home-sized Wolf Tree Cabins

This unique Lost Sierra location provides endless and instant access to a wide range of outdoor adventures including lake and river fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, road and mountain biking, bird watching, wildlife photography and unfettered exploring.

The spring and autumn seasons bring a blaze of colors from wildflowers and fall foliage. In winter enjoy Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice-skating.

The nearby Gold Rush, timber and railroad towns offer cozy restaurants and taverns plus charming antique shops. Here you can pan for gold or tour old train cars at Portola's railroad museum.

Even with more than a 1000 acres, Grizzly Ranch is thoughtfully limited to just 380 homes. Some 400 acres are dedicated to open space under the guidance of the Grizzly Ranch Conservancy, the environmental steward created to improve and protect waterways, wetlands, and wildlife habitat.

Each homesite has been sensitively sited to take advantage of mountain, valley and golf views as well as mature stands of pine, fir and cedar.

Currently 230 out of 293 improved homesites have been sold. Information on available homesites priced from $55,000 and homes is available here.

Overlooked for years, now’s a great time to take a closer look.