15 August 2013
The Best Places To Pan For Gold
Often times when one speaks of vacation time, it is always associated with the Caribbean Cruise, long sandy beaches, and Disneyland, and not with places to pan for gold. There is no doubt that the aforementioned places are really great for having family fun and relaxation. But don't you know that one of the most interesting hobbies here on earth is looking out for these tiny pieces of gold?
The country is so blessed with abundant mineral resources and gold is an example of them. Panning for gold can be a good recreation for the whole family. If the story of the story of the great California Gold Rush of 1849, it may not be a bad concept also have this kind rush.
During the year 1849, the rivers and streams of California were exploited by the early Americans in the hope of finding pure gold. Successive history may have a nasty face, but who knows? To this date, there might be some loose gold just waiting to be found among the sands.
Just ensure that these places to pan for gold are environmentally safe and free from human risks. The dirt will be nothing when one of your family members is ready to extract gold from the dirt.
Best places for gold panning are:
California being the third in gold production
Alaska, particularly in Chitna and Slana River
In the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas
Blairsville Town of Georgia
Benton to Yakama in Washington
In the glaciers of Wisconsin
Turquoise District in Arizona
The counties from Beaverhead to Toole in Montana
Counties in New Mexico
And before packing up to these places to pan for gold, make sure you've got enough supply of food, water, prerequisites, as well as maps to make this gold rush journey a memorable one. You will also need the right gold panning tools.