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John Reginato River Access
Connects the J. Reginato Boating Access to a Bonnyview neighborhood 0.75 miles upstream. This fishing access trail is shaded and cool. Wheelchair Accessible More Information

Redding, CA
Kings Creek Falls
Kings Creek Falls is a great place for a photo opportunity as it is visually diverse with a fountain type look. All of its 46 feet cascade in different directions due to the protruding rocks behind. This waterfall is most visually stimulating during summer months when volume is less, allowing for a terraced appearance. This waterfall is moderately accessible. Trail crosses through Kings Creek Meadows and forests before dropping steeply down to the cascades and falls. Trailhead 1 mile east… More Information

Lassen Volcanic National Park , CA
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Lassen Peak Trail
The trail to the top of Lassen Peak begins at the peak parking area at an elevation of 8500 feet. The popular trail is 2.5 miles one-way to the summit. There are many fantastic vistas of the park and surrounding areas from the trail. The summit provides one of the most spectacular views of the Devastated Area, a view from the top looking down. This view is the best vantage point to contemplate the power of the 1914-17 eruptions. The… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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Lassen Volcanic National Park
Less than an hour's drive from Redding sits beautiful Lassen Volcanic National Park. The park boasts incredible mountain scenery reminiscent of Yosemite as well as fascinating thermal wonders similar to Yellowstone with just a small fraction of the visitors, making it one of our favorite California National Parks. Lassen offers three of the four different types of geothermal features, including steam vents, mud pots, and hot springs; all four types of volcanoes (shield, plug dome, cinder cone, and composite); and all… More Information
Hwy 36E
Mineral, CA 96063
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Lava Beds National Monument
Lava Beds National Monument is a land of turmoil, both geological and historical. Over the last half-million years, volcanic eruptions on the Medicine Lake shield volcano have created a rugged landscape dotted with diverse volcanic features. More than 700 caves, Native American rock art sites, historic battlefields and campsites, and a high desert wilderness experience await you! More Information
1 Indian Well Headquarters
Tulelake, CA 96134
(530) 667-8100
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Lema Ranch Trails
Those walking the McConnel Foundation Lema Ranch trails will notice a diversity of plants, from graceful weeping willows, to manzanita, oak, and pine trees, and native grasses. Many species of wildlife can be spotted, including ducks, red-winged blackbirds, egrets, and woodpeckers. Otters and muskrats occasionally show themselfs in the ponds. These serene, quiet paths among orchards, and views of mountain ranges are perfect for walkers and runners, but no pets, bicycles, or skateboards are allowed. Three main loops include: Secluded… More Information

Redding, CA 96003

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Lower Sacramento Ditch Trail
Trail follows the alignment of the Sacramento Ditch south of Walker Mine Road and connects to the Hornbeck Trail. Access off Hornbeck Trail - one mile from Hornbeck trailhead. More Information

Redding, CA 96003

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Manzanita Lake
Lassen Park's Manzanita Lake is about as picturesque as they come, and its beauty is just the beginning. It's famous for its large rainbows and browns, and can be fished from the shore, float tube, or drift boat. Try to keep your eyes on your line, because the birds, deer, and mountain views will compete for your attention. Or hike the Manzanita Lake trail, and easy, mostly flat trail that wraps around the lake. Great for bidwatchers, wildflower enthusiasts, and… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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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 96001

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McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park
The centerpiece of McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park is 129-foot Burney Falls. The waterfall, which is fed by underground springs and flows at 100 million gallons every day, can be enjoyed from above at lookout point. But for a more refreshing perspective, take the trail to the pool at the base of the falls and along the stream. The park features several hiking trails along the creek and through the park’s evergreen forest. You can even check hiking a portion of… More Information
Hwy 89
Burney, CA 96013
(530) 335-2777
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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 inherited and embraced the plan to develop the site as seen today. Today the Gardens comprise 20 acres of mediterranean-climate display gardens, a children’s garden, a medicinal garden, and two beautiful… More Information
844 Sundial Bridge Drive
Redding, CA

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Middle Creek Trail
“Stand and deliver!” Find the spot of the notorious Wells Fargo stage robbery by the dastardly Ruggles brothers. Look for stone walls from the original construction of that route within the picturesque and rugged Middle Creek canyon. Ride into the town of Old Shasta (go west on 299 ¼ mile) and checkout the Shasta State Historic Park and museum, it’s a great place for a picnic. More Information

Redding, CA
Mill Creek Falls
Mill Creek is one of Lassen's many waterfalls. The trail to the falls rises and falls through the red fir forest to an overlook of the falls. Continue across the creek to reach the top of the falls. Trailhead behind the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Amphitheater. More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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Mule Ridge and Swasey Trails
Trails of varying length for hiking and mountain biking provide great views of Lassen Peak, Mount Shasta, wildflowers, streams, and gold mining encampments. Reccomended loops include Escalator, Meiner's Loop, Wintu Loop, Mule Mountain Pass, and the Mule Ridge Trails. More Information

Redding, CA 96001

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Paradise Meadow
This scenic trail climbs gradually along a creek to a cliff encompassed meadow. The trail begins on the west side of Hat Lake. Small side trails lead to the lake edge which offers excellent views of the south side of Lassen Peak. After a half mile, the trail beings to climb as it enters a narrow ravine boarded by a tributary of the west fork of Hat Creek. The trail steepens again and the sound of rushing water grows louder.… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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Parkview Trail
The Parkview Trail is a 10’ wide concrete trail connecting the Parkview neighborhood and City Hall to open space adjacent to the Sacramento River. More Information

Redding, CA
Piety Hill Loop
Stunning views of Clear Creek Canyon and the Sacramento Valley await anyone who takes this beautiful loop trail at any time of the year. Much of the trail is within open grasslands and oak woodlands which enhances vista opportunities. More Information

Redding, CA
Ridge Lakes
This steep climb up a forested ridge rewards hikers with two small alpine lakes cradled in a basin between Brokeoff Mountain and Mount Diller. The beginning of the trail winds through ferns, grasses and wildflowers including Mules Ear, Indian Paintbrush and Lupine. Stops along the way provide glimpses of the Sulphur Works hydrothermal area and Sulphur Creek. The trail then switchbacks through forest before following a ravine up to the lake basin. Good views of Mount Diller can be seen… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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Sacramento River National Recreation Trail
The Sacramento River Trail, which crosses the world famous Sundial Bridge in the heart of Redding, and the Sacramento River Rail Trail, which extends north all the way to Shasta Dam and sits alongside an historic abandoned railway, have both been designated as National Recreation Trails in the National Trail System and together make up the Sacramento River National Recreation Trail. The winding trail is popular with locals and visitors alike who want to take a casual stroll, a beautiful… More Information
777 Auditorium Drive
Redding, CA 96001
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Salt Creek Trail
This trail connects the Westside Trail system to the Middle Creek Trail. You must hike/bike up Valpariso Street to the Westside Trail within the subdivision. From there you can access the Mary lake trailhead. Old mining features are found along the trail. See steel and rainbow trout when the creeks are high. More Information

Redding, CA 96001

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Terminal Geyser
Continues from Boiling Springs then follows the Pacific Crest Trail. Drops steeply to a clearing where steam runs over a steam vent. (Not a true geyser.) More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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Terrace, Shadow, and Cliff Lakes
These three jewels lie in cirques under the north base of Reading Peak, and are not difficult to reach. For the photographer they present plenty of contrasting colors, for the naturalist a variety of trees, flowers, birds, and animal life. From the sign at the highway the trail descends rapidly. The trail forks after 0.2 of a mile, the left fork going to Hat Lake and the right fork to Terrace Lake. After Terrace Lake the trail passes along the shore… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy
Mineral, CA 96063
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Three Sisters Trail
This trail follows a series of collapsed lava tube trenches as it meanders through a juniper and sagebrush wilderness area. You can easily turn this trail into a 10 mi (16 km) loop by connecting to the Missing Link and Bunchgrass trails. Trailhead can be accessed from the A-loop of the campground at Lava Beds National Monument. More Information
1 Indian Well HQ
Tulelake, CA 96134
(530) 667-8113
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Turtle Bay East Trail
Accesible via a concrete section west of the Sacramento River Trail. Also accessible form the north end of Bechelli. This 80 acre open space has one mile of Sacramento River frontage. More Information
844 Sundial Bridge Drive
Redding, CA 96001

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Upper Sacramento Ditch Trail
Follow the course of a regionally important ditch that once brought water to the early gold miners of the north Redding and Shasta Lake Cithy areas. Starting near the Shasta Dam visitor parking lot, this trail stretches to the trilhead at the end of Walke Mine Road. Stop on any of the three bridges to enjoy the spring-time cascades and falls on the northern portion of the trail. Take in the views of Shasta Dam, the Sacramento River, and Keswick… More Information

Redding, CA 96003

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