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A great experience for someone who is new to crystals and rocks and wants to learn some basic info. Like my title indicates you won't be digging in a rock mine. The method they use is called flume mining where you sit and sift through...More
The people running Lucky Lake Mine make the visit great! This is a family-run business with a flair for making gems and geology fun for all. There were several very excited young kids there having a blast finding semi-precious gemstones (and playing in the water)....More
Kids had a fun time. The buckets are filled with with gems to sift through. Most are not from the area and are added in. Left with quite a few gems. Opted for the $40 bucket since you are not allowed to share the smaller...More
Have been to Lucky Lake Gem Mine several times. Good family fun!! You buy buckets of several prices and sizes. Bigger the bucket, more money, but the buckets are seeded with certain number of gems. We always get the $100 bucket. Guaranteed 2-3 large gems...More
We came to Lucky Lake Mine expecting a neat experience, but we got so much more. The proprietors and folks that work there are so nice and knowledgeable about the gems and fossils they mine. The prices are good for the pieces and the sluicing...More
I have to preface this with the fact that my family is into rock collecting. I was looking for something rock related we could do as a family while on our Virginia beach vacation. I didn't find a lot nearby, so we trekked off to...More
Went with three kids 11,11,15. Got the 110 dollar bucket had fun, we drove quite a ways to go there. You do learn a bit if you are not already into rock collecting and mining. People there are very nice and knowledgable. You basically pick...More