- Kids' Collecting Rocks and Minerals page. The starting point
for kids, with index of related websites.
Agate.com - Chronicles
of rockhounding trips through Washington, Oregon and Arizona,
by Jason Matthiessen; including photos of finds, with links
to other sites.
- Triple-washed gem concentrates from supplier's unsalted
Ruby Mine, located in No. Carolina. Possible finds include;
sapphires, garnets, rhodolites, rubies, moonstone, sillimanite,
kyanite, and rutile.
Balls O' Fire -
Mining, processing and history of the fire agate. Specimen
collection, with custom jewelry sales.
- Multi-state listing of rock, mineral and fossil fee-collecting
sites. Also, Midwest Rockhound calendar of events. Includes
info on how to grow your own crystals.
Collection - Enthusiasts's site describes mineral collection,
features a photo gallery, locations and the list of specimens.
Cape Cod Rocks
- Pictorial museum, exhibiting gems, fossils, rocks, and mineral
Rockhounds - Club for enthusiasts based in Cologne, NJ.
Rock collecting, lapidary, geology, mineralogy, shows and
Rockhound Association - Family-oriented club, located
in San Diego, CA. Activities include field trips, monthly
meetings, jewelry making and shows.
Creations - Discover the legend behind Arizona's famous
apache tears; including geographic information, physical properties,
and alleged healing powers.
Yooper's Rockhounding Guide - Buy, sell or trade fossils,
rocks, minerals and miscellaneous. Enjoy the "oldest antiques
Jr. Rockhounds - Club is located in Evansville, Indiana,
and open to youngsters ages 9-16. Study earth sciences, field
trips and shows.
- Founded in 1983. Book rockhounding field trips for clubs
British Columbia - Geology and paleontology tours. Photographs
of recent mineral and fossil finds in and around the Kamloops
Works - Offering tours for rockhounds; including geologic
tours, McAbee fossil beds, McGillivray quartz crystals, and
Fraser River jade tour.
Collecting - Personal collection of Kentucky agate and
other materials. Related links page, including clubs.
Web Resources - A large collection of links and original
information for Rockhounds about geology, minerals, fossils,
lapidary, rock clubs, and other related subjects. Many dealer
sites have also been included.
Mineral Trading Post - Rockhound enthusiast's site containing
photos of mineral specimens for trade and viewing.
Minerals - Private collection, trade lists, research;
and exchange experiences with other rockhounds. Only site
that trades exclusively in Italian, or alpine minerals.
Middle Tennessee Rockhounds
- Non-profit, family-oriented organization that is open to
individuals of all ages who share common interests in collecting
and working with gems, minerals, jewelry, geology, and fossils.
Mineral Search Safaris
- Geological Artifacts Tours organized safaris to Mexico.
Itinerary, reports, schedules and related information.
and Fossils - Sherry brings you Kern County Mineral Society
information, field trip reports, activities, photos and related
Specimens and Crystals - Online link direct to the mines
and lapidary shops for mineral specimens and crystals, display
specimens, unique decorator and collector pieces.
New England Fossicking
Tours - Hunt for gems, minerals, and fossils in the New
England Region Of NSW, Australia.
- Photos of Norwegian minerals, with short descriptions of
the geological parageneses they were found in.
- Information on rockhounding in Oregon and Washington. Field
trips, collecting sites, trade list, books, and items for
Hound's Home - Intended to give those individuals interested
in rocks, minerals, and lapidary, a source for information
on the earth sciences, and supporting organizations.
- Located on the rugged west slope of the Little Florida Mountains,
the park is a favorite for "rockhounds" because of the abundant
agates and quartz crystals found there. Hiking trails provide
spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.
Corner's - Extensive collections of rocks and minerals,
rare books on the subject, and related links. Bilingual.
- Selling collection recovered over 40 years of rockhounding.
Some lapidary equipment, jewelry mountings, tumbled agates,
and matching western bolo ties and buckles.
- An authoritative and comprehensive guide to Arkansas geology,
minerals, and the hobby of rockhounding. Written by the well
known geologist Mike Howard.
Information Page - Link list and information about the
rockhounds mailing list.
Rocks and Style
- Follow the rocks link to view samples and descriptions of
collection. The rocks are from, and the photos were taken
in- Alabama, Colorado, Georgia and New Mexico.
- A native mine yielding star rubies, sapphires and garnets,
for both the serious and the amateur rockhound.
Rockhounder - Husband-and-wife team share general rockhounding
information, display specimens, and fossil collection.
of Rockhounds - Rockhound chat and list serv. Three lists
and two chat rooms available. One for rock talk, one for selling
products, and one for finalizing your sales. Also promotes
a banner exchange.
World Wide Gold Nuggets
- Featuring gold nuggets from Africa, Australia, Bolivia,
Canada, and the US. Includes rare Crystalline gold. Many sizes
from 1 gram up to over 1 ounce.