We are setting up tomorrow at our claim called “The Office” for our first public outing of the year!
Is it free? Yes
Is there water? Yes, Bull Creek is flowing great.
Is there camping? Yes, a huge campground with tons of space. It can even accommodate up to 30′ self contained RV’s!
Is there gold? Uh, ya. We have 8 claims in Bull Creek for a reason.
Is the weather going to be good? Yes, it is forecasted to be nearly 70 and sunny each day.
Is there a raffle? Yes, both days and we are even giving away a 2 1/2″ Proline high banker/dredge combo! Tons of prizes….
Do I have to join AMRA? No, it is open to everyone for no cost and we’ll even teach you how to prospect. Don’t have a pan, don’t worry, we have you covered.
AMRA signs are posted from Coulterville all the way to the claims.
Come out, have fun, find gold and be with great people all weekend.
There is a rodeo in LaGrange so there might be a slight delay if your coming through Modesto. The bridge is closed at Lake Don Pedro on highway 120, you’ll need to follow the “detour” signs into Jamestown and over the other bridge on the Tuolumne River.
From Coulterville, CA, take J132 through Greeley Hill to Greeley Hill Road. Turn right on Greeley Hill Road. Go straight to one-lane bridge. Turn right onto the dirt road marked Bull Creek Road or Road 20. Follow the road until you cross a small one-lane bridge. Turn left onto road 2S02. Drive about 1½ miles and the campground will be on the right. Turn right into the campground. This is Mountain Meadows 1 and Mountain Meadow 2. The markers are next to the stream in the middle of the claim. Babblin Brook’s marker is at the west end of the campground, just past the dirt mound. The USFS has a nice pit toilet in the campground.