5 places where you can still find gold across America

Libby Creek was named for the daughter of pioneer prospector Stephen Allen and has a mining history dating back to the 1860s.

Libby Creek, Montana

The most well-liked gold panning location in Alaska is Crow Creek Gold Mine. Opened in 1896,

Crow Creek Gold Mine, Alaska

Crow Creek was formerly the biggest mine in the state. It was part of the Alaskan gold rush.

Crow Creek Gold Mine, Alaska

Situated in the center of the gold country, it boasts over 100 kilometers of horseback riding and hiking paths.

Auburn State Recreation Area, California

Even though the mining boom is long gone, the county's former glory may still be seen in a few locations.

Summit County, Colorado

Visitors may still pan for gold in the Lynx Creek drainage, where gold was initially discovered.

Prescott National Forest, Arizona

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