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Placer County, California - Visit Soon!

Welcome, and Enjoy

The best that nature has to offer. Discover our vivid and inspiring Gold Rush history. Experience white water rafting thrills on the American River, crisp mountain air and vast recreation areas.

Relaxation

Placer County entices not only the thrill seeker, but those pursuing a relaxing getaway, peace and quiet, with plenty of open space. Located in beautiful Northern California, easily accessible on Interstate 80, Placer County is 100 miles northeast of San Francisco and 20 miles west of Reno. Fly into Sacramento and take a short drive up Interstate 80 -- to summer's sunshine or winter's wonderland.

Variety

From the majesty of North Lake Tahoe to the rich heritage of the Gold Rush era, Placer County offers a wealth of sensational experiences. From east to west, Placer County offers peace and quiet, along with open space, to enjoy your leisure time to the fullest. We bring you closer to nature, surround you with history and give you the opportunity to explore the lifestyle of country living with big city convenience

To learn more, please contact:

Placer County Visitor's Bureau

Email

Visitors' Bureau email

Address

1103 High Street
Auburn, CA 95603

Phone

530-887-2111

Website

Placer County Visitors' Bureau

Placer Valley Tourism

Email

Placer Valley Tourism email

Address

2204 Plaza Drive, #110
Rocklin, CA 95765

Phone

916-773-5400
Fax: 916-773-5403

Website

Placer Valley Tourism

North Lake Tahoe Resort Association

Email

Resort Association email

Address

Box 5578
Tahoe City, CA 96145

Phone

1-800-TAHOE-4-U
(1-800-824-6348)

Website

North Lake Tahoe Resort Association

The Arts Council of Placer County

Email

placerarts@placerarts.org

Address

808 Lincoln Way
Auburn, CA 95603

Phone

530-885-5670
Fax: 530-885-0348

Website

The Arts Council of Placer County

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