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811
2600 Old Ferry Road
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-2500
The museum is a WPA built rock building with changing displays.   Created alongside the Feather River on the site of Oroville’s first park, the nature center features walking trai
Butte County
276
43030 Fort Crook Museum Avenue
Fall River Mills, CA 96028
530-336-5110
The story of the Indians and early settlers of this area are depicted by several rooms of antique furniture, a blacksmith’s shop, the old Fall River jail, early farm implements, old school house, log cabin and Indian artifacts.
Shasta County
467
11913 Main Street
Fort Jones, CA 96032
530-468-5568
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".
Siskiyou County
2173
Graeagle - Clio, CA 96103
1-800-326-2247
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. | Special Features: 250 Foot falls. Located in the pristine Alpine wilderness of the
Plumas County
596
1789 Montgomery St.
Oroville, CA 95965
800-655-GOLD
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 in Sank Park, Minasian Azalea Gardens and The Depot
Butte County
2822
502 Pearson Rd.
Paradise, CA 95969
530-872-8722
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. 
Butte County
623
3207 Rutherford Rd.
Gridley, CA 95948
530-846-7505
• 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
Butte County
5342
132 Main Street
Greenville, CA 95947
(530) 284-0927
Located in a beautifully restored warehouse building (circa 1876), the Cy Hall Museum features a timeline of history for Indian Valley. Open Thursday through Sunday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., May - September.
Plumas County
2175
Trinity Alps, CA 96031
530-623-2121
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
Trinity County
5409
P.O. Box 992
Oak Run, CA 96069
530-356-2189
HarvestWild provides the resources and knowledge for outdoor learning and guiding experiences in hunting, fishing, field to table, wild game cooking clinics and foraging nature walks. We cater! 
Shasta County
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Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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