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Point Barr is unclaimable land on the Arkansas River where you can drive right to the riverside and get to digging! Well, sort of…more on that later. The gold here is the typical fine Arkansas River material. This means fairly consistent in size – small! This means it would be […]

Point Barr Prospecting Site on the Arkansas River


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If you are reading this now, you missed the grand opening but call about regularly scheduled tours or visiting hours. …to read more about this site and the area, check out this post: http://findinggoldincolorado.com/news-flash-new-viewpoint-at-cripple-creek-victor-mine/ Ok, sure Kevin, the tour sounds like fun but is there any gold I can pan […]

Gold Tourism News Flash: Grand Opening of view point for ...



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Fees, limits on activity and calendar restrictions may be coming soon. (May 2017 Update: As per the Royal Gorge BLM office, the rule changes have been put on hold for the 2017 season!) Some of this change looks to be good news as they plan to allow wheeled carts and […]

Gold Prospecting News Flash: Cache Creek fees & restrictions coming ...


If you make it to Denver, this is a must stop! The Hall of minerals has lots of gorgeous crystals, mineral samples and lots of gold, especially Colorado gold. Here’s the entry area on the ground floor of the museum: They are even encouraging everyone to “be a prospector”!! Here’s […]

Gold Tourism – Denver Museum of Nature & Science


Exit 210C off of northbound I-25 in downtown Denver drops you right into Crescent Park on the east side of the highway. Driving a few yards south, you’ll see parking next to the South Platte river. Walk straight to the river and you’ll find yourself on the cobble bar. From […]

Mile High Bar prospecting tips









Prospector Jack does a great job showing where to prospect…much better than just “telling” right? You have located a prospect. So now what. This is what I look for. I look for what I call the gold line, and that is the path that gold will most often travel. There […]

Prospecting 101 (How To Read A River)




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People have been “finding gold in Colorado” since well before there was a place called Colorado and are still actively doing it today.¬†From American Indian residents of this area and early European explorers finding gold in the streams and using it in trade, to modern residents digging in their neighborhood […]

Finding Gold In Colorado