Thursday, November 15, 2018

Get that Roaring Camp Gold Dirt every month! The Dirt of the Month Club!


Roaring Camp Friends,

This is your invitation to join the Dirt of the Month Club! 

Roaring Camp Gold
Dirt of the Month Club


DOMC Members receive a 13 to 15 pound bag of virgin, never before processed dirt from our historic tertiary river channel that is screened down to 3/4" or less each month

We ship your dirt directly to you right after the first of the month of each month.

DOMC runs $50 per month plus Tax, S&H.



Every Club has its benefits and so does the DOMC

Dirt of the Month club membership also provides you the following yearly benefits.
  • 20% off Day Trip Tours up to 4 people Sunday through Friday
  • 10% off all Apparel purchased at the Office or Trading Post while in camp
  • 10% off your lunch purchase while on your day trip.
  • Free Round of Golf or Horseshoes while in camp (well who's kidding that's always free!)
Staying with us for the whole week? Check out these additional club benefits
  • DOMC China Camp Trip. We drop you off one morning and pick you up that afternoon. Spend the entire day over at China Camp. One of our premier areas
  • 10%-20% discount on various equipment rentals, check with the staff on what you need. This includes everything from the Gold Cube to a Wissbangr.
  • One free Roaring Camp Hat or Tee shirt. We want you looking in style.
  • Reserve seating for up to 2 at our Saturday night BBQ DOMC Tables.
  • One free drink ticket good for a Beer, Glass of Wine, Soda, Ice Tea, Water to use at whatever point you want during your week stay. We just want to say "thanks" and have one on us!

We will get your first bag right on out to you! 

Thank you,
Your Roaring Camp Family
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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Learn to Play Petanque! Mondays in October

David Camardo wants to bring the French ball tossing game, petanque (pey-tahnk) to Amador County!
Minnie Provis Park (71 Church St, Sutter Creek)
Starting October, Mondays from 5:30pm-7:00pm or Wednesday 10:00am-11:30am
$20 for a 5 week session
For more information, please call the ACRA office at 209-223-6349, email David at dixiecamardo@gmail.com, or message our Facebook page at facebook.com/goacra. Visit our website at GoACRA.org.


Haunted Hall - Oct 27, 28 & 31

 Come visit ACRA’s upcountry haunted house and enjoy fun activities!
4pm-8pm, Saturday October 27th, Sunday October 28th, and Wednesday October 31st
At the Veteran’s Hall in Pioneer Park
$5 per person
For more information, please call the ACRA office at 209-223-6349, email ACRA at acra@amadorgov.org, or message our Facebook page at facebook.com/goacra. Visit our website at GoACRA.org.


Trunk-or-Treat at Pioneer Park - Wed Oct 31

An opportunity to provide safe trick-or-treating for upcountry children with a Trunk-or-Treat on Halloween!
Businesses, community organizations, and individuals are welcome to participate.
4pm-8pm, Wednesday, October 31st
Pioneer Park, Pioneer
For more information, please call the ACRA office at 209-223-6349, email ACRA at acra@amadorgov.org, or message our Facebook page at facebook.com/goacra. Visit our website at GoACRA.org.


Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Craft Fair & Car Show - Sat Sept 22

An event you won’t want to miss! Saturday, September 22 from 10-5 at Mace Meadow Golf Course, 26570 Fairway Drive, Pioneer. A Great Craft Fair with over 30 vendors. There will be great food and music along with an amazing Car show hosted by The Rotary Club! We will have an awesome raffle with great gift baskets to support Victory Village of Amador. Don’t miss out!



Saturday, August 4, 2018

Roaring Camp Mining Company - The place to be this summer!





Roaring Camp was once a camp for Forty Niners, but since it was so inaccessible, most of the gold still remains. Visitors can see our operating gold mine and can mine their own gold by panning, sluicing, metal detecting, and dry washing.

Looking for a place to take your family this summer? - Roaring Camp Mining Company
In the Mokelumne Canyon, the three forks of the Mokelumne River come together. It is a river unsurpassed in natural beauty. The water is so clear that one can watch the tadpoles and fish swim. There are waterfalls and natural rock formations forty feet high. 

All Day Guided Gold Panning Tour
We take you into the beautiful remote Mokelumne Canyon, once mined by the 49ers and still being mined today.

See our Placer Gold Mine Operation, our Wildlife and Mining Artifacts Museums, the ruins of the past, pan for gold, collect rocks, fish, hike and enjoy river swimming in nature's most beautiful swimming hole.

Enjoy lunch in our Trading Post or bring a picnic lunch. Great for school field trips, birthday parties, company outings, or just a day on the river with your family.
Saturday Night Cookout
Our Saturday Night Cookout Dinner is a five hour trip into the canyon.

After the guide shows you the Museum, Camp and our Placer Gold mine operation, he will show you how to pan for gold. (You keep the nuggets!)

The dinner is a hearty New York Steak BBQ. Just wait until you taste the awesome fried bread!
Camp Cabins & Tent Camping

These sites include a picnic table and fire ring right by the river.

They also include a wissbangr & mining instruction class, Saturday night cook-out, miles of river to explore, fishing, swimming, hiking, gold mining, etc.

All of this plus the best mining in the Mother Lode! Reservations are required.
Camp Mining Company Trading Post

All your mining needs in one place!

Can't make it up to Roaring Camp this year?

No problem we can ship that rich pay dirt right to your house!Need a new Gold Pan, Vial, or other mining supplies we have it all and will ship it right to your door!

We even have a Dirt of the Month club with special member benefits. You can be panning year round finding gold!

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Friday, July 13, 2018

Yosemite Roundhouse Restoration Project


JACKSON, CA- The Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians believes strongly in helping our neighbors and strives to assist the community and the families of Amador County. As many of you know, we have been working hard over the last several years to restore the parks in your neighborhoods.  One such project, Chaw’se Indian Grinding Rock, involved the privileged opportunity to rebuild the sacred Roundhouse.

Our Native Construction Crew is now honored with assisting the Southern Sierra Miwuk nation and the Wahhoga Committee in rebuilding their Roundhouse in Yosemite Valley. Years ago, their original village was destroyed, and now, nearly a half-century later, our Native crew is working long hours, away from home, alongside our friends in Yosemite to accomplish this task.

The Southern Sierra Miwuk Tribe is not yet federally recognized but they aim to establish this acknowledgment soon. To become federally recognized would further assist them in their efforts to rebuild their village and preserve the Miwuk history and culture for generations to come. These tasks will take time and is quite costly; which is why we are looking to you, our local community, to join in the efforts of accomplishing these goals. This project is very important to our Tribe, as we are excited for the opportunity to bring this gift of good medicine back into their lives. 

Your donations are greatly appreciated and will be equally divided between both endeavors. Monetary donations can be made to the Amador Community Foundation at www.amadorcommunityfoundation.org, fund name: Jackson Rancheria Yosemite Roundhouse or at one of the many collection locations onsite here at Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort.