Sutter Creek In California’s Gold Country Is The “Picture Of The Week”

SUTTER CREEK, CA — A wonderful balance of old and new, today’s Sutter Creek maintains its Gold Rush facade while catering to the wants and needs of visitors from around the world. Sutter Creek, located in Amador County, California has a population of just over 2,500. The town was incorporated February 13, 1913.

Best known as the “Jewel of the Motherlode,” Sutter Creek sits at an elevation of 1,188 and is accessible from Highway 49. Sutter Creek is nearby Amador City, Plymouth, Jackson, Ione and Pine Grove.

Sutter Creek is a popular destination for travelers, “the best town in the Gold Country,” according to Peter Fish, San Francisco Chronicle. Yet it is less than 3 square miles.  (For more information, please visit https://suttercreek.org/)


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