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Lucinda's Country Inn
6701 Perry Creek Rd.
Fair Play, CA 95684
888.245.8246 or 530.409.4169

Lucinda's Country Inn is in the heart of the Gold Country. Within minutes are historic attractions, river rafting (, alpine skiing, snowshoe trails, hiking trails, rock climbing, caverns to explore, Coloma ( Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park), historic "Hangtown" Placerville with its great shopping in small country shops, and lots of local dining.

And, of course, the Fair Play Wine Region. There are 25 wineries within a five mile radius. Most of the wineries have picnic areas. You can get snacks at some wineries or shop the local markets for cheese and crackers, sandwiches, and more. In Fair Play there are FOUR restaurants for you to choose for lunch, and two for dinner; or Lucinda's can arrange for a catered picnic lunch or dinner (limited menu) for you; with advance notice.

Just minutes away is the Shenandoah Valley of Amador County with their 50 wineries to enjoy. There is Plymouth, Drytown, Amador City, Sutter Creek and Jackson just a short drive from there for dining, antique shops and local boutiques.


Visit Lake Tahoe it is just about one hour away from Fair Play. You can go Highway 50 or Highway 88. Daryl and Cindy quite often go one highway up to Lake Tahoe and the other one back to the bed and breakfast. Both highways are beautiful but their views are wonderfully different.


This picture of Emerald Bay at Lake Tahoe was taken early morning October 22, 2013. We'ver never seen the lake as smooth as this day. Probably a once in a life time shot.



This baby alpaca has a family at the Alpacas of El Dorado ranch. There are sevral other alpaca ranches in the Fair play area: Retiredice Alpacas, Alpaca of Somerset Farm and Rancho Margarita Alpacas. Alpacas are curious animals and they will come close and stare in your face. They are very docile, friendly and group together because they are very social. 


One of the many wagons entering Pollock Pines during the Highway 50 Wagon Train's annual June trip. The wagons and riders camp at the community center overnight before heading into Placerville for their final leg of the trip.


In Fair Play and all of El Dorado County there are deer. Here are three young bucks on our protery. El Dorado County has an abundance of wildlife. While driving keep a sharp eye for deer jumping into the roads. Mountain lions, bobcats, raccoons, squirrels, bear and lots of other critters live everywhere in El Dorado County. So if you stop at one of the many vista points to enjoy the beauty, look for chipmunks and snakes. Rattlesnakes do live close to humans, but are sledom seen. Look for them at all times. 

El Dorado County is rich with history; Discovery of Gold, Pony Express, Wgaon Train Routes, Kit Carson, Home of the original 49ers Prospectors, Mining towns, Gold Mines, Indian Diggins, Miwok Indians. These are just a sampling of the history in our back yard. 




(c) Lucinda's Country Inn & Photos by Daryl Sullivan 2004-2014