Discover Amador County golf courses. Escape the hustle and bustle of your everyday life. Vacation in this scenic area of the Sierra Foothills.
Amador County is a great destination for a mountain getaway. There are just two golf courses in the county, but lots of other things to do. Explore the antique shops of these small Gold Rush towns. Pan for gold. Tour a gold mine. Stay at an historic inn. Dine at unique restaurants. During the winter, you can ski or snowboard at Kirkwood Meadows Ski Resort.
Amador County Golf Courses
Castle Oaks Golf Club
Address: 1000 Castle Oaks Dr., Ione, CA
Telephone: (209) 274-0167
Designer: Brad Benz
Castle Oaks Golf Club was named “Best Public Golf Course in Nor-Cal” by Golf Digest. Castle Oaks opened in 1994. It remains a Golf Digest Places to Play. It is a 4-Star rated course.
Mace Meadow Golf Club
Address: 26570 Fairway Dr., Pioneer, CA 95666
Telephone: (209) 295-7020
Mace Meadow is located 19 miles east of Jackson on Scenic Highway 88. Play surrounded by tall oaks, towering ponderosa pine, douglas fir, and cedar trees. This a challenging course for golfers.
Other Fun Things to Do in Amador County
Amador County is famous for the many fabulous wineries that produce wine in the region. Amador is especially known for producing world class Zinfandel. Amador Zinfandels have a reputation for being big and bold. Wineries from regions of California will often purchase Zinfandel grapes from Amador growers. However, there are many other types of wines made in the area. Plan a trip to Amador Wineries and taste for yourself these delightful wines.
Explore the fascinating caverns located in the Sierra Foothills. There are a number of different caves that offer tours. This is especially fun during the hot summer months because it can be quite cool inside these deep limestone caves.
Our favorite place to spend the night in Amador County is Foxes Inn This charming Bed and Breakfast is located in the historic Gold Rush town of Sutter Creek. Stroll the town exploring the shops, walk to wine tasting rooms, attend a live performance at the Sutter Creek Theater, or enjoy an ice cream cone at the Sutter Creek Ice Cream Emporium.