We invite you to be a part of this wonderful event in our special community. The beautiful and quaint towns of Nevada City and Grass Valley, California, offer not only a perfect setting to frame these inspiring films, but also unique places to relax and enjoy a variety of historic sites and recreational opportunities. The two towns are only 4 miles apart! Wild and Scenic Film Festival takes place Thursday-Monday, January 11-15, 2018 and promises to be an unforgettable and inspiring event that you won’t want to miss.
YubaBus shuttle will provide FREE transportation between Nevada City and Grass Valley Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The shuttle will run every 15 minutes.
THE SHUTTLE IS FREE FOR ALL TICKET HOLDERS
Check out our RickyRides Carpool site to find other travelers and set up carpools. It’s a great way to meet some new folks, save money on gas, and cut down on emissions!
For more information about lodging, dining and recreation in Nevada County check out
- Nevada City Chamber of Commerce
- Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
- Nevada County Gold
- Go Nevada County
Visiting the Yuba River
Drive only minutes from town and you’ll find the incredible South Yuba River, the inspiration for the festival and the reason why the South Yuba River Citizens League exists. Drive up the hill away from town and you’ll find yourself amidst the pines high in the Sierra. The pleasant town of Truckee is only 45 minutes away and beautiful Lake Tahoe only one hour. Year round outdoor activities include hiking, mountain biking, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and climbing.
Directions to the South Fork of the Yuba River at the Hwy 49 crossing from downtown Nevada City:
- Head west out of town, following Broad Street uphill
- Veer either left or right when Broad St. forks (both lead to the highway)
- Turn left at the junction with 49, going north toward Downieville
- Drive for 7 miles until you see the sign for parking at the 49 river crossing
Below is a list of local Featured Accommodations and Eateries in Grass Valley and Nevada City. We are grateful for their generous support of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and invite you to visit them while in town for the festival.