At-Home Gem Mining Birthday Parties 

Plan an at-home Mining Expedition

Current Covid-19 Protocol: We have not yet resumed offering in-store parties at our location, but we hope to be able to offer them in the Spring of 2022 (dates TBD). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  In the meantime, we hope you will consider hosting an offsite party, perhaps at your home or local park, using our to-go mining rough.  Thank you for your continued support of our small business.  

HOW IT WORKS

Create an at-home gem mining experience with our to-go bags of mining rough.  Simply set up a simple basin of water, like a kiddie pool or plastic tub, as your wash station.  Pour some dirt in a sand sifter and submerge it in the water to find the treasure!  Watch our YouTube video to learn more about how to create a mining experience at home.  

Pricing

You can select any size or quantity of mining rough to meet your needs. Learn more about bucket sizes and pricingEach bag of mining rough comes with one identification card and one take-home plastic bag for their treasures.  

Add Party Favors

Purchase our pre-assembled party favors in exactly the amount you need, saving you time and money!  Our favors, priced at $4.95 each, are available in three themes: Dinosaurs, Unicorns & Pirates.   

Place your Order

Interested in placing an order for to-go mining rough for your party? Simply give us a call or send us an email to start the ordering process.  While we keep a supply on hand, for large orders it is helpful to send along a pre-order.  Thank you! 

DIY at Your Home

This is a DIY experience, hosted by your family and friends at your home or other location such as a rented shelter at the local park.  Please know that our staff is not available to host the party at your location. Currently, we are not offering in-store party experiences at our location.  

 

Age Considerations: As our gem mining activities and geodes contain small and sometimes sharp pieces, these activities may not be appropriate for children age 3 and younger.  Parental supervision is required and water basins should not be left unattended.