Villas of Gold Mountain is located in the Sierras, with many recreational activities at the resort and nearby. The resort has indoor and outdoor swimming pools, multiple tennis courts, golf at the nearby Dragon course, fishing and boating in the summer and skiing in the winter. The Villas of Gold Mountain are located within walking distance of Nakoma Clubhouse, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and the nationally acclaimed Dragon Golf Course. Each of the different Villas- Mountain, Tower, and Butterfly feature unique, original interiors richly appointed with stone, wood and natural materials in line with Wright's "organic" architecture, as well as captivating touches of art, color and light.
If you're planning a three day weekend escape or full week, book one of the well-appointed units at Villas of Gold Mountain in Clio, CA. Timeshare vacation rentals like the ones at Villas of Gold Mountain offer an ideal option for those seeking something larger than a hotel room to retreat to at the end of the day. The Villas of Gold Mountain are set in the Sierras, offering a multitude of recreational activities at the resort and surrounding area. The resort features indoor and outdoor swimming pools, multiple tennis courts, and golf at the nearby Dragon course, fishing and boating in the summer... and cross-country skiing in the winter. After all the activity, relax at Nakoma Spa. Gold Mountain is a master-planned community carefully crafted to blend natural beauty and comfort. Gold Mountain offers wooded homesites with panoramic views of the Sierra Nevadas, the Mohawk Valley, meadows, river and pristine recreational space. Gold Mountain has been expertly planned by the world-famous Taliesin Architects, the continuation of legendary Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural practice established in 1893. Gold Mountain is the home of the Nakoma clubhouse designed by Lloyd Wright in 1924 but never built until Gold Mountain owners Peggy and Dariel Garner brought it to life. It is a magnificent example of Wright's genius and is open to the public for casual gourmet dining. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily, year-round.
Another resort you may consider is WorldMark at Clear Lake. WorldMark at Clear Lake is a gateway to the wine country and is known as the bass-fishing capital of the West. But there's more: Try hiking, birding, rock climbing, bicycling, skydiving, horseback riding, and golfing just to name a few.