Drive right to your campsite near the South Fork American River for the start of your whitewater rafting adventure. Whether you invested in classic car auto insurance or not come down and show us how stunning your classic car is! Park your classic car, sports car or hot rod in a secure area while you enjoy the outdoors and your whitewater rafting trip with your family and car club friends.
Local Vineyards and wine tasting just a few minutes from our base camp.
Heading to Hot August Nights in Reno? Join us before or after for a rafting trip you will long remember.
Great roads to tour in our area along Highway 49! South Lake Tahoe just 1 1/2 hours away. Yosemite 3 hours! Reno 2 1/2 hours.
State Route 49 is a north–south state highway in the U.S. state of California that passes through many historic mining communities of the 1849 California gold rush. Highway 49 is numbered after the "49ers", the waves of immigrants who swept into the area looking for gold, and a portion of it is known as the Gold Country Highway. This roadway begins at Oakhurst, Madera County.
A number of historical landmarks are passed; The Butte Store (CHL #39) is the only structure remaining of Butte City, prosperous mining town of the 1850s. Argonaut and Kennedy Mines (CHL #786) were two of the highest-yielding gold mines in the state. Drytown (CHL #31) is the oldest town in Amador County and the first in the county in which gold was discovered. Coloma (CHL #143, #530, and #748)is where gold was first discovered in 1848, sparking the gold rush. It is home of the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park. Empire Mine in Grass Valley (registered landmark #298) was the richest hard-rock mine in California in its mining history of 106 years (1850–1956). Camptonville is a gold rush town where the Pelton wheel was invented and is a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
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