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Twain Harte

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Twain Harte is a historical town in Tuolumne County, in the Gold Country region of California.

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Twain Harte was founded in the early 20th century and was named after Mark Twain and Bret Harte. It is a very small village that has less than 3,000 residents. Summers are cool while winters are very rigid because the snow level is very high (3 to 6 feet). Becauce of this it can be very difficult to get around due to slippery roads.

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By car: Twain Harte is accesed through the CA-108 and has three direct entrances.

By Air: The nearest airport is Columbia Municipal Airport.

By Rail: There are no rail networks to Twain Harte, but you might see a rail bridge on one of the entrances, this is part of the defunct Sierra Railways Co.

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It is very easy to get around in Twain Harte, Car traffic is very low and it is very easy to walk around town.

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Twain Harte has a public pool that is only open in the summer, people who go there annually are often rude (especially children). Twain Harte has a lake if you are not planning to go to the public pool. The lake tends to be more enjoying than the public pool because there are waterslides and a shack to eat. There is a park and a golf course that are also enjoyable.

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  • Fun Cabin Rentals, 22743 Bret Harte Drive, (925) 963-2857, [1]. checkin: 3PM; checkout: 11AM. Cute four bedroom, two bath rustic cabin in Twain Harte with Lake access Two nights $429, seven nights $915.  edit

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