The oldest community in Amador County, Northern California, Drytown is actually registered as a California Historical Landmark. This is not the only thing that makes Drytown interesting. Even though the population of this tiny town is less than 200, the town has 5 antique shops!
Before Drytown was named a historical landmark, it was home to approximately 10,000 people. The town was thriving due to its abundance of gold mines. Unfortunately, the adorable town dwindled down into nothing when a fire burned down most of it.
If you live in Drytown, don't think that just because the town is small there is nothing for you and your pooch to do here! There are many lakes nearby where you and your pup can go relax. Furthermore, Sacramento is only a short drive away -- a bustling city full of food, activities and shopping.
To the east of Drytown, you will find some of the most beautiful national parks in the state. Not only will you and your pup have plenty of things to do here, but you'll also have some wonderful opportunities to spend a quiet moment in nature with your best furry friend. Trust us -- this place is a nature lover's paradise!