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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. The old Victorian west lives on here. Main Street is dotted with quaint shops offering antiques and collectibles.

The Sacramento River provides an endless variety of outdoor recreation and is one of the largest salmon spawning rivers in the world.

Red Bluff is also considered the gateway to the renowned Lassen Volcanic National Park, encompassing 166 square miles of spectacular volcanic exhibits and the formidable Lassen Peak.

The town of Corning is the center of Northern California’s award- winning olive oil producers and olive product retailers.

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

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.

A Day in Tehama County

Tehama County Attractions

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21659 Adobe Rd.
Red Bluff, CA 96080
530-529-8599
William B. Ide was a leader of the short-lived California Bear Republic. A 5-acre quaint historic park with picnic area overlooking the Sacramento River featuring a one room adobe house, woodshop, blacksmith shop and visitor center.
Tehama County
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25340 South Ave
Corning, CA 96021
530-839-2112
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 east of Interstate 5 at Corning. Mount Lassen, Mount Shasta, and the Trinity Alps loom in the distance. Over a hundred plant species have been…
Tehama County
5447
Mineral , CA 0
At 16 feet tall and varying in width throughout the year, Battle Creek Falls has a unique look due to the array of bedrock that shapes the waterfall ledge. Adjacent to its base is an interesting old powerhouse. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail and road.
Tehama County
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19225 Newville Road
Orland, CA 95963
530-865-4781
Two campgrounds available: Buckhorn - 65 campsites, group campsite, open year-round. Showers, playground, nature trail, shoreline access, exercise area, sand volleyball, horseshoe pits, mountain bike trails, fish cleaning station, day use area with picnic shade shelters and barbeques. Orland Buttes - 35 campsites, group campsite open, April 1 - mid-September. Showers, nature trail, lake views, horseshoe pits, fish cleaning station and 18-hole disc golf course. Reservations through NRRS at 1-877-444-6777 or www.recreation.gov. Located southwest of Corning, the lake is seven miles…
Tehama County
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21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
A number of steam vents are located under Boiling Springs Lake, keeping the temperature of the lake around 125 degrees. The mud pots on the southeast shore are among the best in the park. The trail crosses a meadow and then goes through forest to the lake and around it. Trees include incense-cedar, ponderosa pine, Douglas-fir, white fir, sugar pine, and others. A variety of wildflowers are found and it is a good area to…
Tehama County
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21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
530-595-4444
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 wonderful.
Tehama County
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21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
For sheer beauty and rugged mountain scenery the Brokeoff trail is one of the best in Lassen. The trail climbs steadily through open meadows and forest for two miles and then through scattered hemlocks and finally above timberline to the top. At the west end of the mountain just before the last half mile of the climb, there is a good view of Mt. Shasta. From the top of the mountain there are good views…
Tehama County
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21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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
Tehama County
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1110 Solano St
Corning, CA 96021
530-824-5550
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.
Tehama County
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Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA 96063
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
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