EL DORADO HILLS
El Dorado Hills is an upbeat community providing a wider variety of interests from casual to fine dining to coffee shops and brewing pubs.
CAMERON PARK & SHINGLES
Cameron Park and Shingle Springs are home to a plethora of friendly activities such as golfing, picnicking, paddle boating, and wine tasting.
Named after George Washington, Georgetown served as a key area in the California Gold Rush of the 1800s. Now, it is packed with whitewater experiences, miles of trails, and off road excursions.
Formerly known as Dry Diggin’s, Placerville was a central hub for many mining operations. Its rich history of hard rock mining established Placerville as a California Historical Landmark.
On the west of California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range, the Sierra valley prides in its multitude of wildlife and lush ecosystem. The Sierra Valley also houses a number of plant nurseries, organic farms, and many more.
EL DORADO ACTIVITIES
At the heart of the gold county, historic El Dorado welcomes its visitors with distinctive shopping and dining options coupled with open air markets and an assortment of recreational activities.