BLUE MOUNTAIN PRESENTS..........

A Georgia A Bowman Trust Property

Blue Mountain Event Center is a private event center supporting Veterans, Veteran Families and Local Charitable Organizations.

 

                Blue Mountain Event Center
                           Activities Include:

Concerts - Camping

Veteran Group Camping Events

Group Meetings and Picnics

Biker Runs - Biker Meet and Greets

Side x Side Cross Country, Enduro & Poker Events

Dirt-Bike Poker Runs, Cross-Country "Hare Scrambles"

Youth Dirt Bike Cross-Country Riding

Dirt Bike & Side x Side Camp & Ride

Weekend Family and Group "Camp & Ride"

Small and Large Groups

Tribal Ceremonies

Healing Sweat Lodge Ceremonies

Educational Events

Corporate Meetings

Church Events and Retreats

Large Reunions and Weddings

Horseback Riding and Camping

Large Barbecue Parties

BBQ and Chili Cook-off Events

Fire Training Center

Special Needs Children - Fishing and Camping

Archery and Shooting Events

Dogs are welcome at all events - see policy page

LOCATION:
Blue Mountain Event Center
7250 Mitchell Mill Road
Wilseyville, Calaveras County, CA 95257

Bring your Verizon cell phones for communications

 

Directions: Use google map web sites with the address of 7250 Mitchell Mill Road, Wilseyville, CA.  Approx. Travel Times. GPS systems will bring you right to the Event Center. Watch for signs.

Sacramento Area = 2 hour

 

 

Stockton Area = 1 hr 50 min

Modesto Area = 2 hours
Reno Area = 3 hours


Wilseyville CA, An area famous for the Wilseyville Hare Scrambles now opens the door for other bike riding event; street bikes and dirt bikes along with quads and side x sides. Street bike rider will enjoy the back country roads getting to a beautiful camping area. Dirt bike riders will need their "Big Boy Boots" on to challenge the steep terrain. We also have great beginner trails and places for kids to learn the skills.

The Event Center is located on the site of an early 1882 Sawmill. Different sawmills were in operations at Mitchell Mill until the late 1940s. The old building located at the bridge was one of the many cabins built for the sawmill workers. You will see how early America functioned without being connected to the electric grid system. See how water, wind and solar made living in rural areas much more tolerable.

Contact email: aaronbowman6@aol.com