SIERRA COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Loyalton was originally known as Smith’s Neck. The sentiment of loyalty to the Union Cause during the Civil War led to changing the name to Loyalton in 1863. In 1901, Loyalton was incorporated as a dry town, the size was set at 50.6 square miles. At that time, it was California’s second largest city after Los Angeles.
49 THINGS TO DO ON HWY 49
because memories aren't made playing video games
No 22: GET YOUR HOG CALL ON...
at the Plumas Sierra County Fair. The fair is a 5 day event which is being held annually each August at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy. From Hog calling to quilts and livestock to carnival rides— come back to your roots at our county fair.
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