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Championship Golf Courses, Historic Bridges, & Rugged Canyon Walls

Rugged canyons, glassy lakes, trout filled streams, vast pine forests, mountain golf resorts and star-filled skies are all part of what define Plumas County.  Lake Almanor provides an ideal settings for an old-fashioned summer family vacation.  Relax at an unhurried pace in the quaint Western American towns of Quincy, Greenville, Blairsden and Graeagle.

Visit the Warner Valley portion of Lassen Volcanic National Park, accessible from the town of Chester, including historic Drakesbad Guest Ranch, the only overnight accommodations within the Park.

For more information contact Eastern Plumas Chamber, Quincy Chamber or Lake Almanor Area Chamber

Lake Almanor

One of the best-kept secrets of Plumas County is the clear blue waters of Lake Almanor and its stunning views of Mt. Lassen. Lake Almanor itself is a destination for many outdoor recreational opportunities and is one of the prettiest lakes in the Northern California region.

National Barn Quilt Trail

Plumas County is one of only two counties in California participating in the National Barn Quilt Trail. Barn quilts are painted wood or metal, hung or freestanding on the outsides of barns, fences, garages, and businesses. The barn quilt tradition is celebrated every September with a countywide driving tour.

Historic Greenville


Greenville's Historic Main Street exemplifies the charm of Western American towns.  Former saloons and bordellos are being refurbished into modern day stores of finery and fashion.

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Cemetery Rd. at Main St.
Taylorsville, CA 95983
530-284-1046
Four large rooms house mining, logging, ranching and Native American historical exhibits, a large display of rocks, minerals and mineral carvings. Open Sat. and Sun. 1-4 pm.
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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
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39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
The trail follows mid slope on northern aspects offering plenty of snow and spectacular views of the Feather River Canyon.Letter Box Loop begins and ends off the Bucks Summit/Four Trees Trail.  The east end of the trail is located 3.9 miles west of  Bucks Lake.  The trail follows mid slope on northern aspects offering plenty of snow and spectacular views of the area.
Plumas County
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39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
There are open areas and ridge access along the trail and a scenic view of some rocky bluffs along this route.This trail branches off the Gravel Loop in a westerly direction, and ends at the Bucks Summit/Four Trees Trail.  There are open areas and ridge access along the trail and a scenic view of some rocky bluffs.
Plumas County
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39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
This trail offers an area of dispersed riding with open areas, hill climbs, and great views of the Sacramento Valley and Lassen Peak. This trail branches off the Grizzly Loop Trail at the Bucks Lake dam.  It is the access trail to the Bald Eagle area.  Only the first part of the trail is groomed to the Mill Creek campground.  Bald Eagle offers an area of dispersed riding.
Plumas County
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Plumas National Forest
Quincy, CA 95971
530-283-2050
More than 300 miles of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail passes through the Shasta Cascade Region. More than 300 miles of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail passes through the Shasta Cascade Region. Entering California in Siskiyou County near Mt. Ashland, it traverses the Klamath National Forest, Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Castle Crags State
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550 Crescent St.
Quincy, CA 95971
5303651180
Plumas County foliage explodes with color in the autumn season.There are two approaches for the best viewing: 1) drive to Truckee on I-80, then north on CA-89/CA-70 to Quincy. There will be spots of color along the road. Greenhorn Creek parallels the road. As you approach East Quincy, the La Porte Road is often cited as a location where good color is found. Follow the La Porte Road south to Nelson Creek where good color…
Plumas County
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500 Jackson St.
Quincy, CA 95971
530-283-6320
The museum depicts different periods in the county's history and includes historical artifacts, mining and logging displays, a collection of baskets woven by Maidu Indians, and a comprehensive collection of photographs, documents, records and literature.
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159 Lawrence Street
Quincy, CA 95971
530-283-2050
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…
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310 Johnsville Road
Blairsden, CA 96130
530-836-2380
Features two lakes, maintained trails, a museum, and historic gold stamp mill. Camping along the Jaimeson Creek, fishing, nature study, and hiking. Blacksmith demonstrations, mining lore, and samples of homemade ice cream.
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