Modern Day Sutter Creek

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.

Located about 45 miles southeast of Sacramento. 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. Amador County’s Shenandoah Valley has become a thriving and popular wine growing region of California and is often quoted as being “like Napa and Sonoma were thirty five years ago.“

Plan to visit Sutter Creek, the Jewel of the Motherlode, and one of California's finest and friendliest small towns.

Visitor Information: www.suttercreek.org

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KNIGHT FOUNDRY … TOURS & EVENTS

KNIGHT FOUNDRY PUBLIC TOURS

Knight Foundry is open for PUBLIC TOURS on the second Saturday of each month. Next tour: September 9th.

Guided Tour Hours: 10am; 12pm; 2pm

Fee: Guided tours are $10 for adults 18 and older, $5 for students age 5-17, free for children under 5.

knight foundry hatKNIGHT FOUNDRY MERCHANDISE

You will be able to purchase these items at the Knight Foundry Tour or Open House.

Knight Foundry Tee Shirt: $25 (Small to Extra Large) & XXL is $30
Knight Foundry Hat: $25
Knight Foundry Aprons: $40

Need more info: theknightfoundry@gmail.com

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Click for a set of event photos
 by photographer Eric Brummer

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“We had a great time! What an amazing history we have in our backyard! Loved the docents and all their knowledge.” – Ken Pries