Come take the El Dorado County Adventure Loop in North El Dorado County. Stop along the way to your hearts content. Visit the towns dating back to the Gold Rush era. Check out Georgetown with its extra wide Main Street, built this way so that a fire would not destroy the stores supplying miners. See some of the buildings still in active use from the time and place where California really got started back in the 1800’s. Walk through the mining towns, still in active use today. Visit the Marshall Gold Discovery Park where gold was discovered and see buildings dating way back in time.
Then if you want some great outdoor recreation, you can hike or bike or ride your horse in one of the many scenic and beautiful areas. See nature at its best. Or, just drive around our beautiful scenic country roads and enjoy the day.
To say that Lorie’s leather sculpture is “one of a kind” is an understatement. Visitors will be in awe of the detail and representation of life that Lorie evokes with her sculpture.
There are limitless trails and terrain for biking enthusiasts on the Adventure Loop. Miles of rolling hills offer seasonal views of the river, wildlife and nature. On a clear day you can see the snow capped Sierra Mountains. Whether novice or expert, young or old, road bike and mountain biking trails.
The Tevis Cup 100-mile endurance ride runs down the canyons of the Middle Fork of the American River. In addition, the Divide Horsemen’s Association is working with the American River Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to build an equestrian facility at the new Cronan Ranch preserve.
We have a variety of hiking trails, varying in skill levels and specific interests. Some hikes focus on photography, compass skills or birding and often end at nice restaurants, pizza parlors or with a occasional picnic under the stars. If you want to enjoy life and stay in shape or learn the sport of hiking, join us today.