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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 more information see the Red Bluff Visitors Guide.

Red Bluff  |  Corning

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

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 café, and a gift shop.

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Lassen Volcanic National Park
Hwy 89 Lassen Volcanic National Park
Mineral, CA 0
530-595-3555
Located at the base of Lassen Peak in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Gift shop, café and beverage service. Open daily late May-Early October.
Tehama County
5550
Lassen Peak National Recreation Trail
CA 0
(530) 595-4480
The trail to the top of Lassen Peak begins at the peak parking area at an elevation of 8500 feet. The popular trail is 2.5 miles one-way to the summit. There are many fantastic vistas of the park and surrounding areas from the trail. The summit provides one of the most spectacular views of the Devastated Area. This view is the best vantage point to contemplate the power of the 1914-17 eruptions. The lingering rotten-egg…
Tehama County
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Lassen Volcanic National Park
P.O. Box 100
Mineral, CA 96063
530-595-4444
Lassen Volcanic National Park is about one hour East of I-5 on Ca. State Hwy 36 or 44. Park amenities include: Camping, Fishing, Picnic Areas, Restrooms, Cross Country Skiing, Interpretive Trails, Parking, and Two Visitor Centers - one at each entrance to the park.Lassen Peak is one of many volcanoes-active, dormant, or extinct-that extend around the Pacific Ocean in a great Ring of Fire. This zone of volcanoes and earthquakes marks the edges of plates…
Tehama County
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Manton, CA 96059
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 45 mins/90 miles from Redding. Difficulty: Easy
Tehama County
5464
Mineral , CA 0
Lower Battle Creek Falls is a sight to see, with beautiful rugged terrain surroundings. The waterfall shoots off a cliff into the pool below where the river spreads and shallows, making it easy to walk across for a photo opportunity. A mossy cliff surrounds the water, creating an interesting atmosphere. This waterfall is moderately accessible.
Tehama County
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McGowan National Recreation Trail
CA 0
The McGowan Lake Cross-Country Ski Area has been in existence since 1982 and offers 10 miles of trails, 5 miles of which are periodically groomed. Access is on Highway 89, 2 miles north of Highway 36 and near the southern entrance to Lassen Volcanic National Park. Literally in the shadow of Lassen Peak. McGowan area trails wander through mixed conifer forest and are popular with beginning to advanced skiers. Elevations range from 5,020 to 6,200…
Tehama County
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Red Bluff, CA 96080
The Paynes Creek Wetlands are a series of man-made wetlands and ponds that are fed by a network of irrigation ditches as well as winter rains. The wetlands and ponds support a host of resident and migratory birds as well as water dependent mammals, amphibians and reptiles. Surrounding the wetlands is the remainder of the 17,000 acre Sacramento River Bend Outstanding Natural Area (Bend) which supports a wide variety of habitat types, wildlife, historical and…
Tehama County
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311 Washington St.
Red Bluff, CA 96080
530-527-1129
Featuring photographs from 1918, saddles, chaps, bronze statues and more, each representing the cowboy heritage of Red Bluff and Tehama County. Open Mon - Fri. 9 am - 4 pm.
Tehama County
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P.O. Box 275
Tehama, CA 96090
530-384-2595
The museum preserves and exhibits artifacts that represent the cultural heritage of Tehama County. Exhibits include early agriculture, Native American Indians - Yana and Nomlaki, and early transportation.
Tehama County
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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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