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A bike ride across the Sundial Bridge in Redding, Ca
Two people hiking next to a lake at Lassen Volcanic National Park.
A group of people fishing on the Sacramento River beneath the Sundial Bridge in Redding, CA.
Marcel Siegle
A family at Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark in Redding, CA.
A bike ride across the Sundial Bridge in Redding, Ca
Two people hiking next to a lake at Lassen Volcanic National Park.
A group of people fishing on the Sacramento River beneath the Sundial Bridge in Redding, CA.
Marcel Siegle
A family at Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark in Redding, CA.

How much time do you have between games?

Redding offers many ways for families and friends to have fun off the field- here are a few ideas:

If you only have 1 hour: 

Grab some gelato at Sweetspot and check "world's biggest sundial" off your list of Been There/Done That record-holders. Walking across the Sundial Bridge affords beautiful views of the Sacramento River and the McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, as well as the opportunity to marvel at an engineering...well, MARVEL. The glass-bottomed bridge and its 217-foot pylon are a spectacular sight, and the nearby Turtle Bay Museum store and cafe offer gifts and refreshments. The bridge is located in the heart of Redding. 

If you have 2 hours:

Go way, way back in time at Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark, where you can experience prehistoric stones, crystals, and rock formations. You have to see it to believe it! All tours begin with a scenic catamaran ride across the lake, then a bus ride up 800 feet of the mountainside, culminating with the ultimate underground adventure! Call ahead for current tour times. The Lake Shasta Caverns are 17 miles north of Redding, just off Interstate 5. 


Take the dam tour! Shasta Dam may not be ancient, but it's still impressive! The ninth tallest dam in the USA, it holds the largest reservoir in California and generates hydroelectric power. The free, guided tour offers all sorts of interesting facts, including information about its storied construction, which included a conveyor belt that stretched 9.5 miles long. Tours are offered 7 days/week at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m. The tour takes 1 hour and visitors are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start. Shasta Dam is about 10 miles north of downtown Redding, along Interstate 5. 

If you have half a day:

We've already covered giant sundials, underground caves, and hydroelectric power, why not waterfalls? Whiskeytown National Recreation Area has four major waterfalls to choose from, the largest being 220-foot Whisketown Falls, accessible from the James K. Carr trail. A favorite among locals for escaping the summer heat, Whiskeytown Falls is beautiful year-round and the moderate trail is a great opportunity to enjoy nature while getting your exercise in. Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is 8 miles west from downtown Redding, along Highway 299.

If you have a whole day:

As volcanoes go, Lassen Peak is our favorite. Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to smoking fumaroles, meadows freckled with wildflowers, clear mountain lakes, and numerous volcanoes. Jagged peaks tell the story of its eruptive past while hot water continues to mold the land. Lassen offers opportunities to discover the wonder and mysteries of volcanoes and to explore the undiscovered! Parts of the park are closed in the winter, but there is still plenty to see and do, including ranger-led walks in the Manzanita Lake area. Join a ranger for a one to two mile adventure exploring winter ecology and Lassen's geologic history. Visitors should meet the ranger outside the Loomis Ranger Station on the plaza at 1:00 p.m. and come prepared for a range of winter conditions. Dress in layers and carry food and drinking water. Lassen Park is about 50 miles east of Redding and has several entrances; check the official park site for seasonal road closure information. 

Even if your tournament schedule doesn't leave room for these adventures and activities, we hope you'll take advantage of Redding's many dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities listed below!

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Alta Mesa Park
This local park features baseball fields, a playground, tennis courts, and picnic tables. More Information
3600 Scorpius Way,
Redding, CA
Art Exhibit and Sculpture Park at City Hall
The walls on all three floors of Redding's City Hall are lined with spectacular artwork featured by local artists in an art exhibit that rotates quarterly. Outside, the beautifully landscaped grounds are home to both permanent and touring works of stone, metal, and Mosaiculture art pieces. More Information
777 Cypress Avenue,
Redding, CA
Behrens-Eaton House Museum
The Behrens-Eaton House will be closed until further notice to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.The Behrens-Eaton House, a Victorian style turn of the century home, is located at 1520 West Street, Redding, California. It was built by John Scott in 1895 and purchased by Charles Behrens, Sheriff… More Information
1520 West St,
Redding, CA
Buckeye Park/Softball Field
Enjoy this community park with a disc golf course, softball field, tennis courts, walking trails, and picnic tables. More Information
3500 Hiatt Drive,
Redding, CA
Caldwell Park
Located on the banks of the Sacramento River, Caldwell and Lake Redding Parks offer “Jump River,” a play area for children under 5 years old; Redding Skate Park, a 20,500 square foot outdoor concrete skate and BMX structure featuring 3 large bowls, 1 low rail, 1 high rail, 1 half… More Information
58 Quartz Hill Road,
Redding, CA
Cascade Park
2975 Girvan Road,
Redding, CA
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
Country Bowl
Country Bowl will be closed until further notice to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.We're your source for family fun in Redding! We're located at 2615 Bechelli Ln, just south of E. Cypress Av and west of I-5. Be sure to check out our party packages, as… More Information
2615 Bechelli Lane,
Redding, CA
Enterprise Park
Home of Kid’s Kingdom and Fantasy Fountain, Enterprise Park features a water volcano that “erupts” every 6 minutes (seasonal); a large, shaded children’s play area; picnic pavilion; outdoor roller hockey rink; soccer fields; basketball courts; and Redding’s only disc-golf course. Bring the whole family for a day of fun, or… More Information
4300 Victor Avenue,
Redding, CA
Farmers Market
Shasta Farmers Market provides organic vegetables, fruits, and more! Get everything you need for your picnic on the trail, including a bouquet for your beloved, honey sticks for your sweet kiddos, and a cup of coffee to get you moving. Enjoy browsing our handmade items such as clothes, bird houses,… More Information
777 Cypress Avenue,
Redding, CA
Historic Hawes Farms
Historic Hawes Farms was established in 1863, and we are the 6th generation of Hawes still on this land! We have nearly 150 years of farming in our blood, and Historic Hawes Farms is still a real working farm — growing hay, fruits, vegetables and walnuts seasonally. We are in… More Information
21923 Dersch Road,
Anderson, CA
Lake Redding Park
Lake Redding Park is a beautiful 10 acres close to down town Redding and a stone's throw from the Sacramento River, with a picnic pavilion, playground, horseshoe pits, restrooms, and a boat ramp. Spend a lazy afternoon or host a high-energy birthday party- either way, it'll be a memorable day… More Information
2275 Benton Drive,
Redding, CA
Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark
A trip to Shasta Caverns is ‘Three Adventures in One!’ Enjoy a scenic catamaran cruise across Shasta Lake, a fun bus ride to the cave entrance, and an information-filled tour of what some geologists consider one of the most beautiful limestone caves in the USA! More Information
20359 Shasta Caverns Road,
Lakehead, CA
Lake Shasta Dinner Cruise
Lake Shasta Dinner Cruise will be closed until further notice to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your adventure in northern California is only complete if you experience a Dinner Cruise on Shasta Lake! With a mouth-watering menu, gorgeous lake setting, beautiful sunsets, emerald green waters, and the… More Information
20359 Shasta Caverns Road,
Lakehead, CA
Mary Lake Park
Mary Lake Park, on the west side of Redding, is 29 developed acres with tree-lined walking trails winding their way around a man-made lake. Enjoy this walk with your dog and bring your binoculars for wildlife viewing. More Information
1696 Lakeside Drive,
Redding, CA
McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Gardens portion of the McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens is the newest addition to Turtle Bay Exploration Park. The Redding Arboretum, one of four organizations that merged to create Turtle Bay Exploration Park, along with its supporters, initially drove the development of a series of gardens. Turtle Bay… More Information
844 Sundial Bridge Drive,
Redding, CA
Oasis Fun Center
For over 45 years, Oasis Fun Center has been providing safe, clean fun for families of all ages. Offering a variety of activities like miniature golf, go carts, laser tag, rock climbing, escape rooms, and bumper boats, there is something fun for everyone to try. More Information
3330 Cascade Blvd,
Redding, CA
Rare Air Trampoline Park
Rare Air has implemented new safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, including hand-sanitizing stations and frequent cleanings.Rare Air Trampoline Park is northern California’s newest hot spot for family fun! Our 10,000 sq. feet of trampoline space includes: multiple dodge ball courts, slam dunk basketball hoops, an air bag pit, our… More Information
3625 Old 44 Dr,
Redding, CA
Redding Aquatic Center
State-of-the-art aquatic center features an Olympic size, 50-meter by 25 yard competition class swimming pool, recreation pool with zero depth entry, children's play feature, and a 160-foot water slide. More Information
44 Quartz Hill Road,
Redding, CA
Schreder Planetarium
Schreder Planetarium will be closed until further notice to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. This multi-media science education facility provides student and community education in Astronomy and Space Science. The beautiful, domed theater features digitally created sights and sounds including full-dome images, all-dome video, real time… More Information
1644 Magnolia Avenue,
Redding, CA
Shasta Dam
Shasta Dam tours are canceled and the visitor center is closed until further notice to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Three Shastas lookout point and other outdoor areas remain open.Shasta Dam is a curved gravity dam across the Sacramento River at Lake Shasta and provides beautiful… More Information
16349 Shasta Dam Blvd,
Shasta Lake, CA
Shasta Lanes
Shasta Lanes offers 24 lanes of automatic scoring, plus Bumper Bowling for the younger ones, Cosmic Rock N Bowl (4 Nights A Week), leagues for all abilities and ages, birthday parties, a snack bar, group events & fundraisers, monthly fun tournaments, a full service shop, a bar, and game room. More Information
11093 Black Marble Way,
Redding, CA
Shasta State Historic Park
The Shasta State Historic Park is closed to vehicular access until further notice to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The museum is closed.Six miles west of Redding a row of old, half-ruined, brick buildings remind passing motorists that Shasta City, the "Queen City" of California's northern mining… More Information
Hwy 299,
Shasta, CA
Sundial Bridge
Designed by Santiago Calatrava the Sundial Bridge is an architectural marvel! The glass decked, cable-stayed cantilever suspension bridge reaches 217 feet into the sky and, spans 710 feet across the Sacramento River, and is one of the world’s largest working sundials. As an environmentally conscious structure, Sundial Bridge was intentionally… More Information
844 Sundial Bridge Dr.,
Redding, CA
Turtle Bay Exploration Park and Museum
The Turtle Bay museum, parrot playhouse, and mill building will be closed until further notice to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Paul Bunyan Forest Camp will remain open. Hours: 10am-4pm Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a 300-acre campus along the banks of the Sacramento River with… More Information
844 Sundial Bridge Parkway,
Redding, CA

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