On State Hwy 49 (P.M. 24.8) at Tuttletown Rd, Tuttletown
Though the Tuttletown Hotel was still standing in 1949, I don't believe that is still the case. Nothing remains of the historical town that I know of.
Plaque information:State plaque
Plaque text:Early day stopping place for men and mounts. Named for Judge Anson A. H. Tuttle who built first log cabin here in 1848. Stones used in this base from old Swerer Store built in 1854, remains of which still exist, 1949. Mark Twain traded here. Tuttletown Hotel, built in 1852 and still standing in 1949, was last operated by John Edwards.
Tablet placed by California Centennial Commission. Base provided by Sonora Lodge of Elks No. 1587. Dedicated June 19, 1949.