Gold Country California State Parks

California's State Parks system contains close to 300 parks with beaches, forests, mountains and deserts included in the inventory, as well as over one million artifacts in a collection of items. To say that state parks operations are huge would be an understatement at best. The system divides parks into regions and types of park attractions--off road vehicles, beaches, parks, camping, etc.

Auburn (State Recreation Area) Placer County
California State Capitol (Park Property) Sacramento County
California State Mining and Mineral Museum (Park Property) Mariposa County
California State Railroad Museum (Point of Interest) Sacramento County
Columbia (State Historic Park) Tuolumne County
Delta Meadows (Park Property) Sacramento County
Empire Mine (State Historic Park) Nevada County
Folsom Lake (State Recreation Area) Placer County
Folsom Powerhouse (State Historic Park) Sacramento County
Governor's Mansion SHP (State Historic Park) Sacramento County
Indian Grinding Rock (State Historic Park) Amador County
Leland Stanford Mansion (State Historic Park) Sacramento County
Malakoff Diggins (State Historic Park) Nevada County
Marshall Gold Discovery (State Historic Park) El Dorado County
Old Sacramento (State Historic Park) Sacramento County
Prairie City (State Vehicular Recreation Area) Sacramento County
Railtown 1897 (State Historic Park) Tuolumne County
South Yuba River (State Park) Nevada County
State Indian Museum (State Historic Park) Sacramento County
Stone Lake (Park Property) Sacramento County
Sutter's Fort (State Historic Park) Sacramento County


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