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Life in El Dorado County
One of the most scenic places to experience in California, El Dorado County extends from Folsom Lake and its surrounding foothills, through the pine-covered Sierra Nevada Range to Lake Tahoe at the Nevada border. The area’s beauty is matched by the many recreational opportunities, including skiing, boating, river rafting, hiking, fishing, and camping. More than half of the County’s 1,805 square miles consists of National Forest and other recreation areas, including the world famous Rubicon Trail. The County’s 10,000 foot mountain peaks, 200 lakes and 682 miles of rivers make the area ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Those with more relaxed sense of recreation may also enjoy the rich Gold Rush history, and nearly 100 wineries.
El Dorado County features diverse living styles, including country and executive estate homes, rural estates, scenic-view properties, homes with nearby golf courses, and air-parks. Whether on the east or west end of the county, you are only an hour away from either the Sacramento or Reno airports, making air travel easy and convenient. The county also has some of the best and highest performing schools in the state.