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Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation – Miners’ Bend Project

The Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation invites you to participate in Sutter Creek’s new Miners’ Bend Historic Gold Mining Park.

SCCBF has created a commemorative brick pathway at Miners’ Bend Park. By purchasing a brick, you and your family will not only provide financial support for the foundation, but will cement your place in Amador County’s gold mining history.

Buying a brick is the perfect way to commemorate loved ones, honor a special occasion, or find that special gift. By purchasing a personalized brick you are helping the Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation preserve our cultural heritage in Amador County.

ABOUT MINERS’ BEND

The Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation transformed one of Sutter Creek’s parking lots into an amazing historical display of Gold Mining history. Artifacts from the Argonaut Mine and the Sutter Gold Mine have been donated to show visitors and residents the rich Sutter Creek Gold Mining history. Along with the mining artifacts, the new passive park has informative plaques for the artifacts, picnic benches, trees, and “Chinese” rock walls lining the park, which are historic for the area.

This amazing new addition to Sutter Creek is made possible through the generosity of donations from people who wish to see Sutter Creek’s history maintained.

Sutter Creek, California

A charming 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. Shop, dine, slumber, stroll, wine taste, and enjoy the atmosphere of Sutter Creek in California’s Amador County.

Sutter Creek is ideally situated in the heart of the Sierra Foothill Wine Country and is Amador County’s most walkable town with Bed and Breakfast Inns, restaurants, wine tasting rooms and shops on beautiful Main Street. Sutter Creek is the perfect hub to explore the Sierra Foothill Wine regions including Amador’s own Shenandoah Valley, El Dorado County’s Fairplay region and Calaveras County’s wine region.