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Nov
17
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE FOR SR-120/ROBERTS BRIDGE

With Thanksgiving approaching, Caltrans is adjusting the closure hours for the State Route 120 (SR-120)/James E. Roberts Bridge project in anticipation of increased holiday travel. Following is the construction schedule for the week of Sunday, November 20, 2016, through Monday, November 28, 2016. ** The bridge will be closed as scheduled 5 p.m. to 7 a.m., Sunday night through Tuesday night (November 20-22). ** The bridge will be open, with one-way traffic control, Wednesday night through Sunday night (November 23-27).

Oct
04
State Route 120/James E. Roberts Bridge Project Update

The second phase of work on the James E. Roberts Bridge Project on Hwy 120 in Tuolumne County is now underway.  The bridge is scheduled to close Sunday through Thursday nights from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m.  Detours will be available night and day, so please visit http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist10/JamesRobertsBridge/index.htm for additional information.

 

Sep
14
VETERANS DAY IS NOVEMBER 11th!

In honor of Veterans Day, active military personnel and veterans are invited to camp and use the recreation area at no charge all week, beginning Wednesday, November 9th! Click here for flyer.

Aug
31
*****Important Info*****

Please do not swim within 50 yards of marinas or vessels connected to AC Shore Power due to the risk of Electric Shock Drowning (ESD). ESD results from the passage of typically low level AC - Alternating Current in freshwater through the body at a sufficient level to cause skeletal muscular paralysis. The victim is rendered unable to help themselves and they drown. If the electric current is high enough, electrocution can also occur. ESD is caused by electric current leaking into freshwater around boats & docks that are connected to AC shore power.

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"Don Pedro" was actually a mid-1800’s land owner of French descent, named Pierre Sainsevain. He was known as Don Pedro by the Mexicans in the area. The land he owned along the Tuolumne River included Don Pedro Bar which is now inundated by Don Pedro Lake.