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Posted by: thepinetree on 06/27/2018 08:09 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 06/28/2018 07:59 AM
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The Arnold Independence Day Parade, July 7th, 10am! "Cheers For Our Volunteers"

Arnold, CA...The Big, Ginormous, Patriotic, Small Town Americana, Mile and Half Long Block Party, Family Reunion, Pep Rally, Rolling Marketing Brochure, Favorite Day of the Year, If I could Ground Hog Day This Day I Would Kinda Day. Yep it is all that and more in Arnold the first Saturday in July every year. This year the Greater Arnold Business Association has chosen Cheers For Our Volunteers’ as a theme and the legendary Carlon Family has been chosen as Grand Marshals. On a semi-serious note whether you are a life long resident, visitor or newcomer this event has something for everyone and will put a smile on your face that may leave by the following Tuesday. Come on out and help the Greater Arnold area celebrate our nation's birthday and enjoy what life in a mountain town is all about. Below are a few photos and video from last year to get you in the mood.

ARNOLD INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE, SATURDAY, JULY 7th, 2016. Theme – ‘Cheers For Our Volunteers’ Parade Time: 10:00AM

PARADE ENTRY FORM DUE: Thursday, July 3, 2018. With $20.00* Entry Fee, mail to: GABA, P.O. BOX 2385, ARNOLD, CA 95223-2385 *THERE WILL BE A $10.00 LATE ENTRY FEE FOR APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER July 5th. For further information, please call Linda Baker at 209/795-1006 or 209/795-5600 (Evening)

The charming town of Arnold is one of the Sierra’s best kept secrets. Located on California’s Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway, the area is a wonderland of outdoor activity and watersports. Because of its elevation, you can play in the snow at Bear Valley in the morning and hike or play golf in the afternoon during Autumn and Spring.

For hikers, bikers and equestrians, the Arnold Rim Trail features more than a dozen miles of pathways along forested creeks and breathtaking ridgetop vistas with panoramic views. For those who want to take it easier, visit White Pines Park or the Sierra Nevada Logging Museum, find something special in one of several charming gift shops or go wine tasting at dozens of local wineries.

Arnold is home to Calaveras Big Trees State Park, where the continent’s biggest trees grow. Featuring giant Sequoias over 300’ tall and 30’ in diameter, the park has both wheelchair-accessible paths and rugged trails among thousands of enormous redwoods, cedars and pines. The park flanks the Stanlislaus River with terrific fishing and swimming, too.

A round-trip from the bay area is 2½ hours closer than Tahoe or Yosemite – close enough for a day trip – yet there’s so many fun family activities that you’ll want to spend a night or two. Everything you’ll need is here in town, so hop in the car, leave the traffic behind and come to Arnold, the heart of the Sierra.

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