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Jamestown is located on the Highway 108/49 corridor and is the first town you encounter when entering Tuolumne County from the west. It’s the spot where gold was first discovered in the County. Several of the town’s buildings that date back to the 1870s and 1880s are occupied by quaint historic inns, restaurants, shops, a cigar bar and even wine tasting rooms of local vineyards. Jamestown is home to 1 of Tuolumne County's 2 California State Parks, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park.

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Some things to do in Jamestown

1. Taste the varietals of Tuolumne County in 2 boutique tasting rooms, Gianelli Vineyards and Inner Sanctum Cellars.
2. Dine and stay the night in a historic inn.
3. Ride the rails with the “movie star locomotive,” the Sierra #3™ to a bygone era and take a tour of one of the few remaining working railroad roundhouses in America at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park.
4. Stroll along the Walk of Fame, a walkway stretching between Rocca Park, downtown, and Railtown 1897 State Historic Park that’s dotted with artistic medallions featuring many of the movies and TV shows filmed in the local area.
5. Hike the fantastic trails at Red Hills Recreation Management Area and the Table Mountain Trail in the New Melones Lake Area for seasonal wildflower displays and phenomenal vistas.

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60886
209-984-3446 View Website Map
3 diamond boutique bed and breakfast located in the heart of Yosemite/Gold Country. Celebrating 40+ years of innkeeping and fine dining. Restored Gold Rush Hotel. Highly acclaimed restaurant and original saloon.
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18183 Main St
Jamestown, CA 95327
60782
209-533-4971 View Website Map
Pets are welcome with advance notice. We have designated pet rooms. Pets cannot be left unattended in the room during stay. A one time charge of $15.00, per pet, will be charged at check-in, regardless of the number of nights…
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14260 Mono Way
Sonora, CA 95370
60784
209-962-0232 View Website Map
23 miles from northwest Yosemite gate. Each of five suites offers upscale amenities: Jacuzzi, steam room, fireplaces, and fresh ground coffee stations. Hand painted murals depicting the beauty of Yosemite. Discounted rates Sun.-Thur.; Oct.-Apr.
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18656 Main Street
Groveland, CA 95321
60786
209-984-5271 View Website Map
Convenience of a hotel with the charm of a Victorian bed and breakfast, located in the beautiful and historic California Mother Lode Gold Country. Relax on our balcony overlooking Jamestown's Main St., or enjoy our beautiful garden from the back…
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18239 Main St.
Jamestown, CA 95327
60787
800-342-2267 Map
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34660 Evergreen Rd.
Big Oak Flat, 95321
60788
209-736-0404 View Website Map
Centrally located Gold Country family RV Park. RV sites, cabins, lodges and tenting. Quiet rural atmosphere: pool, playground, volleyball, kitchen pavilion, store. WiFi, laundry, propane, dog park, dump station.
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3069 Highway 49 S
Angels Camp, CA 95222
60789
209-533-9670 Map
We strive for excellence in all endeavors. We achieve total guest satisfaction and deliver quality products on time, with friendly service and value that is second to none. Menu items include steak, burgers, salads and a full service bar. Open…
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851 Sanguinetti Rd.
Sonora, CA 95370
60794
209-532-6039 View Website Map
A romantic elegant Victorian Farmhouse (1904) with parlors and shady porches. Jacuzzis, soaking tubs and rain-fall showers. Beautiful gardens. Includes a full breakfast and early coffee delivered to your room. Free WiFi TV/VCR's. AAA approved, 3 diamonds. Welcome!
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700 S. Barretta St.
Sonora, CA 95370
60796
209-813-0554 View Website Map
One of the best summer attractions in the Central Sierra; excellent classical, jazz and popular music performed by a full symphony orchestra, international soloists, legendary entertainers and renowned opera stars in a unique mountain setting.
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P.O. Box 5068
Bear Valley, CA 95223
82184
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First come, first served. $20 per single family unit. Fishing, hiking, biking, swimming. Potable water available. 7 miles from Highway 108, turnoff near Miwuk Village. 16 sites. Seasonal.
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