Angels Camp. The name conjures up images of Gold Rush era settlements and freewheeling taverns, huge caverns and a young Mark Twain. Today, you can still visit the old Angels Hotel building where Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) first heard the amazing tale of the jumping frog “Dan’l Webster” back in 1865, and wrote his famous tale, The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.
Angel Camp’s 1,500 feet elevation ensures a mild climate and protection from valley fog in the winter. Residents are near 32 local wineries and a wide variety of outdoor activities found only in the heart of the Gold Country. Whether you’re drawn to the Jumping Frog Jubilee held each May, exploring Moaning Caverns, or learning about the town’s history at Angels Camp Museum, the gold country lifestyle is irresistible.
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