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When gold was discovered in 1848 by miner Claude Chynna the idyllic and inspired city of Auburn was founded. During the gold rush era Auburn was quickly populated by settlers along the Nevada, Sacramento, Auburn Folsom and Foresthill trails which today have become commercial and residential streets that continue to teem with the optimism and beauty of over 150 years ago. Old Town Auburn is a compact maze of intricate streets which boasts over 60 restaurants, bars, unique shops and antique stores.

Today the entirety of the city of Auburn has 12,500 residents within the city limits and an estimated 44,000 population in the greater Auburn area. Homes in Auburn range from Tuscan-style villas to Craftsman homes to classic Victorians in historic Old Auburn. Properties in this area often boast ample acreage for gardeners or horse enthusiasts.

Residents of Auburn enjoy one-of-a-kind shopping and dining experiences in the commercial business districts of Downtown, Old Town, Auburn Town Center, and Highway 49. The combined business districts have 49 restaurants to satisfy diverse appetites, specialty clothing and gift stores, antique stores, art galleries, book stores, museums, and wineries. Due to the rich natural beauty and historic charm, Auburn has been the filming locale for such movies as "Overboard," "Phenomenon", "Rocky and Bullwinkle", and "Breakdown".

A city also rich with an appreciation for the arts, Auburn is the home of the Arts Council of Placer County a non-profit organization that sponsors the arts activities throughout the area. The council sponsors the Auburn Art Walk, an annual event which features work from local artists. In addition to fine arts, Auburn is home to the Auburn Symphony which began its 17th successful season in 2007. Other artistic ventures in the community include public art, theatrical arts, music, dance, and all the local artists that exhibit their art work in the many art galleries and businesses.

Not only a city inviting to artists and art-enthusiasts, Auburn is a family-centered town featuring the active Boys and Girls Club and Teen Center in the downtown district in addition to the state-owned and operated Gold Country Fairgrounds and the Auburn Skate Park which is within walking distance from downtown. Auburn Recreation District also sponsors numerous organized sports programs for all ages, which are offered at the recreation center and several recreational parks in the immediate area.

In celebration of its esteemed heritage, Auburn is also home to one of the oldest rodeos in Northern California. The annual Auburn Wild West Stampede attracts hundreds of the nation's top rodeo cowboys and cowgirls to compete for thousands in prize money each year. This two-day event is preceded by a week of celebration including the Miss Auburn Stampede pageant, Jackpot Team Roping and Barrel Racing.

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Auburn Open Houses

It is a beautiful time of year here in Auburn, the lakes are filling for summer time fun the tails are lush with grasses and wildflowers and the business are filled with history... more

It is a beautiful time of year here in Auburn, the lakes are filling for summer time fun the tails are lush with grasses and wildflowers and the business are filled with history and culture everywhere you look. Rain is due to come in until Saturday, but Sunday & Monday will be a great time to come tour Auburn. History and modern culture merge with outdoor adventure in this appealing town on the west side of the Sierra Nevada. While Auburn has long been an easy pit stop for travelers heading to and from Lake Tahoe's north shore, the town has plenty of reasons on its own for sticking around for a spell-especially if you like to move. Auburn claims to be home to the most challenging and historic endurance sports events in the world, like the prestigious 100-mile/161-km Western States trail running race. The area is also a mecca for mountain bikers, hikers, and horseback riders, who all take advantage of trails lacing the Auburn State Recreation Area, which protects the confluence of the North and Middle Forks of the American River (Both forks are popular whitewater rafting destinations.) As more vintners join the "Gold Crush"-a local reference to Placer County's growing number of wineries-so does the chance to relax at nearby tasting rooms, where the guy pouring the wine is often the winemaker too. Good wines attract good restaurants, and Auburn has a bumper crop lining the streets in the handsome Old Town district. Art galleries and shops selling antiques and collectibles abound. Wine grapes aren't the only crop that grows in the area; citrus varieties thrive here too, and you can get your fix at the annual Mountain Mandarin Festival, held in late fall at Auburn's Gold Country Fairgrounds. Old Town Auburn is the destination for mouthwatering food and drinks, unique shopping, and year-round events. Let history capture your heart in Auburn, California. Comments from - Visit Auburn less

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