El Dorado was first recognized as Mud Springs from the muddy swamp that the cattle and horses made of a nearby watering hole. At one time it was an important camp on the historic Carson Trail and by early 1850’s the area now known as El Dorado had become the eventful nucleus of a mining district and the connection for freight and stagecoach lines.
At the pinnacle of the rush its huge gold production supported a population of several thousand residents. The name was altered to El Dorado in 1855, was incorporated in 1856 and quickly dis-incorporated in 1857.
Neighboring El Dorado Hills is a community that appreciates the kind of location that Californians daydream about near to snow skiing, the beautiful ocean, amazing wineries and stunning state parks. Situated 25 miles from downtown Sacramento and 1.5 hours from Lake Tahoe, El Dorado claims acres of lavish rolling hills with spectacular views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Sacramento valley.
Families living here appreciate the exceedingly ranked schools, tremendous sports programs, neighboring proximity to Folsom Lake, and plentiful community events fluctuating from creative art and lavish wine carnivals to unrestricted, evening music recitals in the park.
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