Lassen County
Order Guide
Visitor Guide
Maps
530-283-2050
159 Lawrence Street Quincy, CA 95971
View Website

The Plumas National Forest, situated in the northern most Sierra Nevada, and just south of the Cascade Range, is versatile in its land features, uncrowded, and enhanced by a pleasant climate. The serenity of the forest is truly remarkable and enduring, and will leave lasting impressions. Some of the most outstanding attractions include:

• Bucks Lakes Wilderness Area – the terrain includes gentle slopes, steep canyons and sheer cliffs, with a broad diverse landscape, which features great summer and winter activities.

• Feather River Scenic Byway – View railroads and powerhouses while winding gently through the granite gorge of the Feather River Canyon.

• Middle Fork of the Feather River– designated as a wild and scenic river, deep picturesque canyons provide good fishing, with rafting and canoeing permitted in some areas.

• Pacific Crest Trail – seventy-five miles of the trail cross the Plumas, passing through two major canyons (the Middle and North Forks of the Feather River). 

Ranger Districts:

Beckwourth RD, Blairsden .........................................530-836-2575

Challenge Visitor Center, Challenge.......................530-675-1146

Feather River RD, Oroville .........................................530-534-6500

Greenville Info/Work Ctr., Greenville......................530-284-7126

Mt. Hough RD, Quincy ................................................530-283-0555

Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
Things to Do | Wine & Dine | Events | Planning | Stay | Regions | Partners | Media | About Us | Contact Us
Website Developed by Drozian Webworks