WHERE TO LOOK FOR AND FIND GOLD IN ALABAMA
Big Ten, Inc.'s Alabama Gold Prospecting and Panning Map shows places where to look to find gold near
Alabaster, Alexander City, Anniston, Ashland, Auburn, Calera, Camp Hill, Carrville, Childersburg, Clanton, Columbiana, Cragford, Dadeville, Fort McClellan, Gold Hill, Goodwater, Heflin, Jordan Lake, Lake Mitchell, Lafayette, Lineville, Louina, Martin Lake, Mignon, Parkdale, Pell City, Prattville, Oxford, Red Hill, Roanoke, Rockford, Talladega, Talladega National Forest, Tallassee, Wadley, Wedowee, and Wetumpka.
It shows one hundred forty (140) gold mines and prospecting and panning locations from official geological records of the State of Alabama and the federal government. Locations for finding gold are shown within 25 miles of each of the above listed places. These gold deposit locations, which show where gold has been found in the past, are clearly marked.
The map is done in color. The margin of the map has text that tells where to look for gold in a streambed, how to tell "fools gold" from real gold and gives step-by-step gold panning instructions. You can quickly learn to pan by following the instructions on the map.