Central Montana Prospectors
Central Montana Prospectors

Prospecting Outing Schedule & Information for 2016

Review The Facts & Experiences For Each of These On Site Visits to See What You Might Encounter or Find in Your Recreational Prospecting Plans

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This is a long established, family owned, easily accessed sapphire mining business open 7 days a week with help for the visitor.



Whenever you dig on any place on this claim you will find gold. If you come to their meetings and sign up you can dig there.



This is a giant group dig every year on Memorial Day that everyone is welcome to join in. It is sponsored by the Yellowstone Prospecting group.



This is a 20 acre plot on the El Dorado bar where you can dig for sapphires your self and have your buckets washed before you leave if you choose. You can find gold there too.



Anyone can walk along the shore of Ruby Reservoir and pick up garnets and gold can be found if you dig the shore dirt. The Ruby River down below the reservoir is prolific as well.



This is a state park established decades ago for the family to go in search of  crystals on the hillside. Be prepared to choose one of the many giant gopher holes as your own place to dig. Picnic there as well but no overnight camping.



In order to go prospect on this beautiful claim one has to with a GPAA  member or join the organization yourself and have access to many claims with your membership.



Montana is rich in fossils. You can view them in many places all over the state. This is just a few sites where you can go to enjoy them .



Spencer Opal Mines in Spencer, Idaho, just acrost the Montana border is your opportunity to search for opals that you can't find in Montana. Its a great place to go.



The Blue Jewel Mine is true to its name; it is a true jewel for many reasons. Click here to learn more.



Be prepared for an adventure going from a mountain top down into the deep recesses of a ravine and coming back out.



Gem Mountain is a popular well-known spot for tourists throughout Montana



The 3 Lincoln claims of the Blackfoot River Chapter has a variety of gold panning opportunities for those who join their club.



GPAA Hopless#1 Claim is about ten miles off the highways tucked back in the hills of Helena National Forest and was heavily prospected a century ago. No water but great.



Billings fossil hunt a total surprise. Check it out.



Combining a trip from central Montana to Yellowstone Park means two stops at hot springs, one White Sulphur, the other Chico before hitting Tom Miner Campground and the trailhead for the Petrified Forest. Many trails to hike.


The Schedule Followed for The Season for 2016

This brochure and calendar was created late winter for pursuing an active recreational prospecting program for those who would like to get out and find minerals, gems, fossils and gold. We hope this helps you and your family's plans for the summer of 2016.  Please feel free to print yourself up a copy of this brochure for your planning.

This is page two of the brochure which delineates dates, times and places of rendezvousing for recreational prospecting gatherings. Further details would require a phone call, email or text. A different calendar listing will be added shortly but this suffices until then.

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