Snuggled away in the northernmost region of Californian Mother Lode is yet another vibrant town of Georgetown. Decked on the Oregon Creek, Georgetown was once a trading center for gold miners and today ruins of such a lavish past are still noticeable as you loiter around the town. Giving a ‘small town feel’, Georgetown is certainly the best place to find some tranquility and reunite with the self; one could choose to travel around the town by themselves, re-discovering the authentic richness of the past or you could even rest by your room with a panoramic view of the rustic town from the window. Plus, the weather is pleasant around the year and so, it serves as an ideal picnic spot or one-day tour to escape from the busy schedule of city life. While shopping and camping occupy the day, savoring some of their local dishes is a great idea!

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