Northern California is home to a number of eerily beautiful ghost towns. However, few will give you the creeps as much as this abandoned town in Tuolumne County. Chinese Camp contains the remnants of an old mining town from California’s Gold Rush days. Today, the dilapidated structures look like they’re seconds away from crumbling into nothing. Although there is something oddly beautiful about this place, the town’s creepy atmosphere is bound to send a chill or two down your spine. In fact, some consider this place the most haunted ghost town in Northern California. There’s only one way to find out for yourself whether that’s true or not and you’ll want to see it for yourself.

What do you think? Does this haunted ghost town in Northern California scare you at all? Check out our list of 6 Unbelievable Ruins In Northern California for more eerily beautiful destinations to check out.

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Are there any other ghost towns in California?

There aren't just ghost towns in California, there's one of the country's most infamous and iconic ghost towns in California! One of the best-known ghost towns in the country, Bodie is a place frozen in time. This Northern California community is your classic boomtown, with the promise of gold attracting nearly 10,000 residents by 1880. But by 1900, enthusiasm for this elusive metal had begun to wane, so when two fires in the early 1930s destroyed most of the town, the remaining residents up and left. Today, visitors can come and explore this California state park, with its abandoned buildings and cemetery making for an eerie and unsettling experience.

Another ghost town in California is Calico. Calico is an Old West mining town in Southern California that has been around since 1881, and was abandoned in the mid-1890s after silver lost its value. Today, Calico is a place that offers an immersive historical experience; visitors can tour the town and also camp overnight in this historic locale. The camping facilities are clean, quiet, and offer lots of modern-day amenities for guests. But the main appeal of this campsite is its access to one of the most intriguing ghost towns in SoCal.

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