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Butte County - Fire InformationChristmas Tree Cutting Permit InformationIn UpState California lies one of the best kept secrets - the Shasta Cascade region!  From glistening lakes and world-class rivers to scenic drives and back-country roads, the Shasta Cascade provides something for everyone to discover and enjoy. Covering 20% of California,...
There is always a story in the Shasta Cascade!
Thank you for your interest in the Shasta Cascade Region. The goal of the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (SCWA) is to assist, given ample advance notice, journalists with travel related stories about the Shasta Cascade Region by suggesting itineraries to visit attractions, cultural venues and other points of interest to...
Visit the National and State Parks!
The Shasta Cascade Region offers great outdoor adventure activities year-round. Spring brings a colorful show of wildflowers throughout the region as well as some of the best river rafting on one of Northern California's wild and scenic rivers. Summer brings out the best of hiking, biking, backpacking, camping, houseboating, swimming,...
Who We are
The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association, a non-profit destination marketing organization, has been dedicated to promoting economic development through recreation and tourism for over 86 years in the region's eight counties: Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity. The Association also operates a California Welcome Center in Anderson, located...
Wild West History, Lakes, Mountains & Outstanding Wildlife Viewing
Modoc Country, in the far northeast corner of California, combines a fabulous four-season climate with abundant natural resources and a colorful “Wild-West” history. With less than 10,000 residents, its quiet atmosphere offers a peaceful setting for a family vacation or a private retreat.Recreation opportunities abound especially in the warm, dry summers, which encourage...
Join us at the Shasta Cascade!
Membership Year is July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019Standard Membership - $250Display of one 4"x9" brochure in the California Welcome Center in AndersonBusiness listing on Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (SCWA) website including photo, link, and posting access25 word business listing in Shasta Cascade Visitor GuideConsumer Show representationReferralsShasta Cascade FacebookSustaining...
Contact the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
 For free brochures and visitor information go to the California Welcome Center located at 1699 Hwy 273 in Anderson, CA at the end of the Shasta Gateway Center. Tourism Specialist: 530-365-7500Gabriel LeeteJulia HairCasey ScottShasta-Cascade Wonderland Association TeamLisa May: Director of Tourism Development(P) 530-917-4140 Lisa@ShastaCascade.orgChris Han: Office Administrator(p) 530-365-7500 Admin@ShastaCascade.orgLaurie Baker: General...
Shopping in the Shasta Cascade
Whether shopping for uniques gifts, clothing or perhaps real estate, this is the place to be! Unique shops and galleries offering local ceramics, custom furniture, hand-woven clothes, one-of-a-kind jewelry and delicious local foods and beverages dot the Shasta Cascade Region. For the antique lover, one can sift through antique stores,...
Fun Facts about the Shasta Cascade!
FAQWhat is the Shasta Cascade Region? The Shasta Cascade Region is comprised of 8 counties in far northeastern California. Fun FactsButte CountyCalifornia’s first suspension bridge, constructed in 1856, is at the south end of Lake Oroville in Bidwell Canyon Recreation Area.Bidwell Park in Chico (3,618 acres/1,464 hec) is the third-largest municipal...
History of the Organization
The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (SCWA), publisher of the "Official Shasta Cascade Regional Visitor's Guide", is an organization dedicated to progress and prosperity for the magnificent Shasta Cascade Region. The region covers the eight counties in the northeast corner of California and totals about 30,000 square miles.For over eighty years,...
Shasta Lake, Trinity Lake or Lake Oroville
If you've ever been houseboating, then you will agree that it is a vacation of a lifetime! If you've never been houseboating, what are you waiting for? You don't have to be an experienced boater to navigate a houseboat; you will receive a detailed orientation before you set sail.Houseboating, a...
Welcome to the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
As the role of a regional marketing organization has changed over the years in California, the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (SCWA) has continued to embrace the need to change as other in-region destination marketing organizations have matured and have taken on some of the responsibilities originally the responsibility of the...
Meet the Board
The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association is a non-profit organization that is guided by a 13-member board of directors. These representatives of the tourism and hospitality industry donate their time and energy to help us build a bigger and better tourism economy in the Shasta Cascade Region.Board President: Ed RullmanBest Western...
Shasta Cascade Membership Benefits
The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association, a not-for-profit organization, was founded by a group of local business leaders in 1927. With a mission of promoting economic development through recreation and tourism in the eight-county region known as the Shasta Cascade (Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity), the Association...
Rich Agricultural Lands, Historic Wonders, & Outstanding Outdoor Recreation
Oroville has all the vistas of a mountain town without the pesky altitude. Nestled among the Sutter Buttes, Oroville was an early gold mining camp and home to hundreds of ambitious miners along the Feather River. In 1968 Lake Oroville was created, and almost overnight the town in the Buttes...
A Place to Rest Your Head
The Shasta Cascade Region offers numerous lodging choices - quaint B&B's, country cottages, lakeside or riverfront cabins, historic lodges, major brand hotels, mountain retreats, a "caboose" motel, RV Parks and campgrounds, and even a fire lookout. All this and more by searching by category and clicking on "book it" to...
Championship Golf Courses, Historic Bridges, & Rugged Canyon Walls
Rugged canyons, glassy lakes, trout filled streams, picturesque meadows, pine forests, mountain golf resorts and star-filled skies are all part of what define Plumas County. Located where the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges meet, the area boasts dozens of lakes, thousands of miles of rivers and streams, and over...
Western/Ranching Heritage, Extreme Sports, Arts & Antiques
At the northern end of the great Sacramento Valley and just 90 minutes north of Sacramento lies a land of beautiful contrasts, Tehama County. The strong western heritage will capture your heart and awaken your spirit. Some of the best western events in California occur in Red Bluff, including the...
Famous Sundial Bridge, Picturesque Lakes, & a Recreational Paradise
Redding proves irresistible to vacationers and transplants alike. Redding is California’s largest California city north of Sacramento and is a recreational hub with essentials such as parks, shopping, theaters, golf, dining, and city trails. Redding boasts everything from world-class fishing on the renowned Sacramento River to the artistic and educational...
Where Should We Go?
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Request a Press Trip
The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (SCWA) is an organization dedicated to progress and prosperity for this magnificent Region and hopefully with assistance from publications such as yours, more people will find out about our area. To most effectively meet your editorial, photographic and/or broadcast needs, we ask your...
Hit the Open Road
Gather up some family or friends, get in the car and out of the city, and you too can discover what Americans have been experiencing for almost 100 years -  the magic of building relationships and making memories with a scenic driving vacation.
Northern California Shasta Cascade Region National Park Itinerary – Redwoods, Caves & VolcanoesThe Shasta Cascade in conjunction with California's North Coast and the State of Oregon has developed a ten-day itinerary leaving out of San Francisco and highlighting several of the west's most popular National Parks, four more of the...
Eagle Lake Trout, Logging Heritage & Forested Plateaus
Lassen Country, largely undiscovered outside of its loyal band of followers, is a jewel of Northern California and an outdoor recreation paradise. The mountainous west encourages camping, hiking, and fishing and often hosts ardent fans of snowmobiling, snow shoeing and cross-country skiing. The Bizz Johnson Rail Trail, managed by the Bureau of Land Management...
So many things to see in Northern California!
The Shasta Cascade Region is your gateway to outdoor adventure. With towering mountains, pristine lakes and rivers, cascading waterfalls, seven National Forests, eight National and State Parks, and thousands of acres of wilderness, the recreational opportunities are endless. Travel along one of the region's Scenic Byways to experience the area's...
Alpine Lakes, Wild & Scenic River & Natural Wonders
Now known for its gracious hospitality, golden history, and many outdoor splendors, as with many portions of Northern California, the lure of gold is what brought settlement to the area. Even before the gold rush of 1849, pirate Bill English and his rogue crew discovered gold on Trinity River near Big Bar...
Welcome to the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association (SCWA), a non-profit company, has been successfully promoting outdoor recreation and tourism in the Shasta Cascade Region for over 85 years. Our goal is to get the word out about your business, not just in this area, but around the world. Our association's efforts are...
What are our members are saying?
"The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association provides members with the best possible opportunity to participate at promoting their business internationally as well as within our region. Being included in the SCWA Visitor's Guide alone provided a big savings over trying to promote my business through other media in such volume. The...
Gold Rush History, Scenic Rivers & Ranching History
Yreka and Klamath River Corridor is truly defined by its combination of the California Gold Rush history and the natural wonder of the Klamath River. This river, and its tributary rivers and streams provide some of the most exciting rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing in Northern California. The town of...
A World of Outdoor Adventure at Your Finger Tips
The Shasta Cascade region offers a 4 season wonderland just waiting for you to enjoy.  Springtime hosts a vast array of wildflowers and overflowing waterfalls to photograph, summer's heat can be relieved in one of the many local lakes or avoided altogether with a short drive to a volcanic hike....
Winter Sports
The Shasta Cascade Region offers year round recreation and the mountain country in the higher elevations experience a marvelous Winter Wonderland. The activities are endless for all ages; suit up, grab your hot cocoa and head for the hills, the Snow is waiting for you. Families come out every year to...
Resources for your Northern California Adventure
Every year the Shasta Cascade Region welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors.  The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association is here to help you plan your visit.  We have assembled itineraries including some of our favorite destinations for you as well as a few of our most popular visitor information brochures.  Please...
Hospitals and Urgent Care
The Shasta Cascade region may be in far Northern California, but quality health care is close by while you are on vacation.  Our quality health care available includes many doctors, dentists, chiropractors, and several hospitals including St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, ranked in the top 100 hospitals by Thompson Reuters six...
Maps and Transportation
Our region is a drive market, but we still feature a variety of transportation options. Daily flights arrive in Redding (RDD) and Chico (CIC) from San Francisco (SFO).  Car Rentals are available in or near the airport.  If you prefer to fly into Sacramento (SMF), there are shuttle services from...
Wedding and Party Planning
Considering a destination wedding?  Whether you are looking for a dramatic backdrop such as Mt. Shasta, or desire to be surrounded by flowers and lush landscaping, the rush of running water from the Sacremento River, or a ranch wedding, from rustic to elegant, the Shasta Cascade region offers an abundance...
Als Einheimische nehmen mein Mann und ich die Schnheit der umliegenden Berge oft als selbstverstndlich hin.
Bei unserem jüngsten Ausflug durch unsere kalifornische Heimat waren wir geradezu überwältigt von den wunderschönen Landschaften, den vielseitigen Freizeitangeboten und dem geschichtsträchtigen Erbe der Region Shasta Cascade.Dynamisches ReddingUnsere Reise durch das nördliche Kalifornien begann mit einer Panoramafahrt ins charmante, nördlich von Sacramento gelegene Redding. Mit jedem gefahrenen Kilometer wurde die...
Need Itinerary Ideas? We've Got Some Great Ideas
Information about lodging & traveler services is available from the visitors’ bureaus and  chambers of commerce along the route. 
When considering the Shasta Cascade Region for golf, make sure you schedule time to play in beautiful Northern California. Year-round golf abounds throughout the area. In the winter, opt for Sacramento Valley courses found from Red Bluff to Redding. In the spring through fall, choose from a variety of mountain courses. Besides its stunningly located...
Fishing and Hunting
Northern California fishing offers a wide variety of opportunities on rivers, streams and lakes. Some of the best fishing in California is located in the Shasta Cascade Region and whether it’s fly fishing for trout, seeking out the best cove for bass, or spin fishing on a mountain river, virtually anyone can enjoy casting a...
Hiking and Biking Trails
Northern California is well known for its backcountry opportunities. Just check any map of the Northstate and virtually anywhere you look is going to be public lands or close to public land. The eight National Forests and numerous wilderness areas in the Shasta Cascade Region all offer opportunities to “get away from it...
Camp Fire Information
The Camp Fire in Butte County is 100% contained.  Shasta-Cascade Wonderland Association, the official tourism marketing organization for the Shasta Cascade region of UpState CA, greatly appreciates the outstanding support received from the emergency service response teams which have done an outstanding job.  Our thoughts and prayers are with those...
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;...
Culture and Heritage
Northern California's Shasta Cascade Region has been the setting for countless vacation memories over the generations. From that unforgettable family houseboat trip on Shasta Lake, to the wonderful camping trip to Lassen Volcanic National Park right before going off to college, this treasured part of California has been the backdrop...
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Fishing Report
Shasta Cascade Fishing ReportBi-Weekly Updates Week of: 12/10/18If you would like to contribute to our report, please contact us at fishing report is updated as new information becomes available)Please check 2017-18 freshwater sport fishing regulations and recent Trout Plants:2017 - 2018 Fishing Regulations and info: Current Planting: for a fishing or...
Welcome - - Bienvenue - Herzlich willkommen - Bienvenido
The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association is here to help you plan your visit to our region.  Every year we welcome thousands of visitors from all over the world and we would love to help you plan your stay.  The following are a sampling of translated itineraries we have assembled of...
Alternative Camping
Alternative Camping – People are camping in ever more unusual ways.  They camp in Yurts (modern adaptations of nomadic tents) at Shasta Lake, in park models (environmental cabins rolled into the woods) at Manzanita Lake in Lassen Volcanic National Park), in railroad cars at Dunsmuir and in fire lookouts in...
America's Alps
The Trinity Alps, 20 miles/32 km north of Weaverville in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, are America’s Alps.  Alpine peaks surround blue Trinity Lake, reminiscent of Switzerland’s Lake Geneva.  Created in 1961 by the damming of the Trinity River, Trinity Lake is a popular destination for boating, fishing for smallmouth bass, Kokanee...
A Road Less Traveled
 A Road Less Traveled – There’s a shortcut between the Shasta Cascade and Reno for motorists traveling south on I-5 or north on US 395 that avoids the long drive to Sacramento and over Donner Pass.  By taking CA-36 or CA-44 from Redding to Reno, motorists pass through Lassen Volcanic...
Back on The Farm
Back on the Farm - Down the road in Orland is the Farm Sanctuary, a haven for farm animals where travelers can stay overnight and participate in caring for the rescued animals. Orland is also home to the Pedrozo Dairy and Cheese Co., producers of fine handmade cheeses. Local farmers...
2018 BOARD MEETING SCHEDULESCWA Board Meeting March 2018 MinutesSCWA Board Meeting Minutes July 2018SCWA Board Meeting Oct 2018 MinutesSCWA Board Mtg Agenda 12-11-18
Christmas Tree Cutting Permits
For many local families, the search for and selection of your own Christmas tree in the forest is a wonderful experience and tradition. The California Welcome Center is not selling 2018 Christmas Tree Cutting Permits this year.  However, you may purchase your tree cutting permit from the US Forest Service at one the...
Wine & Dine
For the perfect dining experience to suit nearly any taste, you'll find everything from family style restaurants, a famous steak house, award winning restaurants, great seafood, and to a variety of chain restaurants.
Not sure where to start planning your next great Shasta Cascade vacation? No problem - we've got you covered! Below you'll find visitor guides, itineraries, and all the resources you'll need to be ready for your next great vacation!
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Un entorno inalterado para la recreacin al aire libre
Redding, en el centro de la región de Shasta Cascade, es la ciudad más grande al norte de la capital de California, Sacramento, y se encuentra a solo tres horas en automóvil al norte de San Francisco. La región abarca ocho condados que comprenden el 25 por ciento de la...
Habitant en Californie, mon mari et moi napprcions plus les montagnes environnantes et leur beaut naturelle leur juste valeur.
Nous avons récemment visité la région de Shasta Cascade en Californie et avons été à nouveau subjugués par la beauté des paysages, les activités en plein air et la richesse de l’histoire.La ville animée de ReddingNous avons commencé notre voyage en Californie du Nord en empruntant une route pittoresque au...
California Welcome Center
Located at the south end of the Shasta Gateway Center, the Welcome Center is operated by the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association. Come in for free maps and brochures, browse great historic and informational exhibits, including our geocaching display, view wild trout in our waterfall pond, take your photo with Joe...
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A Cascade Sunday Drive
4 Days / 3 NightsEver wanted to travel to an area where nearly every road is a scenic byway and those that aren’t could be?  Far northern California in the Shasta Cascade area is a scenic road junkie’s dream. The Yuba Donner Scenic Byway, route of the ill-fated Donner party...
The Wild West in Northern California
6 Days / 5 NightsThere’s gold in them thar’ hills — and the 49ers, would be prospectors and other boisterous types descended on Northern California for instant riches.  Two decades earlier hardy pioneers and ranchers arriving in wagon trains, carved new lives out of the rugged landscape.  Gold forever changed...
A Natural Adventure in the Ring of Fire
8 Days / 7 NightsGrab a group of friends, plan a completely unique outdoor adventure, and get on the road to the Shasta Cascade region.  When you reach the region, we’ll take it from there!  You don’t have to worry about where to go, how to get there or how...
The Wild West in Northern California - 9 Day
9 Days / 8 NightsThere’s gold in them thar’ hills — and the 49ers, would be prospectors and other boisterous types, descended on northern California for instant riches.  Two decades earlier, hardy pioneers and ranchers arriving in wagon trains and carved new lives out of the rugged landscape.  Gold forever...
A Cascade Sunday Drive - 10 day
10 Days / 9 NightsEver wanted to travel to an area where nearly every road is a scenic byway and those that aren’t could be?  Far northern California in the Shasta Cascade area is a scenic road junkie’s dream.  The Yuba Donner Scenic Byway, route of the ill-fated Donner party...
The Best of Shasta Cascade - 14 Day
14 Days / 13 NightsWhen you think Northern California — images of wine country, lush flowing fields and gently rolling landscapes likely emerge.  Think again!  Think rugged glacier covered mountain peaks looming majestically overhead, thundering waterfalls, caverns, crags, and lava flows.  Think volcanoes sculpted by violent explosions over millions of...
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UpState CA Fall Color
The east coast of the USA gets a lot of credit for beautiful fall colors, but who has the time to change, well… times? West coasters deserve autumn splendor, too, and you don’t have to fly across the country and change your zone and sleep habits just to enjoy some....
2019 Shasta Cascade Tourism Summit Signup
April 3rd – 3pm to 7pm – Moseley Family CellarsFee Refundable up to March 1, 2019.
Bridgehouse Bed & Breakfast
Historic bed & breakfast with modern amenities. Located downtown with river view. Four rooms, private baths, wireless internet, flat screen TV's.
McCloud River Mercantile Hotel
Spacious, beautifully appointed accommodationsthat reflect McClouds history from the 1890sto the 1940s. We offer a unique place thatincludes dining, hotel, and shopping in a nationallyregistered historic Mercantile. Suites, mountainview and whirlpool tubs are also an option.Breakfast included. Gorgeous Retreat, Banquetand Wedding facilities available.
Redding CVB
Visit Redding in the heart of magnificent Shasta-Cascade region to experience awesome granite spires, breathtaking waterfalls, and the largest sundial in the world - the Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay. Visit Redding in the heart of magnificent Shasta-Cascade region to experience awesome granite spires, breathtaking waterfalls, exciting gold rush...
Comfort Inn - Redding
Recently renovated with all new updates! Spacious guest rooms, hot breakfast included, free hi-speed wi-fi, seasonal outdoor pool and spa, fitness center, guest laundry, and an elevator.
Mountain Gate RV Park
Our park boasts the most pristine, friendly, full service RV Park in the area. Full modern amenities in a relaxed, safe and clean park. Check us out and give us a call!
Cave Springs Resort & Vacation Rentals
Beautiful resort on Sacramento River. 24 cabins, 10 Alpine rooms, 4 RV spaces, 16 Vacation Rentals. Pool, jacuzzi, playground, tennis & more. Open all year.
Cockrell's High Desert Lodging
Have a pure Country Stay with a beautiful, fully furnished 3 bedroom,2 bath home. Two lodges serving your lodging needs. Very affordableby the night, weekend or week. Complimentary wine & coffee. Callfor a full color brochure, information & rates. Vacationers, Riding,Fishing & Hunting. Groups all welcome!
Drakesbad Guest Ranch
Historic guest ranch nestled within the boundaries of Lassen Volcanic National Park. Enjoy communing with nature in the fresh mountain air. Bungalows, cabins and lodge in scenic alpine meadow. Spend the days horseback riding, hiking, soaking in the hot springs fed swimming pool, or just relaxing. Massage, archery and children's...
Manzanita Lake Cabins
Situated near the northwest entrance to the park, the rustic Camping Cabins provide convenience, economy, and security. These 20 cabins are the first new accommodations in Lassen Volcanic National Park since 1972, and are available in three models: 2 Room, 1 Room, and Bunkhouse.
Plumas County Tourism, Recreation & Hospitality Council
Free vacation planner, helpful website, friendly travel advice to uncrowded, affordable Northern Sierra/Feather River region. Four-season outdoor recreation, nature, cabins, lakes, forest trails, scenic byways, small towns.
Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce
Discover Paradise. Shop dozens of antique shops, galleries & gift stores for that perfect treasure. Explore the Gold Nugget Museum. Enjoy outdoor recreation activities among breathtaking vistas and tall pines.
Best Western Anderson Inn
Newly renovated Best Western Anderson Inn offers an affordable accommodation, free hot breakfast, free WI-FI, business center, outdoor swimming pool, and is pet friendly.
Lake Almanor Area Chamber
Call us today or visit our website for information about things to see and do in Chester/Lake Almanor.  
Motel 6 Redding South
Pool, guest laundry, WIFI, airport and restaurants nearby. Convention center, fishing and sailing all within 10 miles. 
Clover Creek Preserve
Clover Creek Preserve is tucked in behind a neighborhood in east Redding, and offers paved, flat trails great for walking or cycling. Enjoy the 2 mile loop with your dog, your favorite people, or just the beautiful view of Redding's rolling hills, oaks, and expansive sky. Distance: 2.0 milesDifficulty: Easy
Hampton Inn & Suites -Red Bluff
Enjoy Hampton Inn & Suites clean, comfortable surroundings. Offering complimentary hot breakfast, free high speed wireless internet service, outdoor pool, RV hook-ups, and so much more! Enjoy Hampton Inn & Suites clean, comfortable surroundings. Offering complimentary hot breakfast, free high speed wireless internet service, outdoor pool, RV hook-ups, and so...
Himont Motel / Intermountain Lodging
The Himont Motel rests atop a plateau that looks out over the Fall River Valley, located next to the Fall River Mills Golf Course. Pleasantly appointed and affordable rooms with modern conveniences. We pride ourselves on offering three star service: clean, comfortable and reliable accommodations.
FB Trail (Francis Berg Trail)
Enjoy beautiful views of Keswick Reservoir on this winding trail which takes you past a seasonal waterfall (access by side trails), a variety of historic roads, and mining features, including a very early mining site near the water access trail.Distance: 10.5 milesDifficulty: Easy with a few moderate climbs
McCloud Hotel B&B
Luxury lodging and fine dining at the foot of Mt. Shasta. This landmark hotel has been meticulously restored to combine historic ambience with modern conveniences. High-speed Internet, restaurant. Gourmet breakfasts included.16 rooms and suites with mission style furnishings and private baths. Upgraded amenities, 2-person Jacuzzi tubs. Pet friendly.
Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce
Trains, waterfalls, hiking, swimming, world-class Sacramento River fly fishing, famous restaurants, unique gift shops, charming motels, skiing, and botanical gardens. Check our website for events.
Chateau Shasta MH/RV Park
Chateau Shasta offers a grassy park-like setting for your mobile home or RV. The rural, natural setting will appeal to all! Close to golf, swimming, fishing and skiing.
Fawndale Oaks RV Park
Shaded, grassy, full hook-ups with cable and Wi-Fi. Tenters, fishermen and clubs welcome. Rentals also available. Store, pool, laundry, propane, playground, gameroom/clubroom. 
Hat Creek Hereford Ranch RV Park & Campground
Camp on private, pristine Hat Creek Ranch, quiet off highway and nestled in trees with a park like setting. Large full hook-ups, grass tent sites, modern restrooms,showers & laundry room, well-stocked store. Fish famous Hat Creek or our private stocked lake with beautiful trout. Family friendly with swim beach, playground,...
Whitney Butte Trail
From the Merrill Cave parking area to the western boundary of Lava Beds National Monument, this trail crosses the wilderness in an east-west direction, curving around Whitney Butte. Enjoy an impressive view of Mount Shasta and the Callahan Lava Flow.Distance: 3.3 miles (one way)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Buckhorn Recreation Area
Two campgrounds available: Buckhorn- 65 campsites, group campsite, open year-round. Showers, playground, nature trail, shoreline access. Orland Buttes- 35 campsites, group campsite, open April 1-mid September. Showers, nature trail, lake views, and 18-hole golf course. Reservations through NRRS at 1-877-444-6777 or Located southwest of Corning, the lake is seven...
Best Western Paradise Hotel
Best Western Paradise Hotel offers 62 spacious rooms with amenities. Enjoy the breathtaking scenic view and landscape of Paradise.
Mt. Shasta KOA & RV Park
Picturesque campground against majestic Mt. Shasta. Complete R.V. pull through sites with full hook ups, tent sites and cabins available. Swimming pool, horseshoe pits and lounge. All located minutes from quaint Mt. Shasta City. Come camp in the pines!
Shasta Recreation Co.
Family and group use campgrounds. Thirteen lakeside locations around Shasta Lake. Group use sites by reservation only. Group camps include large BBQ’s, sinks, bear lockers and large fire pits. Boat launch available. Open all year. Yurts now available! Group use sites by reservation only at
Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce
Complete visitor information for Eastern Plumas County. Business directory for Eastern Plumas. Assists business in promoting area, events, networking and increasing revenues.
USDA Forest Service Campgrounds
For campground reservations call 877-444-NRRS or visit our website -
Plumas Pines Resort
A seasonal lakefront resort on beautiful Lake Almanor. A perfect place for summertime fun. Amenities include; cabins, marina, restaurant and bar, RV park & boat rentals. 
Phil's Propeller
Marine propeller repairs and sales. Shasta Lake headquarters for fishing tackle. Live bait available. Call us for the latest fishing information.
Shasta Gateway Center
Enjoy Shasta Gateway Center (formerly Shasta Outlets), home of Valley 11 Cinemas. Still offering your favorite outlet brands, including Pendleton, Eddie Bauer, Dress Barn, Legg's and Kitchen Collection. Other favorites include Boot Barn, Famous Footwear and Vans Shoes. Our newest additions are Dollar Tree & Grocery Outlet. Plenty of RV...
Blue Gravel Mine Trail
This trail travels through a canyon near a seasonal creek, and the old Blue Gravel Mine, once a gold mine in the area operated by the City. Relics from this era are still visible from the trail. Much of the trail offers trees and shade. Distance: 1.75 Miles (Placer St. to...
Holiday Inn Express - Yreka
Our spacious meeting/banquet hall can accommodate up to 98 people. Projector, screen, audio/visual equipment, Wi-Fi & Catering services are available.
One of Redding's finest RV parks. River sites available. Fish from the banks of the Sacramento River. Newly upgraded WiFi.
Baymont Inn & Suites - Anderson
Located across from Shasta Outlet mall, close to restaurants, shopping and Wal-Mart. Enjoy complementary hot breakfast featuring sausage, french toast, fruit, juice, waffles, yogurt, cereal and much more. Enjoy a magnificent indoor Pool and Spa, comfortable rooms, Exercise Room, Jacuzzi Suites, free Wi-Fi in an indoor corridor hotel. Pets Welcome.
Lodging at Rolling Hills Casino - The Lodge at Rolling Hills & The Inn at Rolling Hills
Choose between two hotels at Rolling Hills Casino! Both hotels offer clean, safe and comfortable accommodations, complete with a complimentary breakfast buffet and all the fun that Rolling Hills offers. It\'s Better to Play!
Hilton Garden Inn
Close to airport, golfing, fishing, boating, tennis, lakes, rivers, mountains, museums, walking trails, and the Win River Casino. FREE high speed internet access. Call for additional information.
Echo Lake Trail
The trail to Echo Lake offers a relatively easy day hike from the trailhead or Summit Lake campgrounds. It is also one stop on the longer popular Cluster Lakes loop. From the Ranger Station trailhead, the trail connects to the Summit Lake trail after 0.4 miles. The trail to Echo...
Motel 6 Chico
Pool, restaurant, data ports, pet friendly. Chico State University nearby. Three miles to airport. Near Bidwell Mansion. 
Cold Boiling Lake
Easy trail passes through forest and meadows to this bubbling lake in an alpine basin. Tiny gas bubbles escape Lassen's hydrothermal system below making it appear to be boiling. Trailhead starts at Kings Creek Picnic Area.Distance: 1.4 milesDifficulty: Easy
Devastated Area Interpretive Trail
Accessible path with signs about the effect of the 1951 Lassen Peak eruption. Excellent for families or those unable to take longer trails. Trailhead at Devastated parking area. Wheelchair accessible.Distance: 0.5 milesDifficulty: Easy
Devils Kitchen Trail
Experience Lassen's second largest hydrothermal via a lovely hike through Warner Valley meadows and forest. Along with a number of other hikes, the trail begins at the Warner Valley trailhead. The first 0.4 mile passes through a meadow over small footbridges and boardwalks before crossing Hot Springs Creek. At the...
Motel Trinity
Heated pool, kitchen units available, in room coffee, refrigerators & microwaves. Free ice. In room Jacuzzis available. BBQ pits in picnic area, coin laundry facility.
Bumpass Hell Trail
Rocky trail with grand vistas decends to a boardwalk through Lassen's largest hydrothermal area. Trailhead at Bumpass Hell Parking area.Distance: 3.0 milesDifficulty: Moderate
Chaos Crags
Climbs gently throughforest before opening to the thinly forested edge of Chaos Jumbles. The trail continues down a steep path to the lake wich is often dry in the summer. Trailhead 0.1 miles after turnouff to Manzanita Lake Campground.Distance: 4.0 milesDifficulty: Moderately Strenuous
Churn Creek Trails
The Churn Creek trails take walkers through a classic blue oak woodland, with manzanita and gray pine. Sections of the trail meander by Churn Creek where the terrain is riparian with willows, valley oak, western redbud, and cottonwoods.Distance: 4.5 Mile LoopDifficulty: Flat and Rolling
Clover Creek Trail
The paved bike trails on either side of Clover Creek are part of a larger loop around a retention pond at the southern end of the greenway preserve. In addition to the paved bicycle loop there are gravel jogging and hiking trails throughout the preserve. Wheelchair AccessibleDistance: 2 Mile LoopDifficulty: Easy
Buenaventura Trail
This is a great, short, intermediate ride that could be turned into a longer ride by connecting on to the River Trail. Dogs ok on leash. Trail goes downhill toward the River Trail.Distance: 1.23 Miles (From Sacramento River Trail)Difficulty: Intermediate
BLM - Eagle Lake Field Office
• The 30-mile Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail follows the route of the historic Fernley and Lassen Railroad, leading hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians on a gentle, meandering course along the tranquil, forested banks of the Susan River. • Eagle Lake, the second-largest natural lake in California, is known for its trophy-sized trout, and offers excellent developed...
Mt. Shasta Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
Mount Shasta- “Where Heaven and Earth Meet”. The city of Mount Shasta, elevation 3500 feet, sits at the base of the mountain. Whether it’s shopping, a world-class golf course, a lake-side picnic, summer or winter sports, Mount Shasta is a 4 season destination!
Hideaway Motel
Clean, quiet, comfy - open year round. Short drive to Almanor boat launch and Bailey Creek Golf Course. Just 25 minutes to Quincy.
Best Western - Antelope Inn
AAA, 65 newly remodeled rooms, outdoor pool with deck awning. Satellite TV. Adjacent to restaurant and gas station. RV/Boat parking. Full hot breakfast. Pets welcome. Wi-Fi and Hi-Fi.
Gaia Hotel & Spa
Laid back elegance located on the Sacramento River. 120 rooms & suites, eco-friendly, great views, fine restaurant & bar, luxurious Spa.
Mt. Lassen/ Shingletown KOA
This peaceful campground is your perfect base camp for exploring the surrounding areas. Or stay at camp and swim, swing or relax among the pines.
Olive Pit
TASTING: Olives, Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Nuts, Dried Fruit, Wine, Craft Beer and much more. Great gift items including baskets and boxes. Cafe features burgers, deli sandwiches, spectacular milkshakes, ice cream, and espresso. Plenty of RV parking. Free WiFi. See our website for free shipping specials. 
Deer Creek Falls
This short and powerful waterfall ascends 18 feet to a punchbowl water hole at it's base. Visible throughout the year, this waterfall is bypassed by a fish ladder which diverts from the waterfall and is noticeably reduced in late summer. Deer Creek Falls provides a great opportunity for swimming and...
Faery Falls
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 /...
Lion Wash Falls
Lion Wash Falls is 14 feet of water falling in all directions, creating a very interesting look. The wide and shallow river drops off a cliff with a few different levels before coming to a large pool at the base. The waterfall is not visible from the easily accessible trail...
Little Hawaii Falls
Little Hawaii Falls is named for it's lush vegetation, including vines, ferns, and moss everywhere! The trickling waterfall is not terribly impressive but altogether this is an interesting place to explore. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail. Driving Time: 1 hour 58 mins / 89.61 miles from ReddingDifficulty: Easy
Red Bluff/Tehama County Chamber
Serving our city and county for over 110 years! Promoting business, tourism, organizations and events. Visit us at or
Lema Ranch Trails
Those walking the McConnel Foundation Lema Ranch trails will notice a diversity of plants, from graceful weeping willows, to manzanita, oak, and pine trees, and native grasses. Many species of wildlife can be spotted, including ducks, red-winged blackbirds, egrets, and woodpeckers. Otters and muskrats occasionally show themselfs in the ponds....
Mary Lake Park
Mary Lake Park, on the west side of Redding, is 29 developed acres with tree-lined walking trails winding their way around a man-made lake. Enjoy this walk with your dog and bring your binoculars for wildlife viewing. Distance: 0.7 mile loopDifficulty: Easy
Three Sisters Trail
This trail follows a series of collapsed lava tube trenches as it meanders through a juniper and sagebrush wilderness area. You can easily turn this trail into a 10 mi (16 km) loop by connecting to the Missing Link and Bunchgrass trails. Trailhead can be accessed from the A-loop of...
BLM - Alturas Field Office
• Devil’s Garden Mountain Bike Area is made up of 3 miles of steep pavement and 2.3 miles of flat dirt roads appealing to beginners and advanced riders alike. • Woodland Jurassic Mountain Bike Area offers 8.6 miles of dirt road with gentle slopes and level ground, great vistas of the Warner Mountains, with a...
California Welcome Center
Located at the south end of Shasta Outlets, the Welcome Center is operated by the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association. Come in for free maps and brochures, browse great historic and informational exhibits, including our brand new geocaching display, view wild trout in our waterfall pond, take your photo with Joe...
BLM - Redding Field Office
  • The 25-mile Sacramento River Rail Trail provides joggers, hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders with a tranquil escape along the Sacramento River. • The area surrounding the Wild & Scenic Trinity River provides opportunities for camping, salmon and steelhead fishing, rafting, canoeing or kayaking. • Chappie-Shasta Off-Highway Vehicle Area provides 200 miles of roads and...
BLM - Surprise Field Office
• The Surprise Valley/Barrel Springs Back Country Byway takes the traveler across a desert lake, through canyons and valleys, and into desert  mountains. A unique free Byway Tour booklet is available to enhance the driving experience. • In the Nevada portion of the area, the few improved and many unimproved roads provide solitude and a back country...
Feather River Fish Hatchery
- Accommodates 9,000 adult salmon and 2,000 adult steelhead - Incubators contain up to 20 million eggs and 9.6 million fingerlings- Fall is best time for fish viewing
La Quinta Inn & Suites
Located on popular Hilltop Drive and walking distance to restaurants/shopping. Spacious rooms, Continental breakfast and heated pool year round.
Sac River Guide
Exceptional fishing getaways, expertise and integrity you can rely on. Offering year-round guided fishing trips, lodging available. Salmon, Trout. 
Ted Fay Fly Shop
Dunsmuir's oldest fly shop, serving fly fishermen for five decades. A minute from the upper Sacramento. Very close to I-5. Guide services available.
Lassen National Forest
The Lassen National Forest, at the heart of one of themost fascinating areas of California, called the Crossroads,covers a wild, mountainous area of volcanic origin. It is anarea of great variety offering a wide array of recreationalopportunities and adventures. Some of the mostoutstanding attractions include: Eagle Lake the second...
Tule Lake Unit, WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument
- Civilian Conservation Corp camp - WWII German and Italian Prisoner of War camp - Tule Lake Segregation Center (Where persons of Japanese Ancestry were held during WWII)
Lava Beds National Monument
Cinder and spatter cones and miles of undulating, hardened flows. Over 20 developed caves including Mushpot Cave which is the only cave in the park in which lights have been installed. Site of the only Indian War in which a general was killed in U.S. history. Visitor Center, museum and...
Golf the Shasta Cascade
There are many beautiful golf courses in the Shasta Cascade region. For a complete list, click below to order a copy of our Shasta Cascade Visitors Guide or call the Welcome Center at 530-365-7500 or 1-800-474-2782.
Sunrise RV Park & Campground
Enjoy the sunrise at our AAA approved motel, 3 bedroom Victorian Guesthouse. RV Park has pull throughs with lawn, trees & full hookups.
Sunrise Motel & Guesthouse
Rooms have coffee, refrigerators, TV, WiFi and air conditioning. Onsite barbeque, laundry & kitchen facility. Older Victorian house is 2-story, 3 bedroom. AAA approved.
Tsasdi Resort
Known as the "best resort” on Shasta Lake, on 20 forested acres, 20 cabins, incredible 230 foot dock, pool, video arcade, satellite TV and more… Enjoy this family resort all year. Off season, take pleasure in a gas fireplace and embrace the beauty and serenity of this very special location.
Holiday Harbor RV Park
27 spaces with full hook-ups/50 amp service in our shaded RV Park, closer to the waters of Shasta Lake than any other park. Restrooms with showers and laundry facilities. Convenient private moorage slips. Our hiking trail accesses our store and restaurant for breakfast or an afternoon of ice cream on...
Mercy Medical Center - Redding
Offering comprehensive health care services in the North State for over 70 years, providing acute care and a full-range of medical services.Mercy Medical Center Redding is a 267-bed hospital sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of Auburn, along with St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff and Mercy Medical Center...
Bridge Bay at Shasta Lake Lodge
Located on beautiful Shasta Lake and tucked away in the evergreens is our lodge, open year-round. Accommodations including kitchen units, and kitchen suites, as well as deluxe rooms with king beds or two double beds. Outdoor wedding venue with beautiful views.
Railroad Park Resort
Sleep in a Caboose, Eat on a Train, stay in our RV Park or campground at the base of Castle Crags. Dining Cars and Full Bar are open 7 days a week for Breakfast and Dinner. Summertime patio seating has spectacular views of Castle Crags. Our RV & Tent Camping...
Lake Oroville
With 15,500 surface acres and 167 miles of shoreline, Lake Oroville is the second largest reservoir in the state and arguably one of the best fishing spots in California. Lake Oroville was created in 1968 with the construction of the Oroville Dam and almost overnight became one of California’s most...
Sacramento River
The Sacramento River is the longest river located entirely within the United States and is one of the regions best areas for fishing. The Sacramento River is the longest river located entirely within the United States and is one of the region’s best areas for fishing. Visit Mt. Shasta City...
Shasta Lake
Shasta Lake, the jewel of Northern California, is one of the states largest reservoirs with 370 miles of shoreline and offers countless opportunities for recreation. Shasta’s summer water temperatures average 77 degrees; perfect for swimming, water-skiing, jet skiing and parasailing. A breathtaking sight, Shasta Lake is the houseboat capital of...
Trinity Lake
Situated below the jagged peaks of the Trinity Alps lies Trinity Lake, one of northern California’s premier destinations for water sports enthusiasts. Opportunities abound for houseboating, swimming, fishing, wake boarding, canoeing, camping or simply relaxing.
Scotts Valley Chamber
Nestled in the rugged mountains of Northern California. Scott Valley boasts of frontier charm.  Visit Scott Valley & enjoy for yourself Northern California's great outdoor experience.
Bizz Johnson Trail
Following the old Fernley and Lassen Branch Line of the Southern Pacific railroad, the trail winds 25.4 miles from Susanville, California to Mason Station. For the first 16 miles, the trail follows the Susan River. As it winds through the rugged Susan River Canyon, the trail crosses the river 12...
Living Memorial Sculpture Garden
The garden serves as a memorial to American veterans of the Korean and Vietnam Wars. 13 miles north of weed on hwy 97; RV/Bus parking. Open all year. High on the Modoc Plateau, just off Interstate 5, lies an extraordinary outdoor sculpture garden. Mt. Shasta provides an austere backdrop for...
Shingletown Totem Pole
Crafted from a 340-year old sugar pine, this 60-foot tall sculpture keeps watch over the town and depicts a jay, thunderbird, raven, beaver and bear. Crafted from a 340-year old sugar pine, this 60-foot tall sculpture keeps watch over the town. The topmost figure-the watchman-is a stellar jay looking out...
Fun Factory Powerboat Adventures
Choose from 6 great Northern California lakes: Sightseeing, Lake Tours, Wakeboarding, Tubing, Skiing and Fishing with up to 10 friends. By the Hour, Half day or Full day. Captain included. Reservations recommended!  
Mount Shasta Fun Guide
Skiing, snowboarding and snowshoe tours, day hiking trips, sacred site tours, scenic vehicle tours and step-on bus guide. Author of Mt. Shasta Guide To Fun.
Weed Chamber of Commerce
Weed, CA is nestled in the mountains and valleys of Siskiyou County. This old country town has a lot to offer all year round! Come for a visit!
Redding Printing Company
Custom printed products specializing in four color process. Supports the activities of the SCWA. Custom printed products specializing in four color process. Supports the activities of the SCWA.
Sundial Bridge - One of California's Icons
Located on the Sacramento River is the Sundial Bridge. Redding  commissioned world famous Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava (architect for the Athens Olympic Stadium) to design a pedestrian bridge over the Sacramento River, linking the Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s museum, to its new Arboretum and Gardens, and as a trailhead for...
Shasta Mountain Guides
Shasta’s premier local guide service since 1982, specializing in professional, high quality, safe & enjoyable climbs. Alpine & rock climbing, backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering & glacier courses for all abilities.  
Bolt's Antique Tool Museum
The museum displays approximately 12,000 different items consisting of wrenches, blacksmith tools, tune-up related items, jacks, service station items, plumbing tools, soldering irons, electric tools, hand grinders and other misc. items. Over 2,000 brands dating back to the 1820\'s. Considered to be one of the most historical tool museums in...
Collins Pine Museum
Exhibits on lumber grades, forest stands, old photos and implements. Information is displayed on branch and cone identification, saw milling, lumber drying, power co-generation, sustainability and on how forest operations fit into the carbon cycle.A small theater, an interactive panel on wood species identification, a push-button audio unit with workers...
Gaumer's Jewelry & Museum
Beautiful jewelry and gift items. Known for fine quality and workmanship, excellent service, and very reasonable prices. Fascinating mineral and mining museum on premises (Free Admission).
Mendocino National Forest
The Mendocino National Forest offers an array of recreation opportunities. America’s only National Forest not crossed by a paved road or highway, which is especially attractive to people seeking an outdoor experience of tranquility and solitude. Some of the most outstanding attractions include:• Lake Red Bluff Recreation Area – 3-mile paved trail, boat launching facility to...
Gold Nugget Museum
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.
Military Veterans Court of Honor
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.
Redding Civic Auditorium
The Redding Civic Auditorium (previously known as the Redding Convention Center) is conveinently located near the Sacramento River, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Sundial Bridge and downtown Redding. The Civic hosts a variety of entertainment events including conventions, trade shows, concerts, banquets, and festivals. It can accommodate over 2,000 people in...
Schreder Planetarium/SCOE
Come see the “Wonders of the Universe” and discover “New Horizons” at Schreder Planetarium.
The Stansbury House
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975, this beautiful Victorian style home was built for Dr. Oscar Stansbury in 1883. Tours are available Wednesday through Sunday. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975, this beautiful Victorian style home was built for Dr. Oscar...
Bald Rock
There are many unique formations atop Bald Rock, once home to the local Maidu Indians. An easy hike to the peak offers views of the Sacramento Valley and coastal mountain ranges. Once home to the local Maidu Indians, Bald Rock is a massive granite structure filled with many unique formations,...
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Lassen Volcanic National Park One hour East of I-5 on Ca. State Hwy 36 or 44 National Park Service Management Unit: Lassen Volcanic National Park P.O. Box 100 Mineral CA 96063-01000 (530) 595-4444 Amenities: Tent Camping, Site Fee, Fishing, Picnic Area, Restrooms, Cross Country Skiing, Interpretive Trail, Parking, Food Service...
The Fly Shop
The largest fly fishing specialty shop in America, catering exclusively to fly fisherman's tackle, guide service and travel needs. Open all year.  2018 Fly Shop Catalog & Travel Digest
McCloud River Mercantile Co.
Enjoy shopping in a historic restored Mercantile with numerous merchants offering a variety of goods. From an apothecary candy store, handmade jewelry, apparel, vintage goods including American made products. Caf, hotel and banquet facilities also available.
Bidwell Park City of Chico Parks Dept.
One of the largest municipal parks in the United States at 3,670 acres. Bidwell Park offers hiking, bicycling, picnicking, rollerblading horseback riding. Swimming is located at the One Mile Recreation Area at Sycamore School.
Shasta Pines Motel
AAA 2 Diamond Approved. All non-smoking standard rooms & suites. Refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers, free wireless internet, flat screen TVs. Large picnic area for BBQ. Near Burney Falls and Lassen National Park.
Best Western PLUS Tree House
Escape and relax at this pet-friendly Mt. Shasta hotel offering spacious rooms, indoor pool and spa, fitness center and high-speed internet. On site restaurant & lounge. Mountain view rooms available.
The Village at Childs Meadow
The Village Inn features 19 quaint and newly renovated inn-style rooms with breathtaking views of Childs Meadow,  RV park with 22 spaces, tent camp sites and horse camping with outdoor boarding. Mountain bike, cross country ski and snowshoe rentals. Across the highway from Highlands Ranch Resort. Just 10 minutes from...
Redding Aquatic Center
Features include a recreation pool with a zero-depth walk-in entry, a large water-play feature, and a 60-foot water slide as well as an Olympic size competition class swimming pool. Redding boasts a new, state-of-the-art Aquatic Center featuring an Olympic size, 50-meter by 25 yard, competition class swimming pool. Other features...
Redding Soccer Park
A jewel in the crown of attractions in Redding. A one-of-a-kind, State-of-the-Sport 22-acre soccer facility that boasts four, all-weather, synthetic-turf NCAA regulation sized, lighted fields. Californias only all-weather soccer complex!
WaterWorks Park
Conquer the Raging River Ride or the Monster Cyclone, drop 4 stories on the Avalanche or slide the dark belly of the Dragon. Waterworks Park has all the thrills and spills of The Coolest Place in Redding. New this summer: Cowabunga Beach Wave Pool!
Reynolds Resorts - Lake Siskiyou Camp Resort
300 tent & RV sites on 250 acres of pines. Lakeside cabins, store, 600' beach, marina and restaurant. Great trout and bass fishing. Rent powered or pedal boats, kayaks, SUPs etc. FREE: boat launching, fishing dock, fish cleaning station. 
Shasta County Arts Council
The Shasta County Arts Council makes the arts accessible to Shasta County through a broad range of arts opportunities and educational outreach programs.
Boulder Creek Falls
At over 138 feet tall, Boulder Creek Falls was thought to be the tallest waterfall in Whiskeytown National Park until the re-discovery of Whiskeytown Falls in 2004. With three cascades down a canyon covered in moss and ferns, you'll feel like you're in a dream.Driving Time: 15 mins / 9.44...
Brandy Creek Falls
Brandy Creek Falls is one of the widest waterfalls in Whiskeytown National Park with five cascades that rush over the granite rock of the canyon. Here you will find the unique Indian Rhubarb displaying bright colors in spring and fall. This trail connects to Rich Gulch Trail. This waterfall is...
Cinder Cone Trail
An exposed path of loose cinders skirts the Fantastic Lava Beds, and the Painted Dunes, before climbing steeply to the summit. The trail continues into the crater and offers spectacular views of Lassen and the eastern park. The trail head starts on the southwest side of Butte Lake boat ramp.Distance:...
Burstarse Falls
This waterfall makes it's appearance every year in late winter and early spring. It's source is a small granite basin where Burstarse Creek drains. This waterfall is moderately accessible.
Bolam Creek Falls
Call Mt. Shasta Ranger Station at 530-926-4511 for more info. Bolam Creek is an amazing waterfall found on the north side if Mount Shasta. There is no easy access to the fall. Viewing the falls is possible from Bolam Creek and Bolam Moraine. *Not recommended for those without off-trail experience.*
UpStateCA Wine & Beer App
UpStateCA Wine & Beer brings you a booming wine and beer culture in UpState California (far Northern California), which covers nearly 20 percent of the entire state. The Shasta Cascade wine country and prospering brewery scene sits in a natural wonderland, already loved by outdoor adventurers who can’t wait to...
Crystal Creek Falls
The hike to the falls is very easy and the trail is mostly flat the whole way. This is a great hike for anyone looking for a less strenuous way to enjoy the great outdoors. This is the only manmade waterfall in Whiskeytown National Park. It was created from a...
Frazier Falls
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. |...
Dead Horse Falls
Deadhorse Falls is a hidden jewel in Lassen National Forest. This very beautiful waterfall drops 60 ft. on small Deadhorse Creek, into a deep and pretty little gorge.Driving Time: 1 hour 29 mins / 73.14 miles from ReddingDifficulty: Easy
Grizzly Lake Falls
Please call the Weaverville Ranger Station for info @ 530-623-2121 | Accessible by car: No |Hiking/walking required: Yes | If yes, what distance: 2-3 miles
Hatchet Creek Falls
Hatchet Creek Falls is an amazing place.  There are actually 4 fallen trees that have planted themselves in the swimming hole, but the "hatchet handle" tree sits directly in the fall itself.  The trail leading to the fall is moderate, but fairly short. There is also a trail that leads...
Hedge Creek Falls
A beautiful 5 mile walk down a serene, winding path, you will find the lovely Hedge Creek Falls. Accessible by car: No | Hiking/walking required: Yes | If yes, what is the distance: 1/4 mile | Special Features: Just to the North of Dunsmuir is one of the loveliest little...
Indian Falls
Indian Falls is a 1.4 mile out and back trail located near Indian Falls, California that features a small beach, rock walls, and waterfall. The trail is a steep, but short hike and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Johnson Creek Falls
A great waterfall for photographers. The hike features cascades,forests and beautiful spring flowers. Accessible by car: NoHiking/walking required: yesIf yes, what is the distance: 3 miles, 2.5 hours round-trip.Special features: A great waterfall for photographers. The hike features cascades,  forest and flowers.
Kings Creek Falls
The Kings Creek Falls trail leads to a large roaring waterfall draped in ferns and other green plants which thrive off the mist generated by the falls. Depending on the time of year you hike to the falls you may see Fawn Lilies or Satin-leaf Lupines in full bloom. As...
McCloud Falls
There are actually three levels to McCloud Falls: lower, middle and upper, each offering different views. Hiking to each of the falls is relatively easy. Each fall is accessible by car and a short walk to the vista point. It's about 3.5 miles roundtrip to see all three falls driving,...
Mill Creek Falls
Mill Creek Falls is the highest waterfall in the park with a drop of 75 feet. It is at the junction of East Sulphur and Bumpass creeks. Because of the surrounding forest and rugged terrain there are only two or three points from which it can be photographed.The trail descends...
Mud Creek Falls
Located in Mud Creek Canyon on Mt. Shasta.  Mud Creek canyon is a pretty amazing view of its own.  A great feature in the canyon is Thor's hammer.  The Mud Creek Glacier is the southernmost glacier on Mount Shasta, which lies to the east of Sargents Ridge on Shastarama point...
Phantom Falls
Phantom Falls is located on North Table Mountain in Oroville and is best viewed in the winter months.Phantom Falls on North Table Mountain in Oroville is well named for two good reasons. First, it is on a small drainage, and will be dry in the summer months. Second, it is...
Potem Falls
Accessible by boat by taking the Pit River arm on Shasta Lake. There is a 9 mile dirt road that leads to the pull out for these falls.  It is a fairly steep and difficult trail to get to the fall.  There is a small rope swing, and a beach....
Rock Creek Falls
Rock Creek Falls is a very picturesque fall near Burney Falls State Park and Lake Britton.  Rock Creek lives up to its name as the creek meanders through huge rock walls.  The Pacific Crest Trail crosses over Rock Creek and has a beautiful, but small, bridge for the hikers and...
Shackelford Falls
Shackleford Falls is a very easy going waterfall that travels down a sloping hill with pools throughout. The trail crosses three parts of the creek, so plan to get wet or go before the rainy season. This waterfall is easily accessible by a short, but somewhat steep trail.
Sweetbriar Falls
This waterfall displays a beautiful array of white water cascading over boulders and is visible from the bridge by the railroad tracks on the Sweetbrier exit off Interstate 5. Very easy access, and a great place for a quick stop off of the freeway.
Whiskeytown Falls
This magnificent waterfall is the tallest in Whiskeytown National Recreation Area at a towering 220 feet. It was re-discovered in 2004 after being kept secret since 1967. This usually misty trail offers a change in climate which invites unique plants and animals. This trail connects to the Mill Creek Trail....
Whitney Falls
Being one of the more difficult waterfalls to view in the Mount Shasta area, it is still one of the most popular. This waterfall's 200 feet plus cascade has carved a unique narrow v shape into the exposed lava formation and unlike most waterfalls is most active during the hottest...
Baymont Inn & Suites - Redding
We are pleased to provide guests with exceptionalservice and quality amenities at an affordable price.Whether here for business or leisure you can enjoyour heated indoor swimming pool and Spa, FitnessCenter, Business Center, and free Internet in all rooms, free Cable, HBO and much more. After a restful night,you can start...
Toy Box at Holiday Harbor Resort & Marina
Looking for some fun and excitement on your houseboating/lake trip? The Toy Box is the largest rental center on Shasta Lake offering patio boats with restrooms & BBQs, ski boats with wakeboard towers, open bow pleasure boats with bimini tops. Stand up paddleboards and of course 3 person PWCs (4-stroke)....
Best Western Rose Quartz Inn
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near Lassen National Park and Lake Almanor.  Featuring complimentary breakfast, meeting and fitness facilities, spa, BBQ\'s and picnic tables.
Basshole Brews
An iconic establishment brought back to life by Julie & Scott of Tsasdi Resort. Local craft beer, inventive and classic cocktails and great food made with the freshest ingredients!
Likely Place Golf & RV Resort
Considered one of the top 10 Golf Course & RV Resorts in the country. Likely Place, a hidden treasure uniquely situated at the Gateway to the Warner Mountain Wilderness area. This beautiful course offers 18 holes, wide fairways and lush greens. Experience the best...Stay and Play at Likely Place! Dog...
Mount Shasta Resort
Luxurious chalets & woodland rooms located in the pines. Enjoy incredible views from our restaurant, lounge & banquet rooms. Play our 18-hole resort golf course or tennis courts. Open all year. Meeting and wedding facilities available.
Ararat Loop Snowmobile Trail
A popular destination for snowmobilers, this trail leads to the top of Mt. Ararat and offers large open spaces and spectacular views.This trail begins near Lookout Rock at the intersection of the Cutoff/Lookout Rock Trail and Willow Creek Trail.  Ararat Loop ends where it intersects Willow Creek Trail.  A short...
Big Creek Snowmobile Trail
This is one of the main access routes into the Bucks Lake Trails.Big Creek Trail begins at the Big Creek Staging Area and ends where it intersects the Bucks Summit/Four Trees route.  This is one of the main access routes into the Bucks Lake Trails.  This route and the Big...
Brokeoff Mountain Snowshoeing Trail
From this trail a vast area of the surrounding landscape as well as nearby park landmarks are visible. At 10,457 feet, Lassen Peak has the premier views of any to be had within the park. However, the vistas from the summit of Lassen Park’s second highest point are nearly as...
Bucks Summit/Four Trees Snowmobile Trail
This is the main route offering connections to many of the loop trails and provides access to the resorts at Bucks Lake.This trail begins at the Bucks Summit Staging area and ends at the Four Trees Warming Hut.  This is the main route offering connections to many of the loop...
Bunny Flat to Panther Meadow Snowshoeing Trail
Snowshoers of all abilities can enjoy this easy route along the pleasantly graded and easily discernible extension of the highway to Panther Meadow. Snowshoers of all abilities can enjoy this easy route along the pleasantly graded and easily discernible extension of the highway to Panther Meadow. Wandering in and out...
Cold Water Loop Snowmobile Trail
This trail is a loop off the Gravel Range loop offering backcountry travel away from the crowds.This trail is a loop off the Gravel Range loop offering backcountry travel away from the crowds.
Cutoff/Lookout Rock Snowmobile Trail
Scenic views of the Sierras and the Feather River Canyon are visible at several spots along the last segment between Big Creek Trail and Lookout Rock along this trail.This trail begins 0.2 miles west of Bucks Summit Staging Area and ends near Lookout Rock at the intersection of Aararat Loop...
Devastated Area Snowshoeing Trail
If snowshoers are able to reach the Devastated Area, they can chart their own path across the winter landscape, enjoying a continuous view of the northeast side of Lassen Peak. If snowshoers are able to reach the Devastated Area, they can chart their own path across the winter landscape, enjoying...
Devastated Area to Summit Lake Snowshoeing Trail
During the spring season, the snow-covered Lassen Park Road offers an easy route from the Devastated Area to Summit Lake. During the spring season, the snow-covered Lassen Park Road offers an easy route from the Devastated Area to Summit Lake. The route of the roadway is easily discernible and the...
Diamond Peak Loop Snowshoeing Trail
The view from the summit of 7968-foot Diamond Peak has to rank as one of the best park vistas so close to a trailhead during the winter season. Much of the terrain in the south end of Lassen Park provides great scenery without the obstruction of dense forests. The view...
Forest Lake Loop Snowshoeing Trail
This trail is best for more experienced snowshoers as the marked Nordic trail through dense forest can be extremely hard to follow at times. Forest Lake sees relatively few visitors in the summer as the shallow lake offers no swimming or fishing and has a rather healthy population of mosquitoes....
Granite Basin Snowmobile Trail
This trail is at lower elevations with southwest facing slopes. This often results in areas where the snow becomes scarce. Check on conditions before traveling this route.This trail is at lower elevations with southwest facing slopes.  This often results in areas where the snow becomes scarce.  Check on conditions before...
Gravel Range Snowmobile Trail
This route offers backcountry riding and a chance to get away from the crowd.The route begins off the Big Creek Trail 0.6 miles east of Bucks Summit/Four Trees intersection and ends at the junction of Grizzly Summit Trail.  This route offers backcountry riding and a chance to get away from...
Gray Butte Snowshoeing Trail
When you lack the time, stamina or techniques to achieve the awesome view from the summit of 14,162-foot Mt. Shasta, you can obtain a dramatic view of the peak itself from 8,108-foot Gray Butte. When you lack the time, stamina or techniques to achieve the awesome view from the summit...
Grizzly Loop Snowmobile Trail
This trail affords great views of the lakes and the Feather River Canyon.Grizzly Loop begins 1.1 miles west of the intersection of the Bucks Summit/Four Trees and Big Creek.  The trail follows along the shoreline of Bucks Lake and lower Bucks Lake.  Great views of the lakes and the Feather...
Grizzly Summit Snowmobile Trail
When time is an issue or when snow is sparse in the lower elevations, this is a very popular alternate route for the Gravel Range Loop.This trail offers a cutoff route connecting the Gravel Range loop with the Bucks Summit/Four Trees Trail.  When time is an issue or when snow...
Horse Camp Snowshoeing Trail
Summer or winter, the trip to Horse Camp is one of the most popular routes on Mt. Shasta. Summer or winter, the trip to Horse Camp is one of the most popular routes on Mt. Shasta. The majority of climbers begin their summit attempt either by following this route to...
Lake Helen Snowshoeing Trail
This trip offers snowshoers a great way to experience some of the best scenery Lassen Park has to offer. This trip offers snowshoers a great way to experience some of the best scenery Lassen Park has to offer. Lake Helen was named in tribute to the first woman known to...
Lassen Peak Snowshoeing Trail
For the avid mountaineer undaunted by the potentially harsh conditions, a trip to the summit of Lassen Peak can be the crowning achievement of a visit to Lassen Volcanic National Park. The Lassen Peak Trail is one of the two most popular trails in the park (the other being the...
Lassen Peak Traverse Snowshoeing Trail
The range of scenery that one is exposed to along this trail is incomparable, unforgettable and extraordinary but best for experienced snowshoers. A traverse of Lassen Volcanic National Park would be the highlight of any winter season for experienced snowshoers. 
Letter Box Loop Snowmobile Trail
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...
Lower Daniels Snowmobile Trail
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...
Manzanita Creek Snowshoeing Trail
If strolling through the backcountry with little or no company is a goal, then this route promises to deliver. Naming this route the Manzanita Creek Trail can be a tad deceptive as the path avoids the namesake creek for all but the final stretch of the nearly 5-mile journey to...
Manzanita Lake Snowshoeing Trail
When the sky is clear and the snow is pristine, fortunate snowshoers can revel in the beautiful scenery as they travel the easy, short loop on the level terrain around Manzanita Lake. A prettier sight than a winter view of Lassen Peak across Manzanita Lake after a fresh dusting of...
Mill Creek Snowmobile Trail
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...
Mt. Shasta Snowshoeing Trail
This is certainly not a trip for the faint of heart or the inexperienced. Only experienced parties should consider the undertaking as this can be a particulary treacherous hike. Normally, even the climb of Mt. Shasta is considered to be quite a feat, but the idea of a winter ascent...
Nobles Emigrant Trail Loop Snowshoeing Trail
Most of the trail passes through quiet forest, which thins enough occasionally to allow fine views of Chaos Crags and Lassen Peak. Winter enthusiasts can enjoy the first 3.25 miles of the Nobles Emigrant Trail from Manzanita Lake to Sunflower Flat on a marked route, returning to the lake on...
Ridge Lakes Snowshoeing Trail
This hike starts off following the gentle grade of the Lassen Park Road but then rises sharply and climbers are forced to overcome 1,000 feet of elevation in one mile. The first half of your journey to Ridge Lakes follows the gentle grade of the Lassen Park Road, gaining a...
Sulfur Works Loop Snowshoeing Trail
A trip to the Sulfur Works is perhaps one of the best ways for newcomers to become acquainted with Lassen Volcanic National Park in the winter. A trip to the Sulfur Works is perhaps one of the best ways for newcomers to become acquainted with Lassen Volcanic National Park in...
Fun Factory Snowmobile Rentals & Tours
Snowmobile rentals and tours on and around Mt. Shasta. Enjoy 280 miles of trails & 1000's of acres of terrain, instruction and helmets included, Reservations recommended!  
Upper Daniels Snowmobile Trail
Many visitors use this as an alternate route or shortcut back to the Staging Areas. This trail branches off the Gravel Range loop in an easterly direction, and ends at the Big Creek Trail.  Many visitors use this as an alternate route or shortcut back to the Staging Areas.
Willow Creek Snowmobile Trail
This trail branches off the Gravel Range loop in an easterly direction, and ends near Lookout Rock. Along the trail there are open areas and ridge access offering cross country riding opportunities. This trail branches off the Gravel Range loop in an easterly direction, and ends near Lookout Rock. ...
Shasta-Trinity National Forest
The Shasta-Trinity National Forest, the largest in California, is aland of breathtaking beauty and a place for everyone to enjoythe great outdoors. The forest is a haven for outdoor enthusiastsproviding an abundance of recreational opportunities. Some ofthe most outstanding attractions include: Mt. Shasta the upper slopes of this snow-capped,dormant...
Fall River Valley Golf
Championship golf at its finest. Beautiful views, natural surroundings, and a country atmosphere make this peaceful NE California layout a favorite. Golf Digest ****1/2 star.
Yreka Chamber of Commerce
Enjoy the diversity of four distinct seasons and abundant recreational, shopping, and dining opportunities and “step-back-in-time” in Yreka. Panoramic views of Mt. Shasta and surrounding mountains.
Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
The eight county region of the Shasta Cascade is abundant with recreational opportunities. Call our office for a free 72-page visitors guide, or visit our website.
Burney Falls Lodging - Charm & Green Gables Motels
Serving Charm and Green Gables Motels.  Easy drive to Burney Falls State Park, Fall River Golf Course, trophy trout fishing and more. We offer standard rooms, kitchenettes and suites, all with microwave, refrigerator and free Wi-Fi, all non-smoking. Truck parking available. Guest laundry facility. Free continental breakfast. Fish cleaning stations. Pets...
Cold Creek Inn & Suites / Intermountain Lodging
Cold Creek Inn gets its name from the creek that runs off the Sacramento River and whose headwaters are located a short walk north in the City Park. It is locally owned and operated, and wishes to provide its guests with an affordable, comfortable and restful stay during their visit.
Pioneer History Museum
The museum, a replica of a miner's cabin, highlights the gold rush era and includes items from Bidwell Bar and a Native American arrowhead and basket collection.
Chester Museum/Library
Housed in a contemporary log structure designed to resemble the 1929 log cabin library building, this museum also features an off-site exhibit including the century-old steam locomotive known as "Dinky".
Chico Museum
Featuring changing exhibits focusing on the rich and diverse history and culture of Chico and Butte County. Permanent exhibits include altars and artifacts and a historical timeline of history from 1830-present. 
Corning Museum
The Corning Museum preserves and exhibits artifacts that represent the cultural heritage of Corning and Tehama County. Many displays include articles of period clothing, tools, pictures and other items dating back to the early days of Corning.
Fort Jones Museum
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".
Indian Valley Museum
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.
J.J. Jackson Memorial Museum, Trinity County Historical Park
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.
Kelly Griggs House Museum
The classical two-story Victorian home wasbuilt 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.
Lassen Historical Museum
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.
Military Museum of Butte County
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. A restored 1942 Half Track,...
Oroville Chinese Temple Museum Complex
The temple was built in 1863 to support the Chinese community of 10,000 and includes artifacts dating from 1850’s to early 1900’s. Three chapels and a main chapel served as a place for Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism.     
Cascade Theatre
The Cascade Theatre is a prominent example of the Art Deco style in Redding, California. The cinema was designed by J. Lloyd Conrich of San Francisco in 1934 for the Naify family, who operated the Golden State Theaters chain of movie theaters in northern California, which later became the United...
Paradise Depot Museum
A gold nugget museum featuring local train and logging history. Includes a working model of the Butte County Rail Road.A gold nugget museu
Plumas County Museum
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.
Siskiyou County Museum
The museum features exhibits detailing Siskiyou County\'s colorful history from Indian cultures to 20th century themes.  The museum is an interpretive center which includes exhibits, programs, and a research library.
Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum
Fun & educational for the whole family, featuring exhibits on the history of Mt. Shasta City, the railroad, the mountain, lenticular clouds, Native American basketry, and more. Hands on activities. For current exhibits, seasonal programs and hours see website.
Weed Historic Lumber Town Museum
Logging and town memorabilia including pictures and the jail are shown on a FREE tour of impressive interior and outside displays by a friendly docent. 
Westwood Museum
The Museum displays artifacts and pictures of the town as it was in 1913. Once the home of Red River Lumber Company, Westwood had the largest pine lumber mill in the world from 1913 to 1956. 
Modoc National Wildlife Refuge
The 6,280 acre Modoc Wildlife Refuge was established in 1960 to manage and protect migratory waterfowl. Funds available under the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act helped purchase this refuge which lies at 4,300 feet elevation at the base of the Warner Mountains. Water is the key to attracting waterfowl in...
Bureau of Reclamation- Shasta Dam
Shasta Dam has the highest overflow spillway in the world.The second largest dam in the United States.The sheer mass of the concrete is 6.5 million cubic yards, weighing 15 million tons.Free daily tours and visitors center. Standing wide and tall across the Sacramento River in northern California, Shasta Dambacks up water...
Gray Lodge Wildlife Area
• 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
Mt. Shasta Fish Hatchery
• The oldest operating fish hatchery west of the Mississippi since 1888 • Located near the headwater springs of the Sacramento River • One of three major broodstock hatcheries in the state
Oroville State Wildlife Area
Fish and wildlife are abundant on the 11,000-acre wildlife area. Bird watching, camping, fishing and hunting opportunities areavailable. Egrets, beaver, and river otter are among the many animalsyou might see.
Lake Oroville Visitors Center & Oroville Dam
California’s second largest reservoir. Oroville Dam is the tallest and nation’s-largest earthen dam. Visitors can climb a 47-foot tower to view the lake and the Sutter Buttes.  
C.F. Lott Home in Sank Park
The home of Judge C.F.Lott, a'49er and prominent figure, was built in 1856. The home, filled with many original furnishings and artifacts, tells a story of unrequited love, and life long devotion.
Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens
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...
Feather River Nature Center
The museum is a WPA built rock building with changing displays. Created alongside the Feather River on the site of Orovilles first park, the nature center features walking trai
Fort Crook Museum
The story of the Indians and early settlers of this areaare depicted by several rooms of antique furniture,a blacksmiths shop, the old Fall River jail, early farmimplements, old school house, log cabin and Indianartifacts.
Gardens of Oroville
The gardens include the Chinese Temple Garden, Lott Garden in Sank Park, Minasian Azalea Gardens and The Depot's California Display Garden. Oroville's cultural history and mild climate have enabled the city to have five spectacular gardens. Rich with culture and tranquility, the gardens include the Chinese Temple Garden, Lott Garden...
Jim Beckwourth Museum
Plumas County pioneer Jim Beckwourth'shotel and trading post, circa 1852, 1850's log cabin. Open to the public by appointment.
Modoc County Historical Museum
Some items on display date back 150 years and include Indian artifacts, an antique gun collection and domestic items used by the early day pioneer families of Modoc County. 
Scotts Museum
Open June to September, Tues. - Sat. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Artifacts and photographs of Trinity Center's 19th century ranch era. Open May to September, Tues. - Sat. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Artifacts and photographs of Trinity Center's 19th century ranch era.
Tehama County Museum
The museum preserves and exhibits artifacts thatrepresent the cultural heritage of Tehama County.Exhibits include early agriculture, Native AmericanIndians - Yana and Nomlaki, and early transportation.
Klamath National Forest
The Klamath National Forest is one of Americas mostbiologically diverse regions. This beautiful forest is anuncrowded haven for campers, hikers, wildlife viewers, hunters,fishermen, mountain bikers, rafters, kayakers and naturalistsalike. Some of the most outstanding attractions include: Marble Mountain Wilderness composed primarilyof rock formations containing cambrian marineinvertebrates, this wilderness features...
Pacific Crest Trail
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...
Plumas National Forest
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...
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
• Whiskeytown Lake offers camping, picnicking, swimming, boating and offers free ranger guided kayak tours in summer • Whiskeytown Falls, 3.4 mile trail length to view the 220’ high waterfall. • Other activities include fishing, gold panning, hiking, hunting, horseback riding, sailing and mtn. biking • Rich history from 1849 California Gold Rush and the Historic Camden...
Coleman National Fish Hatchery
Located on Battle Creek, historically salmon and steelheadhave migrated in from the Sacramento River to spawn Spawning operations allow you to view large numbersof fall Chinook salmon during spawning season Return of the Salmon Festival Celebration is the thirdSaturday in October
Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges
• Internationally known for their abundance and diversity of wildlife• Hosts the largest winter population of bald eagles in the continental U.S.• Their varied wildlife and habitats are a photographer’s delight 
Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park
Ahjumawi 1 1/2 Hours East of Redding California State Parks Management Unit: McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park Amenities: Campfires Allowed Tent Camping Site Fee Fishing Description:Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park is the northeastern most unit of the California State Park System. Ahjumawi is a place of exceptional, even primeval, beauty. Brilliant aqua bays and tree studded...
Bidwell Mansion State Historic Park
Bidwell Mansion was the home of General John Bidwell and his wife Annie Ellicott Kennedy Bidwell from the time of their marriage in 1868 until the end of their lives in 1900 and 1918 respectively. Construction of the 26-room mansion began in 1865, prior to John Bidwell's first introduction to...
Big Nasty Trail
The Big Nasty Trail is a fantastic loop trail that is named after a brush-covered formation of rough lava rock. Sweeping views of Lava Beds and the Modoc National Forest can be seen from here, and the trail is a fantastic spot to view the sunset. From the Mammoth Crater/Hidden...
Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park
Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park Four miles west of Chico, Ca. California State Parks Management Unit: Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park 12105 River Road Chico, CA 95926 Amenities: Site Fee River Access Canoeing Mens / Womens Restrooms Interpretive Trail Boat Launch Area Wildlife Watching Description:Approximately five miles west of Chico, the park is located adjacent to a four...
Castle Crags State Park
Castle Crags State Park Off 1-5 Near Dunsmuir, Ca. California State Parks Management Unit: Castle Crags State Park P.O. Box 80 Castella, CA 96017-0080 (530) 235-2684 Amenities: Tent Camping, Site Fee, Water, Fishing, Restrooms, Description:Castle Crags State Park is located in the forest-covered mountains just north of...
Clay Pit State Vehicular Recreation Area
This recreation area is a 220-acre off-road vehicle area. Provides good beginner terrain for off-road enthusiasts. Offers motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle, and dune buggy use area.
Lake Oroville State Recreation Area & Visitors Center
Lake Oroville features a man-made lake formed by the nation's tallest earth0filled dam. Camping (including floating campsites), horse camp, and boat-in camps. The Visitors Center has a museum, exhibits, and store.
Plumas-Eureka State Park and Museum
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.
Shasta State Historic Park
Shasta State Historic Park includes exhibits of the historic mining settlement, an unparalleled collection of historic California artwork, brick building ruins from the gold-rush era and the Courthouse restored to its 1861 appearance.
Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park
In July 1848 Major Pierson B. Reading found gold on a sandbar in the Trinity River, and the following gold rush duplicated those in other parts of California. Though a few Chinese had probably come to California in 1840, there were only 54 Chinese men and one Chinese woman here...
William B Ide Adobe State Historic Park
-William B. Ide wasa leaderof the short-lived California Bear Republic -A 5 acre quaint historic park with picnic area overlooking the Sacramento River -Features a one room adobe house, woodshop, blacksmith shop and visitor center
Woodson Bridge State Rec. Area
Woodson Bridge State Recreation Area, nestled in beautiful oak woods on the Sacramento River between Chico and Red Bluff, offers year-round camping, fishing, boating, and hiking in an unspoiled natural setting. Located on South Avenue, the park is just three miles west of Highway 99 at Vina, or six miles...
Historic Susanville Depot
The depot is the trailhead for the Bizz Johnson Trail, and host to the Rails to Trails festival in October.  Visitors are invited to step back in history where you can view historic photographs of railroad and logging trains that rolled through town.
Feather Falls
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...
Modoc National Forest
Modoc National Forest is a land of contrasts and unspoiledsettings for a vacation getaway. Unique vistas of ruggedmountains, lava caves, craters, pristine and serene lakesand streams await visitors to this beautiful forest. Some ofthe most outstanding attractions include: Burnt Lava Flow, Medicine Lake Glass Flow and GlassMountain Glass Flow ...
McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park
President Theodore Rossevelt once called Burney Falls the "eight wonder of the world". This 129 foot spectacular cascading waterfall is within McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park. The park is located in the beautiful evergreen forests of the Pit River country in northeastern California, fast-running streams of pure, cold water make...
Redding Record Searchlight
The daily, local newspaper covering the Shasta Cascade region. Publishes monthly \"Visitors Guide\" and Annual Living Here Guide available from our newspaper, or by stopping by at the Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association or the Redding Tourist Bureau The daily, local newspaper covering the Shasta Cascade region. Publishes monthly \"Visitors Guide\"...
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