Located in Jamestown, in the heart of Californias Gold Country about 100 miles southeast of Sacramento, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park is home to the Historic Jamestown Shops and Roundhousean intact and still-functioning steam locomotive repair and maintenance facility, portions of which date back to 1897. This one-of-a-kind attraction combines industrial heritage and railroad history with the lore of Hollywoods film industry. The Railtown 1897 Interpretive Center, the authentic roundhouse and shops, and the Depot Store (a railroad specialty gift shop) are among the Parks unique year-round offerings. Railtown 1897 State Historic Park is open daily (April-October, from 9:30 to 4:30 p.m.; November-March, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.), except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. HOURS OF OPERATION: April through October, open daily 9:30am to 4:30pm; November through March open daily 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Fun Hike with beautiful views! Went yesterday there were a lot of wild flowers at the top. I suspect in the next few weeks there will be many more starting to bloom.

Great hike! Beautiful this time of year.

This is a fun trail, and the history behind it is neat.

Great little hike, parked at the first gate, ended up just under 4 miles. Perfect time of year for this hike, nice and cool.

Beautiful hike, easy trail to follow, and great for kids!! Our 3-year old loved it!

It's a nice little up hill hike. The view on top is pretty nice. There were not many people on the trail with us and the mostly solitude was nice.

watch out for the poison oak, but love this hike. such pretty views. take your lunch to the top and picnic up there.

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2 months ago

Beautiful! The fog made for some awesome pictures! Took my 10, 7, and 5 year old kids; they had a great time and enjoyed the views.

Nice little hike, with some cool views at the top.

lovely hike with the family.

Great views from the top. Fun, quick hike up.

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3 months ago

Epic view, on one side of the table (casino on the other side).

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4 months ago

This trail was super creepy. There were very few people out and my friend and I had an eerie feeling the entire time we hiked. AllTrails was super accurate about the trail head and parks, so we were able to find the location very easily. Photos included one of a lake, so I thought we would run into one during the hike, but soon realized it was actually very far away. It's was difficult to stay on trail, as there were multiple trails intersecting. This is not one we would attempt again.