ROBERTS CREEK STATION
| NAME: Roberts Creek Station
CLIMATE: Hot summer, cool winter.
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Anytime.
| COMMENTS: Interesting country.
REMAINS: Not Much.
Bolivar Roberts was a division superintendent for the Pony Express and the station was named after him. John Fisher, later to become a prominent judge, was a Pony Express rider between Salt Lake and Roberts Creek. When the Overland Stage and the Pony Express stopped running, Roberts Creek became a successful ranching operation that it still is today. At Roberts Creek, nothing from the Pony Express era remains although there are some old log structures probably from a later time.
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