Gold Panning Course

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Darryl Thompson, award winning gold panner and author of ‘Big Buck Bush Craft’ is providing this gold panning course.

Location: Mission Creek – meet at Scenic Canyon Regional Park.
Bookings are now available beginning in 2024.
Only Sunday’s are available for booking.
Time of day: 1:PM – 4:00PM
Description: Choose your day in the booking calendar. 4 sessions are recommended – Select one day at a time and add as many bookings as you like. Darryl is teaching maximum 4 students per session. He will provide one on one training in addition to group training each panning session

Cost: Each session is $49 – Bring your own gold pan or if you think you want to try before you buy, we can provide a gold pan for you to try it out.

If you would like to book more than one person per gold panning session, please add the person to your booking. If you do not have a gold pan, select how many are required.

Darryl Thompson, award winning gold panner and author of 'Big Buck Bush Craft' is offering a gold panning course.

Location: Mission Creek - meet at Scenic Canyon Regional Park.
Time of day: 8:00AM - 12PM
Description: Choose your day in the booking calendar. 4 days are recommended. Darryl is teaching maximum 4 students per day. He will provide one on one training in addition to group training during each gold panning session.

Please note, dates booked are tentative until each day booked is full with a minimum of 4 students.

Cost: Each session is $49 - Bring your own gold pan or if you think you want to try before you buy, we can provide a gold pan for you to try it out.

Book one day at a time. Create as many bookings as you need.

 

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