Visitor Guide

So many things to see in Northern California!

Culture and Heritage
National and State Parks
Outdoor Recreation
+ Filter Results
Hwy 89
Old Station, CA 96071
This section of the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway begins at the northern edge of Lassen Volcanic National Park and is a continuation of the volcanic terrain from Lassen. Just a few miles north of the park is Old Station, which traces the historic Lassen and Nobles Emigrant Trails, both designated by Congress as National Historic Trails. This area served as a stagecoach stop and military post in the early part of California’s settlement. By the 1860’s…
Mt. Shasta/McCloud
1699 Hwy 273
Anderson, CA 96007
Travel from volcano country to the Pacific on this epic route to the state's wildest corners.
Shasta Cascade
Hwy 299 at Oregon St
Weaverville, CA 96093
In July 1848 Major Pierson B. Reading found gold on a sandbar in the Trinity River, and the following gold rush duplicated those in other parts of California. Though a few Chinese had probably come to California in 1840, there were only 54 Chinese men and one Chinese woman here by early 1848. But several thousand-most from the province of Kwangtung-arrived with the thousands of other gold seekers who came to the region. The miners…
Weaverville/Trinity Country
303 Gilman Avenue
Weed, CA 96094
Logging and town memorabilia including pictures and the jail are shown on a FREE tour of impressive interior and outside displays by a friendly docent. 
Mt. Shasta/McCloud
700 Western Pacific Way
Portola, CA 96122
Large collection of railroad equipment and artifacts, 39 diesel locomotives, 101 cars. Hands-on experience in authentic railroad facility. Rides summer weekends. To operate a diesel locomotive call 530-832-4532 for reservations. Open daily April 1st to October 1st, then Pumpkin Patch trains first two weekends in October (Sat-Sun), Santa Trains first three weekends in December (Fri-Sat).
Chester/Lake Almanor
315 Ash Street
Westwood, CA 96137
The Museum displays artifacts and pictures of the town as it was in 1913. Once the home of Red River Lumber Company, Westwood had the largest pine lumber mill in the world from 1913 to 1956. 
Susanville/Lassen Country
14412 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
This beautiful 220 foot waterfall was recently rediscovered in 2004. Since it's discovery, much work has been done to beautify and develop the area surrounding it. Accessible by car: Yes Hiking/walking required: Yes Distance: 3.4 miles round trip  Special Features: Visitors center has map to the falls. This beautiful 220 foot waterfall was
Redding/Shasta Lake
PO Box 188
Whiskeytown, CA 96095
• Whiskeytown Lake offers camping, picnicking, swimming, boating and offers free ranger guided kayak tours in summer • Whiskeytown Falls, 3.4 mile trail length to view the 220’ high waterfall. • Other activities include fishing, gold panning, hiking, hunting, horseback riding, sailing and mtn. biking • Rich history from 1849 California Gold Rush and the Historic Camden House from 1852 • Over 70 miles of hiking and riding trails, with four beautiful waterfalls to visit
Redding/Shasta Lake

Whitmore falls is one of the smaller waterfalls in Shasta County but is a popular spot for locals in the warmer months. Accessible by car: Yes Hiking/walking required: Yes Distance: Approx. one mile round trip Whitmore falls is one of the smaller waterfalls in Shasta County but is a popular spot for locals in the warmer months.  The falls drop
Redding/Shasta Lake

Mt. Shasta/McCloud
Showing results 221 to 230 of 233
Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
Things to Do | Wine & Dine | Events | Planning | Stay | Regions | Partners | Media | About Us | Contact Us
Website Developed by Drozian Webworks