Amador County offers you incredible natural beauty, a rich variety of historical settings and a rural flavor that makes it a great place for all kinds of shoots. Nestled in the heart of California's Mother Lode, Amador encompasses 593 square miles stretching from the floor of the San Joaquin Valley to the 8,000+ foot peaks of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Our many natural attributes are numerous, from gently rolling foothills to rugged granite vistas, from sprawling ranchlands and lush vineyards to scenic lakes and rivers... few other California counties offer such a variety and wealth of natural beauty!

Type: Regional Film Office

Blackman, Tom
Film Commissioner, Amador County Film Commission
836 N. Hwy. 49/88, Jackson, CA 95642
209.607.3456 - cell phone 1
209.223.2276 phone 2


The California Film Commission (CFC) coordinates with the over 60 Regional Film Offices to help promote and facilitate filming throughout California. Regional Film Office Partners support productions that wish to film in a local region. They operate as part of their jurisdiction's chamber of commerce, county, city, or convention and visitors bureau. Regional Film Office Partners have a knowledge of production and will coordinate film location activities when a production company wishes to film in their area. We recommend that your first call should be to the local Regional Film Office Partner. It could save you a lot of time, money, and energy. >> updated 3.13.2015 lm / 12.11.2015 lb / 12.6.2016 lm / 12.20.2016 lb / 4.10.2018 / 11.28.2018 / 11.27.2019 / 4.22 23.2020 lm

7 Locations

Location ID Address
Cosumnes River Ranch 10104170 6525 Old Sacramento Road, Plymouth, CA
Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park (SHP) 7616 14881 Pine Grove Volcano Road, Pine Grove, CA
Ione, Town of 3102 CA-104 & CA-124, Ione, CA
Jackson 153 Jackson, CA
Preston Castle - former Preston School of Industry 10084789 Palm Drive, Ione, CA
Silver Lake - Amador County 1709 Off Hwy 88, Kit Carson, CA
Sutter Creek United Methodist 868 14 Main Street, Sutter Creek, CA