Greenhorn Creek Resort is located in Angels Camp, CA, the basecamp of the beautiful Central Sierra. The country club resort property, situated at 1,500 feet elevation is ideally situated for year-round golf. In the winter, the golf club resort is below the snow line, but above the Central Valley fog. In the spring and fall, guests enjoy a picturesque landscape and idyllic temperatures. On warmer days, there is nothing better than twilight golf, with discounted rates and spectacular long evenings capped off with a vintage glass of wine or an ice cold beer; it’s a picture-perfect time to hit the links.
Located in the historic Gold County, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. re-designed Greenhorn Creek's golf course to take full advantage of the historic landscape. The course wanders throughout the rolling foothills and 100-year old oak trees and features ancient structures, underground diggings, and artifacts of that golden era. With award-winning holes and numerous accolades, Greenhorn Creeks is a must play the golf course. Guests of Greenhorn Creek can enjoy on-site accommodations, including the unique five-bedroom Caddy Shack plus the award-winning Camps Restaurant, Greenhorn Creek is the perfect locale for a golf country club getaway!
Caring for people, the community and the enviroment...
The Legacy of Greenhorn Creek
Greenhorn Creek is committed to creating the finest golf and dining experience in the Sierra Nevada Gold Country with world-class amenities, unparalleled personal service, and a refined, natural environment makes it a perfect golf country club membership. The Grupe Company legacy of caring for people, the community and the environment is the foundation on which this mission is built. Central to these ideals is a dedication to a safe, friendly community where family values and traditions are cherished and educational and cultural experiences encouraged, making Greenhorn Creek Resort a family-friendly resort.
711 McCauley Ranch Rd., Angels Camp, CA 95222
GOLF COURSE & PRO SHOP
7 days a week
8:00 am-4:00 pm
CAMPS will be temporarily closed until
Thursday, February 4th