Sacramento Valley Region has one of the fullest calendars of any of the regions, including dinners, tours, auto-cross, concours. We have something for every interest of our members.
A BBQ Lunch will be provided by Mann and his crew.
We will drive a little over 2 hours and 83 miles out beautiful, twisty Hwy-162 to Buck’s Lake Lodge, were will enjoy a Taco-Nacho Bar lunch choice of ground beef, carnitas, or chicken, rice, beans, homemade chips & salsa, garden salad, Iced tea, water or coffee. After lunch we will return home down picturesque Hwy 70. These roads were both recently featured in Road & Track Magazine as some of the BEST roads in North America and are definitely a real treat to drive. And Drive we WILL, over 200 miles!
Make room reservations directly with: Weaverville Victorian Inn
This tour will leave Rocklin at 9 a.m. on July 3rd taking a scenic route to Granzella’s restaurant in Winters for lunch. Then we’ll be heading our the curviest road in California, Hwy. 36 on our way to Weaverville via Hayfork.
If you are sending a check instead of registering on line, send the check payable to PCA-SVR attention Liz Houser at 3103 Stardust Street, Rocklin, CA 95677
Join us for a fun-filled, old fashioned July 4th weekend in the beautiful Trinity Alps. This 3-day tour will leave Rocklin on July 3rd, and take the “scenic” route to Granzella’s for lunch. Then we’ll be heading out the curviest road in California, Hwy. 36 on our way to Weaverville, via Hayfork. We will spend July 3rd – 5th at the Weaverville Victorian Inn (call 530-623-4432 to book a room from the Houser Room Block).
We will receive a small-town welcome to Weaverville’s annual July 4th festivities, including a rodeo, parade, and various charity meal functions. Tour price of $140 per person includes:
- Lunch & dinner on Friday
- Pancake breakfast plus a ice cream/pie social after the parade on Saturday
- Lyons Club BBQ dinner on Saturday
- Admissions to rodeo & bull riding on Saturday night with a dance to follow
- Continental breakfast at hotel on Sunday
- Hospitality room snacks (please BYOB)
We will be participating in the bell ringing ceremony in town center, so please bring a bell that means something special to you. The folks in the town started the bell ringing ceremony in 1976 to celebrate the bicentennial and thought it was such a great idea, they just kept the tradition going. My friend’s grandpa, Leonard Morris served as the master of ceremonies for the bell ringing ceremony from 1976-1999, the torch was then passed to her brother, Scott Morris, who will lead us in this year’s ceremony.
We will also be driving our cars in the parade. So put on your Red, White & Blue and decorate your Porsche too!