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All the Homemade Chocolate You Can Eat-- 3rd Annual "Heavenly Festival" February 8th 1-4pm $10/each $5/under 8 Fountain, more than 50 different treats, gifts, beverages and a...
The freshest of the farm is what this market offers. It is open Saturday mornings June through September.
Highlights of the tours include the wine production area, bottling line, wine-aging cavern, amphitheatre, gardens and Lakeside Park, as well as the Tasting Room, Culinary...
Breathtaking views await you as you sit in the shade of century old trees and sip Laraine Winery's fine award winning wines. This is truly a pleasant place to come and recall the...
Experience gem stone mining, gold panning and more.
Experience cavern tours and gemstone mining.
Tours given give visitors the chance to see this three-million year old cave in all its natural beauty.
Over 30 booths with fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, baked goods, crafts, and antiques; plus cooked food stalls, a wine and beer booth and nightly live music. Voted "Best...
On exhibit are collections of Calaveras County mining artifacts, Indian artifacts, county archives and history of the Gold Rush period. This museum houses a jail, courthouse and a...
The Costello family vineyard is located the Shaw’s Flat area of Tuolumne County nestled between the historic gold rush towns of Columbia and Sonora. Come and enjoy a glass of...
This old time cemetary overlooks the town of Columbia, California and is part of the Columbia State Historic Park tour.
A museum in the historic town featuring artifacts from the Gold Rush Days. The town's old Gold Rush-era business district has been preserved, with shops, restaurants and two...
The town's old Gold Rush-era business district has been preserved, with shops, restaurants and two hotels. Visitors have the chance to time-travel to the 1850s, imagining life...
Enjoy farm fresh and organic produce, flowers and plants, dried fruits and nuts, pastries and breads, jams and honey, olive oils and spices, hand-made arts adn crafts of all...
Fresh produce, bakery goods, local crafts, live music and more. This market is open Wednesday afternoons from June through October.
All produce certified as grown by the participating farmer. Produce, breads, flowers, etc. Fridays June through September
A 130,000 square foot Native American Casino with 1,400 slot machines and over 30 table games.