On this website, you will explore the many adventures that await travelers coming to our historic Gold Country.
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Crisp air and vibrant fall foliage abound for travelers in the Fall. The Sierra gold country offers added incentives. The summer crowds have dissipated, hotel rates have started downward, and in many of our rural communities, they are offering their best local experiences and ready to welcome you to into their home. The temperatures range in the mid 70's, the trees start to turn to their autumn colors, and it is a great time to visit the Sierra gold country.
A bed and breakfast (shortened to B&B) is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodations includes breakfast. Most B&B's typically do not offer other meals. Most bed and breakfasts are private homes or family homes offering accommodations with fewer than 10 bedrooms.
Many B&B's created a historical ambiance by adapting historic properties as guesthouses decorated with antique furniture.
Historic California Highway 49 known as State Route 49 or SR 49 is a north–south highway in the United State that passes through many historic mining communities that date back to the 1849 California gold rush ear. Highway 49 is named after the "49er"; a wave of immigrants who swept into the area looking for gold. A portion of the Highway is known as the Gold Country Highway. This roadway begins at Oakhurst, in Madera County and extends north into the Sierra Nevada.
The arrival of women in 1848 at the start of the California gold rush that began in Northern California. Spanish descendants initially lived in California as well as Native American women.
The rapidly arriving immigrant women from all over the world started to arrive in San Francisco and changed the culture of San Francisco.
Traveling along Hhighway 49