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We visited this site with another couple. I highly recommend you stop by. The gentleman was very informative and gave great facts about the local area and bay. We were shout how to pan for gold and shown baby ducks, chickens, & turkeys!
For the $1 entry fee, you can't beat the half hour guided tour of the original settlers cabin and his workshop. The gift shop is quaint and well priced. Definitely take the time to do a bit of gold panning. It's fun and very informative....More
We were a bit skeptical and surprised by the cost but we ended up having a great time! We had a fairly large group (8 adults and 5 kids) and everyone had a great time panning for gold! The owner was very friendly and very...More
Arlene and Roger were super hosts for my wife and me. We contacted them, even though it was off-season. They emailed us back right away and opened up their mine and gift shop just for us. The gold I panned from the paydirt was more...More
My 8 year old son loved this place. He spent over 30 minutes panning for gold after a personal lesson from the really friendly owner. He also took us on a tour to see the old mine entrance, the newly hatched chickens and memorabilia from...More
We saw this on our drive from Seward and decided to stop. That was a great decision. For $1 per person and then $10+ for some soil to find gold in, it was fairly inexpensive for my kids to give it a try. The gentleman...More
If you ever wanted to learn gold panning and want a fun experience for all ages, this is your stop. Indian valley is a historical site that gives you access with a tour for $1 per person. They give you a little tour and some...More