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There's a lot more to California than just palm trees and Golden Gates! Explore the magnificent far northern California landscape and you'll find awesome granite spires, beautiful painted dunes, breathtaking waterfalls, and the only bridge in the world that functions as a sundial!

Redding is centrally located in the heart of the great outdoors, and the opportunity for recreation is vast and varied. Surrounded on three sides by millions of acres of public land including Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Lassen Volcanic National Park, McArthur Burney Falls Memorial State Park, spectacular Mt. Shasta, and the pristine Trinity Alps, Redding is the perfect base camp for exploring the hotbed of adventure travel in California! Redding is also home to the magnificent Sundial Bridge, the newly renovated Cascade Theatre, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, and the Sacramento River National Recreation Trail.

Numerous backcountry roads and scenic highways and byways--including the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway All American Road--offer a great alternative when traveling to your favorite outdoor destination. Don't forget to bring your GPS so you can experience GeoCaching--there are nearly 200 geocaches in the Redding area just waiting to be discovered! 


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Action Sports Rentals
We are a locally owned Action Sports rental shop.. we rent out kayaks paddle boards jet skis and quads.. More Information
915 Wall St.
Redding, CA 96002
(530) 440-2216
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Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park
Ahjumawi Lava Spring State Park is an outdoor area with an abundance lava rock. The park features over twenty miles of park trails by which to explore the area. The park is located in remote northeastern Shasta County and can only be reached by boat. Visitors can launch into Big Lake at a PGE public boat launch known as Rat Farm. It is reached from McArthur by turning north off Highway 299 on to Main St., continuing past the Intermountain Fairgrounds, crossing over… More Information

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530-335-2777
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Antlers Resort & Marina
Welcome to Antlers Resort and Marina located just 30 minutes north of Redding, California on beautiful Shasta Lake.Located on beautiful Lake Shasta in northern California, Antlers is a full service resort specializing in houseboat rentals, competition ski boat rentals,patio boat rentals, jet ski rentals, fishing boat rentals, and moorage. We also havelake view cabins nestled in the trees within walking distance of the marina. Lake Shasta is located in northern California, approximately 160 miles from Sacramento. Antlers Resort is just off… More Information
20679 Antlers Road
Lakehead, CA 96051
(800) 238-3924
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Ash Creek Falls
Ash Creek Falls is known for being one of the tallest in the Mt. Shasta area at a single drop of 290 feet. The falls must be viewed from afar due to the canyon terraine and is best for viewing during summer months when glacier runoff is greatest. This waterfall is accessible by trail. More Information

McCloud , CA
Battle Creek
Battle Creek's 16 miles are home to Chinook salmon, steelhead trout, rainbow trout, and brown trout. It originates near Shingletown (east of Redding) and empties into the Sacramento River near Anderson (just south of Redding), and is open the last Saturday in April through November 15. More Information

Tehama County, CA

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Battle Creek Falls
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. More Information

Mineral, CA
Beatson Falls
In the unique terrain of Table Mountain, you will find Beaston Falls in a narrow canyon in Beaston Hollow. The best time to enjoy this waterfall is from December through April. More Information

Oroville , CA
Big Nasty Trail
The Big Nasty Trail is a fantastic loop trail that is named after a brush-covered formation of rough lava rock. Sweeping views of Lava Beds and the Modoc National Forest can be seen from here, and the trail is a fantastic spot to view the sunset. From the Mammoth Crater/Hidden Valley pullout, the trail starts just before the upper overlook and follows the crater rim before heading west toward Ponderosa pine forests. More Information
1 Indian Well HQ
Tulelake, CA 96134
(530) 667-8113
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Bigfoot Rafting
Since 1984 Bigfoot Rafting has been the go-to company for tourists and locals alike. Thanks to the support of our community and loyal customers we have grown to be the largest and most experienced rafting company in Northern California. Not only do we offer daily trips on the beautiful emerald waters of the Trinity River, but we also love to journey out and explore the South Fork, Cal Salmon, and Klamath rivers. No matter your experience level or preference, we… More Information

Willow Creek, CA
530-629-2263
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2400 Athens Ave
Redding, CA 96001
(530) 246-2453
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Bluff Falls
This waterfall is noticeable only to those who are looking closely and is most visible during the peak of the snow melt season. A stream down a dark cliff comes from an old quarry site that is overgrown with local vegitation which obscures the waterfall. Find it by looking to the hillside west of Highway 89 just south of the southern entrance to Lassen Volcanic National Park. This waterfall is easily accessible by trail and road. More Information

Lassen Volcanic National Park , CA

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Boardmart
Boardmart is Redding's only Total Board Shop (Est. 1995): offering the best selection of Snow, Wake, Skate and SUP gear north of Sacramento. Boardmart is a full service board shop for sales, service and rentals for all seasons. Superior Wintersteiger Stonegrind tunes and repairs by expert technicians for snowboards and skis in the winter and ding repairs for wake and SUP in summer. Check out the full selection of clothing, outerwear, swimwear (XS – DDD), shoes and accessories. Located in… More Information
1261 Market Street
Redding, CA 96001
(530) 243-2323
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Boiling Springs Lake
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 observe birds. More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Boulder Creek Falls
At over 138 feet tall, Boulder Creek Falls was thought to be the tallest waterfall in Whiskeytown National Park until the re-discovery of Whiskeytown Falls in 2004. With three cascades down a canyon covered in moss and ferns, you'll feel like you're in a dream. This waterfall is accessible by trail. More Information

Redding , CA

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Brandy Creek Falls
Brandy Creek Falls is one of the widest waterfalls in Whiskeytown National Park with five cascades that rush over the granite rock of the canyon. Here you will find the unique Indian Rhubarb displaying bright colors in spring and fall. In 2005 the trail to the falls was updated to make it safer, and more enjoyable for explorers. This trail connects to Rich Gulch Trail. This waterfall is accessible by trail. More Information

Redding , CA

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Bridge Bay Resort
Bridge Bay Resort is a complete resort featuring lodging, dining, groceries, tackle and bait, and a full-service marina. It's one of the most beautiful lakeside resorts in the state, and centrally located to make any arm of the lake accessible. We offer a large rental fleet of houseboats, ski boats, fishing boats and patio boats. Our lakeside restaurant, lounge, gift shop, pool and lakeside accommodations give you every choice for a relaxing, enjoyable vacation. More Information
10300 Bridge Bay Rd.
Redding, CA 96003
(530) 275-3021
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Brokeoff Mountain
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 of Lassen Peak, Conard, Chaos… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Bumpass Hell
Rocky trail with grand vistas decends to a boardwalk through Lassen's largest hydrothermal area. Trailhead at Bumpass Hell Parking area. More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Burstarse Falls
This waterfall makes it's appearance every year in late winter and early spring. It's source is a small granite basin where Burstarse Creek drains. This waterfall is moderately accessible. More Information

Dunsmuir, CA
Camp Creek Falls
Camp Creek Falls can be reached by driving and is a sight to see, with many tiers equaling 200 feet of waterfall. Be sure to have a high clearance vehicle and get ready for a rough ride to see this worthwile waterfall. More Information

Oroville, CA
Castle Crags State Park
Castle Crags State Park is named for 6,000-feet tall glacier-polished crags and offers swimming and fishing in the Sacramento River, hiking in the back country, and a view of Mount Shasta. The park features 28 miles of hiking trails, including a 2.7 mile access trail to Castle Crags Wilderness, part of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. The Pacific Crest Trail also passes through the park. Whether you need breathtaking views or just a pleasant walk in nature, Castle Crags has something for… More Information
Castle Crags Road
Castella, CA 96017
(530) 235-2684
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Chambers Creek Falls
Chambers Creek Falls offers a great photo opportunity with two levels of beautiful uniformity. The waterfall is surrounded by greenery and magnificent rocks on either side. At the base lies a large pool for swimming. Further downstream, past the pool are dainty waterfalls/rapids and if you're not afraid to get wet, you can get it all in one shot of your camera. This waterfall is strenuously accessible. More Information

Oroville, CA
Chaos Crags
Climbs gently throughforest before opening to the thinly forested edge of Chaos Jumbles. The trail continues down a steep path to the lake wich is often dry in the summer. Trailhead 0.1 miles after turnouff to Manzanita Lake Campground. More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Cinder Cone
Exposed path of loose cinders skirts the Fantastic Lava Beds and the Painted Dunes before climbing steeply to the summit. Trail continues into the crater and offers spectacular views of Lassen and the eastern park. Trailhead on sowthwest side of Butte Lake boat ramp. More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
(530) 595-4480
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Clover Creek Preserve
Clover Creek Preserve is tucked in behind a neighborhood in east Redding, and offers paved, flat trails great for walking or cycling. Enjoy the 2 mile loop with your dog, your favorite people, or just the beautiful view of Redding's rolling hills, oaks, and expansive sky. More Information
3705 Shasta View Drive
Redding, CA 96002

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