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Alpine County Museum - Things to Know Before Visiting

Markleeville, CA 96120, USA


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About Alpine County Museum

This is a museum telling the Native American and Pioneering history of Alpine County California.

Attractions Near Alpine County Museum

Markleeville Creek
Markleeville Creek2km from Alpine County Museum

Markleeville Creek is a stream in Alpine County and has an elevation of 5436 feet. It is situated northeast of Millberry Creek. A popular recreational area with so many other activities and also there are so many things to see and do.

Grover Hot Springs State Park
Grover Hot Springs State Park5.29km from Alpine County Museum

This is a state park of California containing natural hot springs on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada. Park amenities include a swimming pool complex fed by the hot springs, as well as a campground, picnic area, and hiking trails.

Hawkins Peak
Hawkins Peak9.18km from Alpine County Museum

Hawkins Peak is one of the many volcanic peaks that over look the small town of Markleeville on Sr4. The popular Grover Hot Springs are at the base of this Mountain on the South Eastern Side. This peak is interesting to look at because the summit is a large knob made up of volcanic rock that looks like a nipple. Hawkins Peak is also one of the 10,000 ft peaks that surround Hope Valley.

Burnside Lake
Burnside Lake9.55km from Alpine County Museum

Burnside Lake is a lake in Alpine County and has an elevation of 8143 feet. it is situated southwest of Hawkins Peak. it is one of the beautiful recreational post here and is also famous for fishing and other activities.

Lower Sunset Lake
Lower Sunset Lake12.28km from Alpine County Museum

Lower Sunset Lake is a lake in Alpine County. It is around 15 acres in area and the shoreline is a mix of rocks, sands and willows. It is a beautiful location for a picnic and also there are so many other adventure opportunities also.

Monitor Pass
Monitor Pass14.26km from Alpine County Museum

Monitor Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.543m above the sea level, located on the boundary between Alpine and Mono counties in the east central portion of the U.S. state of California. It offers some of the best motorcycle riding in the Sierra Nevada range, with breathtaking scenery and light traffic. This Pass itself lies on a side ridge between tributaries of the East Fork Carson River.

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Alpine County
Alpine County
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This is the least populous county in California state. There are no incorporated cities in the county.