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Amador County is located located in the Sierra Nevada of California. The population as of 2010 was 38,091. The county seat is Jackson. The county is named for Jose Maria Amador, soldier, rancher and miner, who was born in San Francisco in 1794, the son of Sergeant Pedro Amador (a Spanish soldier who settled in California in 1771) and younger brother to Sinforosa Amador. There is one courthouse in Amador County located in Jackson.
Amador County offers a host of activities to satisfy everyone. The beautiful foothills are dotted with rustic communities where you can go shopping, enjoy the rural sights and find cultural events. Those looking for more action can find mine tours, hiking, golfing and biking in the rolling hills. The cliffs and summits of the Sierras provide climbing, spelunking, skiing and off-road adventures opportunities. There are many streams and lakes nearby for fishing, swimming and water sports.
During the winter Amador tourists and residents can enjoy activities such as downhill skiing, snow mobiling, and snowshoeing. Amador Vintners host the €œBehind the Cellar Door€, a special barrel tasting weekend held every March. In the spring, the beauty of Daffodil Hill just outside of Volcano is open Mid March to Mid April. Enjoy the subterranean beauty of the Black Chasm or the Sutter Gold Mines any day of the year.A visit to the Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park lets you peek into the life of the earliest occupants of Amador County. There are also guided history tours of Sutter Creek or Jackson.