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917 Kelly Ridge Road
Oroville, CA 95966
530-538-2219
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
Oroville/Lake Oroville
156
115 N. Weatherlow St
Susanville, CA 96130
530-257-3292
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.
Susanville/Lassen Country
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2550 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA 96130
530-257-2151
The Lassen National Forest, at the heart of one of the most fascinating areas of California, called the Crossroads, covers a wild, mountainous area of volcanic origin. It is an area of great variety offering a wide array of recreational opportunities and adventures. Some of the most outstanding attractions include: • Eagle Lake – the second largest natural lake in California, offering fishing, boating, water-skiing, sailing, hiking trails and camping. • Hat Creek Area – in the shadows of Lassen Peak are campgrounds and picnic…
Susanville/Lassen Country
2840

530-595-4444
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 trail to Bumpass Hell). A typical summer day will see hundreds of hikers strung out along the path, appearing like a parade of ants to…
Burney/Eastern Shasta Country
2841

530-595-4444
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. The range of scenery that one is exposed to along the way is incomparable, unforgettable and extraordinary. A parade of towering peaks, dee
Susanville/Lassen Country
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P.O. Box 100
Mineral, CA 96063
530-595-4444
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 Description: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…
Red Bluff/Tehama Country
466
1 Indian Well Headquarters
Tulelake, CA 96134
530-667-8113
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 seasonal guided tours
Yreka/Klamath River Country
2862
39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
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 on northern aspects offering plenty of snow and spectacular views of
Quincy/Feather River Country
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P. O. Box 301
Weed, CA 96094
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 ten, stylized metal sculptures depicting the passions of war. Separate installations by artist Dennis Smith portr
Mt. Shasta/McCloud
2857
39696 Hwy. 70
Quincy, CA 95971
530-238-0555
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 a scenic view of some rocky bluffs.
Quincy/Feather River Country
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