Tuolumne County, Central California

Getting to Pinecrest Lake

Directions to Pinecrest Lake

From most places in California, the easiest route to Pinecrest Lake is to take Highway 99 to either Highway 108 or Highway 120 and follow one of them east. When they merge, stick to Highway 108 through Sonora and 30 more miles up to Pinecrest Lake.

From Eastern California or Nevada you may consider coming west over Sonora Pass (Highway 108). It is not recommended for large motor homes or for vehicles pulling heavy trailers. Highway 108 leaves Highway 395 at Sonora Junction.

Mileage and Driving Times to Pinecrest Lake
Miles Hours Mins.
Fresno 163 3 12
Los Banos 113 2 40
Merced 108 2 19
Modesto 80 1 55
Reno, NV 149 3 28
Sacramento 129 2 39
San Jose 158 3 12
Sonora 30 0 39
Stockton 99 2 08

map of the Pinecrest Lake area

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