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Anyone can pan for gold. All it takes is a little equipment and a location. But if you want to look for diamonds, there is only one place to look: Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas. The park is the site of the world's only diamond-bearing location open to the public.
There is only one site where you can find diamonds in North America: Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas. There park visitors can pull diamonds right out of the ground. Although amateur diamond prospectors are allowed to keep what they find, actually finding the diamonds is another matter. But there are some techniques that can improve your success at finding diamonds in the park.
Treasure hunting may seem like a staple of adventure novels and movies, but real treasure hunting is a hobby that people around the world participate in. The average treasure hunter isn't always looking for a lost temple or a chest filled with Spanish doubloons. Instead hobby treasure hunters that are armed with metal detectors and trowels enjoy the thrill of the hunt and finding a little bit of history.
Ever since the first prisoner came to Alcatraz Island in 1861, men and women have been looking for an escape from the island. And while no one ever got away from the military or the law stationed on the notorious island located in San Francisco bay, some residents of the island found another form of escape through planting gardens. Most of these gardens fell into disuse once the prison closed in 1963. More recently, the State Parks System has reclaimed the gardens of Alcatraz. In the process, parks volunteers have found hybrid rose varieties that were previously thought extinct.