Welcome to Almaden Quicksilver County Park, spectacular in natural diversity and a landmark of California history. The park is the site of over 135 years of mining activities and former home to more than 1,800 miners and their families. The park encompasses 4,163 acres, occupying a majority of Capitancillos Ridge. During early spring, the park offers one of the most spectacular wildflower displays in the region. Remnants of the mining era also offer an exciting look into the mining operations of the latter part of the 19th century.
Daytime dining is our specialty! We begin each day at the crack of dawn, slicing fresh fruits, squeezing fresh orange juice, baking croissants and cinnamon rolls, and whipping up our home-made soups from scratch.
Our extensive breakfast menu covers all of the classic breakfast traditions, along with an extensive selection of creative specialties. And if you start the day late, you can rest assured knowing that breakfast at Bill’s is served all day, along with a wide choice of lunch items, ranging from classic sandwiches, to salads, to our daily chef’s specials.
The food comes big and hearty — with quality preparation, fresh ingredients, and the friendliest service around. So come on in and spend time with your family and ours. We look forward to serving you soon!!