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New and used goods dot the entire market and provide “the thrill of discovery” in looking for that unique “bargain” or “just right” item that keeps people coming back.
Shopping at Denio’s can be fun, exciting, and save you money! For 70 years now, people from all walks of life have been buying produce, new and used merchandise, antiques, specialty items, and who knows what else! Many of their vendors have been with them for years and have raised their families while selling at Denio’s. Their customers regularly comment on the variety and selection of goods that are presented for sale each weekend. Always the freshest, most abundant selection of produce available anywhere, their produce market continues to be second to none! New and used goods dot the entire market and provide “the thrill of discovery” in looking for that unique “bargain” or “just right” item that keeps people coming back.
Visit their website for a printable market map with space numbers.
A 45-ton concrete statue of a Gold Rush era miner stands at the entrance to Old Town Auburn, a small collection of shops, restaurants, and antique stores. The statue is a representation of Claude Chana (1811-1882), the prospector who discovered gold here in the foothills east of Sacramento on May 16, 1848.
Donner Summit Historical Society’s 20 Mile Museum highlights the history and beauty of the Summit. Interpretive signs have been placed mostly along Old Highway 40 and nearby from Auburn to Truckee.