The Historic Hotel Leger Preservation Society Program is a membership program that benefits both participating members and the hotel by raising much needed funds for important historical restoration and renovation projects, as well as selected improvements designed to increase the usability of the hotel by both local and out-of-area guests, as a center of commerce and social interaction in the Mother Lode region.
The Hotel Leger, which includes the original Calaveras County Courthouse when Mokelumne Hill was the county seat from 1852-1866, was once an important icon of the region, and attracted people from all over the world to its doors. Due in large part to the richness of the gold strikes in the nearby Mokelumne River and surrounding hills, Mokelumne Hill was once the most populated and richest of all the Gold Rush era towns. It became a point of embarcation for thousands of people coming from far away
We invite you to join us in our efforts to maintain and restore this historic site. All of the proceeds from membership dues will be used directly for the renovation and upgrade of the building structure, and for capital equipment to improve the level and quality of hospitality services it provides to its customers. The Hotel Leger Preservation Society offers three levels of membership. Each tier reflects your level of commitment to our efforts, and allows members to enjoy the many services of the hotel based on individual preference, as summarized below:
• Hotel Accommodations
• Food and Beverage Services
• Access to our Courtyard Pool
• Admission to Special Events
Other special benefits may also be announced and offered from time to time as befitting the program.