Greenhorn Creek Resort is located a hop from the historic downtown of Angels Camp, where Mark Twain scripted his famed Jumping Frog short...
Greenhorn Creek Resort is located a hop from the historic downtown of Angels Camp, where Mark Twain scripted his famed Jumping Frog short story that brought the little mining camp to prominence during California's Gold Rush. Today, it serves as an ideal jumping-off point to spectacular scenic drives, 32 local wineries, plus a wide variety of outdoor activities in the heart of the Gold Country. The resort property, situated at 1,500 feet elevation and protected from valley fog in winter, is also home to a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. re-designed golf course wandering throughout the rolling foothills and 100-year old oak trees over ancient underground diggings and artifacts of that golden era. Combined with on-site accommodations, including the unique five bedroom Caddy Shack plus the award-winning CAMPS Restaurant, Greenhorn Creek is the perfect locale for a golf getaway!