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Grizzly Ranch is a private gated community thoughtfully developed to maintain the expanse of land and natural beauty of the “Lost Sierra” region. Set within a million acres of national and state forestlands and close to numerous year-round outdoor recreational activities, festivals, dining and explorations, Grizzly Ranch’s on-site amenities include a full recreation/fitness center, pool, spa, bocce, badminton courts, and an award-winning golf course, along with miles of trails for running and hiking. 


Free guest WiFi is available on-site at the Golf Shop, Lake House and Outpost.


Grizzly Ranch sits at an elevation of 4,860 feet making it a four-season resort community. Each year residents welcome fall’s falling leaves in addition to blossoming flowers in spring, snow fun in winter, and lots of sunshine in summer!


Outside the gate, a sprawling year-round outdoor recreational mecca awaits with over 100 glistening alpine lakes ready to be explored, rivers, mountain-biking trails, charming restaurants, festivals – all without crowds and congestion.


Explore the Lakes Basin Recreational Area with over 50 glacier lakes and the Sierra Buttes with 8,500 foot peaks all in the Lost Sierra.


“The Lost Sierra is what Tahoe used to be,” so we’ve been told, time and time again.



The Lost Sierra spans the northern part of the Sierra Nevada crest, and its expanse of land gives Grizzly Ranch residents and guests the opportunity to live and explore without crowds and congestion. The 1,040-acre community is bordered on two sides by protected federal lands and is set above the Sierra’s largest alpine valley and the headwaters of the "wild and scenic" Feather River.

“The Lost Sierra is much quieter than Tahoe, and it’s bigger…The beauty and the charm make it obvious why word is spreading about the Lost Sierra,” Julie Brown, SFGate, WelcometoTheLostSierra.


There’s an overall sense that the region is remote, but it’s simply removed by less than an hour drive from Reno and Truckee.


Free guest WiFi is available on-site at the Lake House, situated at hole 18, the Golf Shop, and Outpost.



The spring and autumn seasons bring a blaze of colors from wildflowers and fall foliage. Mild winters welcome residents to enjoy Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice-skating, and summer abounds with trips to glistening alpine lakes, hiking, mountain biking, golf and so much more! Here you’ll find year-round activities for the entire family and friends.

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