Re-creation of the town of Coloma in1850 for Gold Rush Live 2017

by Placerville Newswire / Aug 16, 2017 / comments

[El Dorado County Visitors Authority]

Join docents and staff at Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park as they recreate the town of Coloma in 1850 on October 12-15, 2017.

Hot on the heels of the first rush of gold seekers were merchants, gamblers, and saloon keepers who helped establish the town of Coloma. Join docents and staff at Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park as they recreate the town of Coloma in 1850. There will be an Assay Office, Doctor, General Delivery, Carpentry Shop, Blacksmith, Tinsmith, Justice of the Peace, Laundry, Saloon, Mining Camp, Bakery, and General Store. PLUS live music, children’s games, and gold panning!

Highway 49 between Placerville and Auburn.
$8 per vehicle day use fee. No dogs will be allowed in the event except service dogs.

Food and refreshments available for purchase.

Call the museum at Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park for information. (530) 622-3470