Found in the rugged Sierra Nevada, Amador County was once the heart of the Gold Rush. Visitors flock to historic 19th century communities such as Drytown, where the county’s first gold discovery was made, and where panning for gold is still a common pastime.
In addition to its rich history, Amador County boasts pristine outdoor spaces such as the El Dorado National Forest with its hundreds of miles of trails, large lakes, and numerous campgrounds. Here, too, is California’s Shenandoah Valley, a viticulture area known for vibrant, full-bodied wines.
On average, Amador County has 259 sunny days per year and is an ideal location for solar power. If you live in Amador County, we can help you design a solar system that’s exactly right for your home and your electricity needs.
Towns in Amador County, CA
The following towns are found in Amador County:
- Amador City
- Jackson (county seat)
- Sutter Creek