Plymouth

Did You Know?

While the area’s quartz and gold mines have gone from an economic mainstay to a tourist attraction, Plymouth is now host to a booming wine industry, with over 20 wineries and counting.

Known as “The Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley”, Plymouth is also the home of the Amador County Fair.

Plymouth

An incorporated city since 1917, Plymouth began as a mining camp more than 150 years ago by quartz miner Green Aden and associates. Established as a town in 1871, Plymouth boasts many mining-era structures, on and around its historic Main Street, like the Empire Store, and the Methodist Episcopal Church. Today, Plymouth has a population of just more than 1000, and sits at a seasonally perfect 1086 ft. elevation.

Visit the City of Plymouth website

Plymouth on Wikipedia

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