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Unusual spot

Uncle Tom’s Cabin is a most unusual spot in the world. In the middle of nowhere, but loaded with... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Les H
Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States
via mobile
Funky Fun and worth the trip!

We love this place. It was interesting and I was happy to see it had survived the fire! This place... read more

Reviewed December 21, 2017
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2 weeks ago
“Unusual spot”
21 Dec 2017
“Funky Fun and worth the trip!”
Georgetown Rd. Hwy 193, Georgetown, CA
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Uncle Tom’s Cabin is a most unusual spot in the world. In the middle of nowhere, but loaded with people and memories, stories of over a hundred years! Autographed $1 bills stapled to the ceiling and walls makes for valuable wallpaper!!!

Thank Les H
Reviewed December 21, 2017

We love this place. It was interesting and I was happy to see it had survived the fire! This place must been seen if you are looking for an out of the way road trip.

Thank 13313mcm
Reviewed September 20, 2016

I'm a fan of bars. Been to a ton of them. This is one of my favorites. We stopped in after a little bit of wheeling on the Rubicon and we're amazed to find such a gem hidden in the middle of nowhere. This place...More

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Reviewed December 29, 2015

Before they paved the road, the "Clampers" held 4th of July celebration/parties, firing firearms at will til the county cops came. Saw them send the cops runnin'. Those days are gone now and the law rules but in my lifetime i experienced the old wild...More

4  Thank Sam R
Reviewed April 22, 2015

Great little place to go have a beer I have never eating there but I have herd that they do put on some great party's . Its way up in the mountains beautiful setting.

Thank LWzipp
Reviewed April 15, 2015 via mobile

If you are heading up country from Georgetown this place is worth a stop. You can only get beer and snacks, but enjoy them on the porch, or rent a cabin and enjoy a weekend. Friendly people and all kinds of history here.

Thank Juli O
Reviewed October 12, 2014

Spent Labor Day weekend celebrating 150th anniversary of Uncle Tom's in the El Dorado National Forest. Weeks later the King Fire burned around the area, which just goes to show it will be there for another 150 years! They don't serve food, but the social...More

Thank SpiritLilly
Reviewed May 26, 2014

This is a cool, rustic shed/cabin covered in dollar bills and a great place for a beer or soda, no food so BYOB (bring your own beans). Pit toilets (double seater :-) and a nice, big fire pit, deck, nice meadow view and super nice...More

1  Thank Marci M
Reviewed March 12, 2012

Up the road from Georgetown on the way to Ice House is Uncle Tom's Cabin which is a fun rustic old time beer bar and a fun place to camp and enjoy the woods. Part of the charm is another woodsy old time hangout just...More

3  Thank BobandCyn
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