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Attractions in UpState CA

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

Come and experience the vivid display of spring colors 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 river, we have the best! Imagine 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. 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 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, ice-skating at one of California’s few outdoor rinks, sledding, and snowshoeing in Lassen Volcanic National Park... there’s never a dull moment in the Shasta Cascade Region!

Win-River Resort and Casino

Win-River Resort & Casino is a Native American gaming resort & casino offering the best entertainment, hospitality, latest slots, hottest new table games, live-action poker, high-stake Indian Bingo and some of the most flavorful cuisine in the North State.

Sundial Bridge

The Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay crosses the Sacramento River in the heart of Redding, California. The bridge lserves as a downtown entrance for Redding’s extensive Sacramento River Trail system. Access to the Sundial Bridge and surrounding river trails are free to the public.

Turtle Bay Exploration Park

Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a 300-acre campus containing educational and entertaining activities that interpret the relationship between humans and nature. The Park tells the stories of the region and its people through a museum and art gallery, wildlife exhibits, forest camp, a year-round aviary, amphitheater, and an arboretum & gardens.

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469
780 Main St.
Weaverville, CA 96093
530-623-5211
Displays include mining equipment, Indian displays, Chinese exhibits, old bottles, early kitchen utensils used by the county's first settlers, and memorabilia that reflect the area's gold mining roots.
Trinity County
461
2180 Rocky Point Road
Portola, CA 96122
530-832-4888
Plumas County pioneer Jim Beckwourth's hotel and trading post, circa 1852, 1850's log cabin. Open to the public by appointment.
Plumas County
203
311 Washington St
Red Bluff, CA 96080
530-527-1129
The classical two-story Victorian home was built in the 1880's.  Victorian garbed mannequins grace the authentic antique furnishings of the period. Also on display are Indian artifacts and photographs of Tehama County's past. Open Thursdays and Sundays 1 - 3 pm.
Tehama County
769
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Hwy 89 Lassen Volcanic National Park
Mineral, CA 0
530-595-3555
Located at the base of Lassen Peak in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Gift shop, café and beverage service. Open daily late May-Early October.
Tehama County
5478
Lake Almanor
CA 96020
Nestled in the northeastern corner of the Golden State, you’ll discover Shasta Cascade’s Lake Almanor, one of the California’s best-kept secrets. Lake Almanor is one of the largest lakes in Northern California, with 52 miles of shoreline. The large man-made lake has something for everyone—including family-friendly activities and picture-perfect mountain views from nearly every vantage point. Lake Almanor is situated in the unique geological area where the granite of the Sierra Nevada’s meets with the…
Plumas County
598
917 Kelly Ridge Road
Oroville, CA 95966
530-538-2219
The visitor center complex atop Kelly Ridge overlooks the lake and dam. It features interpretive displays, an audio-visual room where films about the dam and surrounding area are shown throughout each day. The visitor center displays feature a history of the Dam construction and State Water Project as well as a historic view of the Native People that inhabit the Lake Oroville Area. A 47-foot viewing tower allows the visitor the opportunity to have a…
Butte County
156
115 N. Weatherlow St
Susanville, CA 96130
530-257-3292
The museum showcases artifacts and old time lumbering equipment, and is adjacent to Roop's Fort, the oldest structure in town providing the history of Susanville's last 150 years.
Lassen County
614
P. O. Box 301
Weed, CA 96094
The Living Memorial Sculpture Garden is an exceptional 136-acre art installation and war memorial along Highway 97 on the Goosenest Ranger District of the Klamath National Forest. Created in 1988 by a dedicated group of veterans, the site is now maintained under an agreement with the USDA Forest Service.The site includes the Hot LZ Memorial Wall, The Labyrinth, and ten sculptures by artist Dennis Smith.The Living Memorial Sculpture Garden is located on the west side…
Siskiyou County
627
4488 Pacific Heights Rd.
Oroville, CA 95965
530-534-9956
A restored 1942 Half Track, a Harley Davidson military motorcycle and an extensive poster collection are on display along with numerous other items. The Military Museum of Butte County invites you to share the experience of viewing memorabilia from the WWII era to the present. 
Butte County
2920
2023 Highway 99
Gridley, CA 95948
530-846-2537
Beautiful granite memorial surrounded by military, state and U.S. flags. The memorial commemorates the first to fall in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Warren McCutcheon of Gridley.
Butte County
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Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
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