- Alpine County Museum
- Grover Hot Springs State Park
- Historical Records Commission
- Markleeville Library and Archives
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P.O. Box 517
Markleeville, CA 96120
Phone: (530) 694-2317
The Museum/Historical Complex is located at the top of School Street in Markleeville.
The Alpine County Historical Complex is open seasonally, from Memorial Day weekend through the end of October.
The Historical Complex houses exhibits that highlight Alpine County history. Features of the complex include:
- The historic and newly restored silver ore stamp mill
- Museum—contains displays of an old country store, a blacksmith shop, Washoe Indian basketry, watch maker's desk, doctor's black bag with tools, supplies and medicines, mining exhibit, pioneer family exhibit, toys and dolls, clothing, photographs, paintings, and relics from prehistoric sites.
- Old Log Jail—a unique structure made of hewn logs of various dimensions, containing two hand-riveted iron cells. The cells were originally located at Silver Mountain City and were moved to Markleeville in 1875.
415 Hot Springs Road, P.O. Box 188
Phone: (530) 694-2248
Grover Hot Springs State Park is located on the east side of the Sierra at the edge of the Great Basin Province, characterized by open pine forest and sagebrush. The park has a hot springs, a campground, picnic area and hiking trails.
P.O. Box 158
Markleeville, CA 96120
Phone: (530) 694-2282
The Historical Records Commission promotes the preservation of historical records. Our duties include:
- Making recommendations for an archive and records management program.
- Supporting and assisting the Alpine County Records Inventory Project so that all County records will be identified and inventoried.
- Identifying and encouraging the preservation of additional governmental, business, professional and private records deemed to be historically significant.
- Promoting the preservation of historical records through newspaper articles, television interviews, talks and like shows to civic groups, the preparation of pamphlets and posters, and the establishment of specialized advisory groups.
- Encouraging historical and genealogical societies, professional associations, private researchers and students to participate in the detailed research involved in preserving historical records.