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California Gold Country is just what you like: Gold panning, Sierra Nevada mountain trails, old time ways, and lots of historic places to grab some adventure. Book online - Gold Country Hotels or call: 1-800-216-1482

 

California Regions: Gold Country:

 

Angels Camp  |  Auburn  |  Bear Valley  |  Copperopolis  |  Galt  |  Loomis  |  Murphys  |  Ophir  |  Newcastle  |  Penryn  |  Placerville  |  Roseville  |  Sacramento  |  Volcano

 

 

Amador County is bounded by the counties of Tuolumne, Sacramento, Alpine, San Joaquin, Calaveras and El Dorado.  In Amador County, one of approx. 5 counties in the Gold Country, you will find the cities and towns of Amador, Ione, Jackson, Plymouth and Sutter Creek. Find the spot where gold was discovered and you may find gold miners still searching today.

 

Calaveras County  contains some of the hot spots and highlights exemplifying the flavor of the region. While the area is rustic, historic and authentic, cities such as Calaveras are growing, adding more hotels, more events, and wineries to stir up the tourism interest for those thirsty travelers. Cities and towns in Calaveras County include: Angels Camp, Copperopolis, and Murphys.


Placer County   is one of the fastest growing counties in California and as such, risks losing its history to some extent. While visiting the ultra-modern, brand new cities such as Roseville, you may wonder what gold's got to do with it. The new gold is the corporate travel...and tourists find the regions facilities are ideal for sporting events. Cities in Place County include: 
Auburn, Colfax, Lincoln, Loomis, Rocklin, and Roseville

 

Tuolumne County  was created in 1850. The name is of Indian origin.  Historical Landmarks

Groveland
Jamestown
Sonora
Tuolumne City
Twain Harte

 

Sacramento County   home to California State Capitol and Historic Old Town Sacramento, Train Museum, Sutter's Fort, State Indian Museum.  SACRAMENTO created in 1850; signifies "Sacrament" or "Lord's Supper." www.co.sacramento.ca.us Historical Landmarks
Population

Citrus Heights
Elk Grove
Folsom
Galt
Isleton
Rancho Cordova
Sacramento



 

 

 

Things to see in California Gold Country
 

Logging Museum Big Trees Gold Nugget  Frog Jubilee
 


Things to do in California Gold Country

 

Canoeing Swim Pan for Gold Golf
 

 

About California Gold Country: This region of California is one of the best vacations for families, historians, and outdoors adventurers seeking to connect with nature. The hotels in Sacramento offer the largest selection, and as you head out toward the hills of the Sierra mountains, the pickin's are slimmer, yet you'll find a fair share of affordable chain hotel options. There are some special gems offering an experience that takes you back in time.  Best known for its many museums, California Gold Country continues to chronicle the life of miners who flocked to California in the mid-1800's to seek their fortunes. Today you can still pan for gold, believe it or not!

 

One nugget you won't want to miss is located at the Ironstone Vineyard in Murphys. Another "wow", must-see attraction is the Big Trees State Park in Calaveras County. The giant redwoods are amazing, and the hikes on clearly-marked trails are great. A top special event is the Calaveras County Jumping Frog Jubilee held annually. It's a hoot!
 

 


 
 

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