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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 Red Bluff Round-Up Rodeo, and the Annual Bull and Gelding Sale, the largest in the nation. These and other western events attract people from all over the west. Although it certainly plays a key role in the identity of the area, the western lifestyle is not the only intriguing aspect of Red Bluff’s past and present. In a somewhat different aspect of the heritage of Tehama County, it was the home of the first and only president of the California Republic, William B. Ide. His original adobe home has been fully restored and is now part of The William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park in Red Bluff.

One of the area’s most dominate natural features, the Sacramento River provides an endless variety of outdoor recreation and is one of the largest salmon spawning rivers in the world. Its various tributaries furnish hundreds of miles of the best-in-the-west trout, steelhead and salmon fishing. From fishing to jet boat excursions on the Sacramento River, this is the perfect spot for boating enthusiasts. There are numerous public boat ramps along the lower Sacramento’s Lake Red Bluff for those looking for access to the river.

Red Bluff, combining elements of the Victorian era and western heritage, provides numerous hotels, motels, and restaurants to cater to the traveler or vacationer. The old Victorian west lives on in Red Bluff with Victorian homes built from the 1860’s to the early 1900’s. Walk into a vanishing America at the Kelly-Griggs House Museum, and view elegant, renovated rooms where Victoriangarbed mannequins “live” among authentic antique furnishings. The rich heritage of the area makes it one of Northern California’s most prominent destinations for antiques and collectibles. Red Bluff is also considered the gateway to the famous Lassen Volcanic National Park, one of the few active volcanoes on the United States mainland. Established as a national park on August 9, 1916, it encompasses 160 miles of spectacular volcanic exhibits and the impressive Lassen Peak.

Just south on Interstate 5 is the town of Corning, founded as an agricultural center back in the 1860’s and acknowledged as the center of Northern California’s internationally reknown olive industry. Other towns in the Sacramento River Valley include Los Molinos, Gerber, Tehama, Vina, Paskenta, and Flournoy. These small communities provide important local services to the agriculture of the fertile Sacramento River Valley. Manton, nestled in the foothills of Lassen Peak, offers excellent hunting and fishing as well as rich soil and cool climate which continually proves to create an area of production for first-rate apples, grapes, cattle, and timber. Tehama Country with its numerous lakes, streams, and outstanding recreational opportunities is the place to discover old fashioned hospitality.

 For further information contact the Red Bluff, Tehama County Chamber of Commerce.

Red Bluff Rodeo
The strong western heritage in Tehama County will capture your heart and awaken your spirit. The Red Bluff Round-Up Rodeo, and the Annual Bull and Gelding Sale are the largest in the nation.
Lassen Volcanic National Park - Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center
Lassen boasts incredible mountain scenery and fascinating thermal wonders. Begin your journey through the park by visiting the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center featuring exhibits, a cafe and gift shop.
Abbey of New Clairvaux
Abbey of New Clairvaux is a working Cistercian or “Trappist” monastery. Father Paul Mark Schwan, Abbot of the monastery, and Aimée Sunseri, fifth generation California winemaker, have combined their passion for wine and history to create a unique and memorable visitor experience.
Lucero Olive Oil
Visit California’s internationally renowned olive industry —most famously, the Lucero Olive Oil company. Lucero offers tours daily and has a tasting room where you can sample a flavorful variety of olive oils and balsamic vinegars.
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5332
41515 Hwy 36E
Mill Creek, CA 96061
530-595-3388
Picturesque lodging and dining at the southern gateway to Lassen Park. Meadow's edge. Beautifully decorated private cottages. Full restaurant and bar. Elevated, refined and inspired by fresh ingredients, seasonal catch of day flown in fresh, and beef aged to perfection. Chef Joe Symmes brings dishes to life with delightful twists and bursts of flavor amid a unique mountain setting. Banquets and events. Open daily late May - Oct. Call for seasonal hours Nov.- mid-May.
Tehama County
769
Hwy 89 Lassen Volcanic National Park
Mineral, CA 0
530-595-3555
Located at the base of Lassen Peak in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Gift shop, cafe and beverage service. Open daily late May-Early Oct.
Tehama County
3607
2655 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, 96021
530-824-3220
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!
Tehama County
3823
Hwy 89, Lassen Volcanic National Park
Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA 0
530-840-6140
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.
Tehama County
5226
39489 Hwy 44E
Shingletown, CA 96088
530-335-7557 May-Oct
Located at north entrance to Lassen National Park. Cabin rentals, camper service store, including gift shop, deli, groceries, & sundries. Showers, laundry, and gasoline. Kayak, canoe, cataraft and standup paddleboards. Open daily mid May – early Oct. Reservations on lassenrecreation.com.
Tehama County
3606
2655 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, CA 96021
530-528-3500
Gaming, Dining, Golf, Hunting, Fishing and exceptional accommodations for the traveler is just the start of why It's Better to Play at Rolling Hills Casino. 
Tehama County
3603
2655 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, CA 96021
530-528-4600
From 5,000 to just over 7,000 yards, rated #30 in the nation for best casino course by Golf Week, The Links at Rolling Hills is the perfect course for golfers of all skill levels. 
Tehama County
5354
2655 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, CA 96021
530-528-3586
You'll feel right at home with full electrical, water, and sewage hookups in a park-like setting at our 72-space RV park conveniently located just off Interstate 5 (I-5). All spaces are pull-throughs. WiFi access is available in all of the spaces. Within an easy walk of the Casino and golf course. Private showers, laundry facilities and pet day care nearby at the Traveler's Center. The site is safe and secure with a 24-hour patrol.
Tehama County
5351
2655 Everett Freeman Way
Corning, CA 96021
530-528-3506
Tucked away from the hustle of the gaming floor, Timbers Steakhouse provides an intimate and comfortable ambiance for a special dinner no matter what the occasion. Proudly serving the finest quality meats and seafood, an extensivelist of fine wines, and a full bar of premium spirits. Our highly trained chefs and customer oriented wait staff are among the best in Northern California. Open from 5 pm to 10 pm Wednesday through Sunday. Enjoy music for…
Tehama County
1939
203 Antelope Blvd.
Red Bluff, CA 96080
530-527-8882
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.
Tehama County
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