Jamestown California Gold Mining – Panning, Sluicing, Dredging And Highbanking

June 4th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

There’s gold in them thar hills!!

So the saying went…..and so it still goes – as the area of Jamestown, CA still has hidden golden treasures lying just below the surface.

And with the help of Miner John and his group of seasoned prospectors, you too could find yourself yelling “eureka”!

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If you’re ever in or around the area of Jamestown, California I highly recommend you try your hand at mining for gold. It’s a wonderful way to spend a few hours – or a whole day – whether you’re alone or with a group or your family.

Gold mining is fun for all ages and skill levels. Seriously! You don’t have to be a muscle-man to pan for gold or operate the sluicing machine. You will get fairly wet, however, so be sure to dress appropriately.

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The folks at Jamestown Gold Panning have decades upon decades of combined experience, and have the expert know-how to teach you the where, the why, and the how of gold deposits. Ask them all the questions you want – they’ve got all the answers.

The more you know, the more likely you’ll find gold!!

PRICING:

Panning and Sluicing With Instructor
2 Hours – Adult $60.00; Adult w/ Child $85.00; Family $120.00
3 Hours – Adult $75.00; Adult w/ Child $110.00; Family $145.00
5 Hours – Adult $90.00; Adult w/ Child $130.00; Family $160.00

Panning Only With Instructor
1 Hour – Adult $25.00; Adult w/ Child $40.00; Family $60.00
2 Hours – Adult $40.00; Adult w/ Child $60.00; Family $80.00

17712 Harvard Mine Road
Jamestown, Ca 95327
(209)984-4038
info@jamestowngoldpanning.com

Get all the details – including a full pricing menu – at www.JamestownGoldPanning.com

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One Response to “Jamestown California Gold Mining – Panning, Sluicing, Dredging And Highbanking”

  1. Miner John Says:

    I am glad you had fun. I now have a new website. http://www.gold-panning-california.com I am just glad that the snake you and the girls dug out was not a rattle snake. Thanks again for your great reviw.

    Miner John

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