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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.
Enjoy year-round recreation for every visitor, and our scenery sparkles.
When traveling along our famous scenic Highway 49, towns like Auburn, Angels Camp, Coloma (the site of the 1849 gold discovery site), Coulterville, Grass Valley, Groveland (main street pictured above), Jackson, Jamestown, Mariposa, Nevada City, Placerville, Sonora, and Sutter Creek, become destinations.
These rural community await the traveler coming into the Sierra on all our well maintained highways for ease of access.
Rural airports in several cases provided a symbol of hope for rural communities a patient fighting for his or her life. It is difficult to quantify the value of these benefits, yet they are real, even if not always noticed by the people who live and work in rural communities.
Having a constrained or diminished airport would decrease the quality of health care, decrease the odds of a viable economic future, reduce the ability of local, state and federal agencies to respond to disasters and emergencies, lower the viability of rural businesses, and lower the image these communities have of themselves.