Nestled in the town of Rescue in Cameron Park, Sierra Crossing is an upscale suburban oasis amidst a stunning rural landscape. Rescue is located north of Highway 50, basking in wide-open meadows with easy access to the Sierra Foothills and surrounding forestland.
Sierra Crossing has wide, quiet streets with palatial homes and lush, yet water-wise landscaping. The lots in this little enclave are large, with homes sitting back from the street allowing for privacy and large yards. Homes are newer (built in the early 2000s), and are elegant, homey, and unpretentious.
Green Valley Elementary School sits at the entryway of Sierra Crossing, while shopping centers and the Bass Lake Golf Course are just blocks away. The Cameron Park Country Club is not far, and offers many family amenities, including a heated pool and junior golf programs. The Cameron Park Lake offers more rustic swimming in the lagoon, which is open daily during the summer months. There are also tennis courts, a playground, fishing, trails, and picnic area. The lake is also home to the area’s Summer Spectacular, a large community gathering in late June, featuring music, arts and crafts, and fireworks.
Nearby attractions include Bass Lake, the American River, and Apple Hill. Downtown Sacramento is just 35 miles away and the shores and slopes of Lake Tahoe are just a convenient 90-minute drive.