Located in Tuolumne
County, Jamestown is a small Gold Rush town situated in the Sierra
Nevada foothills of North California at an elevation of 1,477
feet, with an estimated population of 2,178. Main Street shops are
full of visitors from around the world shopping for antiques,
original art, gifts and souvenirs. Award-winning wineries
sourround the area that year round is an outdoor paridise.
Activities abound from skiing to hiking, boating and fishing. Take
a train ride on an historic and famous train through the heart of
California's historic Gold country. You can even pan for gold!
Jamestown area may seem
familiar as several well known movies have been filmed here. The
classis movie High Noon was filmed in Jamestown, and the train you
saw in Back to the Future 3 was none other than Jamestown's own
Historic Railtown Locomotive.
Enjoy class river rafting
on the Wild and Scenic Tuolumne River, hike and bike hundreds of
miles of trails in the Stanislaus National Forest, cast a line in
a multitude of rivers and streams, sled down hillsides,
cross-country ski and snow-shoe.