California Cavern State Historic Landmark, Angels Camp

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Geologic Formation Nature / Park
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  • Staff is really nice. These guys do a great job, with lots of history, geology, and local knowledge. Beautiful caverns, and you can choose the level of difficulty. Nice big gift shop with cool stuff. ...  more »
  • Beware! The last mile of the road is narrow. I was driving a 31' C class motor home. I had to pass a car on the way out and was holding my breath! Once down there is a large parking area and no proble...  more »
  • We chose this cave because it was advertised as the easiest to get around in, even as an octogenarian. We learned that it was used by the miners as a place to live during the "Gold Rush". There are ma...  more »
  • Wet hair with a class field trip. Kids had a great time. The caverns are beautiful and loved the gold panning
  • 2/3 of the caves underwater. Needs some work. People who work there are friendly and helpful.
  • This was good starter cavern for the kids. Ages 8-10. They had never been in a cavern easy walking, few stairs. A few tight walk throughs but for a very short distance. Be warned: the last part of the road is dirt & pretty much one way if you are in a large RV. I was driving a 31' RV only had to share with a car. It is a VERY TIGHT road. Took about an 1.5 hrs for the tour.
  • Tour guide was very good with kids, and quite insightful. We went on a slow Sunday afternoon and had a blast with 4 kids all eager to explore the cave system.
  • Watch for your head ;)