This old Dredge boat sits in a pond just off of Tiger Road. The 100-ft.-long wooden gold dredge, considered the first successful dredge, devoured then spewed out 2,500 cubic yards of gravel and dirt every 24 hours. A three-man crew operated this steam-powered, hungry monster. Not all ponds that harbored dredges had green water as does this pond. In this instance, the color is due to the presence of copper. Nearby is a large "mechanical miners" interpretive sign for visitors to read.