Labor Day Weekend Events In Sacramento
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Guide to Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic ParkEureka! When James Marshall discovered gold in 1848 near present day Coloma, it sparked one of the greatest mass movements of people the world has seen, the California Gold Rush.
Guide To Big Trees State ParkThe world thought it was a myth, that these giant trees had been discovered in California. The groves of sequoias were discovered by a hunter in 1852 and continue to be visited by tourists from all over the world.
Guide To Columbia State Historic ParkTravel back in time to Columbia to see the Gold Rush-era town that is frozen in the 1850's.
Guide To Malakoff Diggins State Historic ParkMalakoff Diggins is one of California’s lesser known state parks. At the park, on a winding road 26 miles northeast of Nevada City, visitors can see the huge cliffs carved out by the streams of water used to wash away the mountain to find gold.
Guide To Old Sacramento Historic State ParkOld Sacramento or ‘Old Sac’ to the locals is a must see for many Capital City visitors. The 28-acre area, along the Sacramento River, is a cluster of Gold Rush-era buildings. Visitors walk on wooden plank sidewalks and cobblestone streets while exploring the historic area.