Angels Camp Timeshare Resale
The setting of Mark Twain’s first successful story, “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras,” the former Gold Rush town of Angels Camp, California now hosts an annual frog jumping competition that draws many visitors during the month of May. The town’s historic main street, championship golf course and outdoor attractions lure travelers throughout the rest of the year.
Visit your Angels Camp timeshare in May to experience the town’s signature event, the Jumping Frog Jubilee, in conjunction with the County Fair. Be entertained by the famous frog jumping competition, Mark Twain look-alikes, rodeos, parades, rides and more.
Gold Rush History
Step back in time as you stroll down Historic Main Street and see the Old West buildings. Browse the boutique shops and stop in one of the restaurants for a bite to eat. As you walk down the sidewalks, check out the names of past jumping frog winners, and don’t miss the jumping frog statue.
Experience the town’s history firsthand by visiting the Angels Camp Museum and Carriage House. Take a tour of this three-acre historical park to see one of the nation’s largest collections of antique wagons and carriages. Check out fascinating exhibits that feature a 19th-century doctor’s office, California’s Gold Rush, and Miwok Native American culture.
While you are spending time at your Angels Camp timeshare, take a short 10-minute drive over to the town of Murphys and explore the Ironstone Vineyards. Wander around the picturesque lawns and gardens. Tour the on-site Heritage Museum to see Gold Rush artifacts, vintage machines, an ancient bear skeleton and the world's largest crystalline gold specimen. Explore the underground wine cavern and admire the waterfall. See the impressive pipe organ in the Music Room. Enjoy a nice meal in the restaurant or a concert at the amphitheater. Best of all, sample wine in the Tasting Room.
Take the family to New Melones Lake for outdoor recreation. Enjoy fishing, swimming, kayaking, rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking at this beautiful reservoir. Keep your eye out for wildlife such as golden and bald eagles, osprey, hawks, turkeys, squirrels, gray foxes and deer.
When Friday nights come around in the summer, Utica Park is the place to be for the whole family. Home to redwood trees, picnic areas, a playground and restrooms, this public park offers the perfect setting for you to relax and socialize with a weekly farmers market, live music, food vendors and arts and crafts sellers.
Having an Angels Camp timeshare means the opportunity to play golf at the Greenhorn Creek Resort, a beautiful 18-hole championship course raved by many golfers for its scenery, challenges and rewards.
For a family night out, you can catch a movie at the Angels 6 Theater. If you just want to hang out and relax, Angels Camp offers a few cozy bars and Old West saloons. For a romantic dinner or wider variety of entertainment, you can drive the short trip over to Murphys.
When to Visit
Due to the County Fair and frog jumping competition, the month of May is Angels Camp’s busiest time. Summers here are hot, while spring and fall offer ideal weather and attractions. The town experiences little snow and mild temperatures during winter, so this may present a good time to visit if you prefer peace and quiet.
An Angels Camp timeshare is the best way to experience this glimpse into California’s pioneer past, so take a look at the discounted timeshare resales on offer here on BuyaTimeshare.com. Save 50-60% on the cost of a timeshare by buying direct from an existing owner and star planning your next Gold Rush getaway.