Chilton County Alabama Gold Mines
‘William Howard Prospect’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Prospect
‘Rocky Creek Placer’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Placer
‘Alum Bluff Prospect’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Prospect
‘Rippatoe Mine and Placer’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Vein
‘Flint Hill Mine’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Past Producer
‘B.T. Childer’s Prospect’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Occurrence
‘Alum Bluff Mines’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Vein
‘Flint Hill Mine’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Vein
‘William Howard Property’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Occurrence
‘Rocky Creek Placer’ in Chilton, AL, Gold Past Producer
Franklin Jemison 32.89725 -86.83039 S Surface N/A
Honeycutt’s Mill Placer 32.88833 -86.79028 S N/A N/A
Mulberry Creek Placer 32.88861 -86.79 S N/A N/A
Rocky Creek Placer(1) 32.76888 -86.50694 S N/A N/A
Rocky Creek Placer(2) 32.77115 -86.5014 N/A N/A N/A
Rocky Creek Placer Mine 32.77027 -86.5 S N/A N/A
Unnamed Prospect 32.75638 -86.5 N/A Occurrence N/A
William Howard Property 32.76472 -86.48889 N/A Occurrence N/A
Rippatoe Mine & Placer 32.79805 -86.53333 S N/A Vein N/A
William Howard Prospect 32.80025 -86.5019 N/A Prospect N/A
Rippatoe Placer 32.79416 -86.48056 S N/A N/A
|B.T. Childers Prospect |
The rock exposures that are limited on the south west by the overlap of the Upper Cretaceous Formation (Tuscaloosa Formation). Nuggets weighing up to 4 ounces have been reported from Blue Creek, a short tributary of the Coosa River in the southeastern part of the county.
|Blue Creek (Ripatoe Placer), Chilton County |
A creek on Lake Mitchell near Clanton, Alabama. The ripatoe placer and mine.
|Clanton AL |
Clanton population is 8,619. The city is the county seat of Chilton County.
|Lay Lake |
Alabama Bass Trail
This 12,000 acre lake has 289 miles of shoreline and has played host to the Bass Masters Classic Tournament. Since being impounded in 1914 by the Alabama Power Company, Lay Lake is best known for its spotted bass and largemouth bass fishing. A high quality largemouth bass and spotted bass fishery exists at Lay Reservoir.
40+ miles of largemouth bass and spotted bass. Located in the Alabama counties of Talladega, Shelby, Coosa and Chilton.
|Mulberry Creek Placer |
Gold is present at a grade sufficient to have a strong effect on the economics of an excavation project. It may even be viable as the only commodity mined.
This depost has opperated in the past as a production but was closed at the time it was surveyed. There were no known plans to reopen it. A placer operation was at this site or proposed for it.