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Imagine a reason for every season! The Shasta Cascade region offers exceptional outdoor adventure activities year-round.

Spring brings a colorful show of wildflowers throughout the region – spectacular colors abound! Come and experience the vivid display in all areas of the Shasta Cascade. Spring also brings some of the best river rafting in the state; try an exciting rafting trip on one of Northern California’s many wild and scenic rivers, with skill levels ranging from leisurely float trips to Class 5 excitement, we have the best! Imagine you and your friends with oars in hand, about to take another Class 3 rapid, your guide providing expert steering directions, while cool clean waters splash against you as you glide through some of California’s most spectacular scenery.

Summer offers the best of hiking, biking, backpacking, camping, houseboating, swimming, fishing, and much more. Consider the excitement of being on the open range, searching for wild horses as you sit high in the saddle in the shadow of Lassen Peak. If you love kayaking- or if you’re a newcomer- try the free kayak tours offered by the National Park Service at Whiskeytown Lake.

Fall boasts spectacular colors, so you don’t have to travel to the east coast to see autumn’s beautiful splendor. Meadows are with splashed with vivid colors that dazzle year after year in the crisp, cool, mountain air. Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, or just want a great getaway - fall for the Shasta Cascade Region!

Winter brings a white wonderland to the Northstate. Cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, iceskating at one of California’s few outdoor rinks, sledding, snowshoeing in Lassen Volcanic National Park, and dog sled races... there’s never a dull moment in the Shasta Cascade Region! If that’s not enough, sign up to be part of a group making a two day ascent on Mt. Shasta, or take in a day of skiing or snowboarding at the Mt. Shasta Ski Park.

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Dunsmuir City Park
Dunsmuir, CA 96025
530-235-4740
Enjoy woodland plants, bold uses of annual color, a crevice rock garden and native plant areas in their natural setting nestled along the Sacramento River. Open dawn to dusk, river access. No entry fee. Our annual fundraiser includes a unique music event and great food. See Event Calendar or website for details.  
Siskiyou County
4288
Amtrak Depot
Dunsmuir, CA 96025
530-235-0839
Featuring railroad photographs, memorabilia and artifacts; history of local Indians, naming of Dunsmuir and the coming of the railroad.  
Siskiyou County
5414
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
Faery Falls cascades 41 feet down a rock face with a small pool and rocky creek at it's base. This waterfall is most interesting to visit at it's peak volume in spring with a great mist and swift stream. This waterfall is easily accessible.Driving Time: 1 hour 18 mins / 62.53 miles from ReddingDifficulty: Easy
Siskiyou County
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875 Mitchell Ave.
Oroville, CA 95965
530-534-6500
See the sixth highest waterfall in the nation, which reaches a magnificent 640 feet. View spectacular scenery from the 9-mile round trip hiking trail.Accessible by Car: YesHiking/walking required: YesIf so, what is the distance:   9 mile hike (round trip) 4 miles each way.Special Features: Feather Falls,  the sixth tallest waterfall in the continental Unite
Butte County
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2600 Old Ferry Road
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-2500
The museum is a WPA built rock building with changing displays.   Created alongside the Feather River on the site of Oroville’s first park, the nature center features walking trai
Butte County
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43030 Fort Crook Museum Avenue
Fall River Mills, CA 96028
530-336-5110
The story of the Indians and early settlers of this area are depicted by several rooms of antique furniture, a blacksmith’s shop, the old Fall River jail, early farm implements, old school house, log cabin and Indian artifacts.
Shasta County
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11913 Main Street
Fort Jones, CA 96032
530-468-5568
Built with native rock, the museum houses a collection of Indian and Pioneer artifacts, including a rare ceremonial white deer skin, many Indian baskets, and the famous "rain rock".
Siskiyou County
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Graeagle - Clio, CA 96103
1-800-326-2247
Located in the pristine Alpine wilderness of the Lakes Basin recreation area, this trail to the falls is a great picnic site with restrooms. Accessible by car: No | Hiking/walking required: Yes | If yes, what is the distance: Half an hour round trip. 1/2 mile , easy, universally-accessible. | Special Features: 250 Foot falls. Located in the pristine Alpine wilderness of the
Plumas County
2822
502 Pearson Rd.
Paradise, CA 95969
530-872-8722
The museum depicts area history from Native American to 1950, and includes a replication of an old west mining town with a working blacksmith shop, gold panning sluices and souvenir shop. 
Butte County
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3207 Rutherford Rd.
Gridley, CA 95948
530-846-7505
• 9,100-acre wildlife refuge, one of the most intensively managed waterfowl marshlands in the United States • Excellent opportunities for hunting, fishing, photographing, and nature viewing • Educational programs, exhibits, self-guided nature trail and seasonal guided tours
Butte County
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Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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