The Gold Castle Mine (20.66 Acre Lode Mining Claim)

The Gold Castle Mine lode mining claim is a 20.66 acre unpatented mining claim in the Rocky Mountains, approximately 43 miles West of Fort Collins in the Manhattan Gold Mining District of Northern Colorado. It is only a few miles South of Red Feather Lakes. Because it is on National Forest land, it allows camping, hiking, dogs, and shooting.

This mine has historic dumps that are filled with cans and bottles, 5 major open stoped or collapsed tunnels, several prospects, huge tailings piles, a creek, road access, historic cabin structures, historic ore bin and possibly processing building. It is has not even been completely explored! Scroll down for maps, including an interactive Google Maps window.

The ore seen in the tailings pile rates from medium grade to high grade sulphide and quartzite type ores.

Estimated gold reserves in tailings: Unknown
Estimated gold reserves on claim: Unknown


This claim is in the area that burned as part of the Cameron Peak Fire (Colorado's Largest Wildfire as of October 30th 2020). I have not made it to the claim to assess what has burned and what hasn't. The minerals won't change, and burnt trees make for excellent timber! I do not know if any part of the claim has burned or not as part of this wildfire. This offer will last until I have a chance to visit the claim, it could be soon or in a month!

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Status: SOLD


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