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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.
Kayaking and paddleboarding at Shasta Lake
Middle McCloud Falls
Kyle Sheppard
A family at Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark in Redding, CA.

Lakes and Rivers

So much shoreline around one town! Want a quiet bank to fish from? A beach to play on? Waves to ride or smooth water to paddle on? With so many lakes and rivers around, Redding has all of it. 

It’s easy to spend a weekend tearing it up on the water at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. Catch the wind in a sailboat on the always full Whiskeytown Lake, or jump on a kayak or standup paddleboard and glide across the crystal clear water. It won’t take long to understand why TIME Magazine labeled Redding as the “unofficial capital of kayaking.”

The fun in the sun continues at Shasta Lake. Tie the waterski, wakeboard or tube to your boat and cruise across the inviting water for an all-day escapade. Or, cast a line out over the Sacramento River as one of several spots that make Redding a top notch fishing destination. After a day on the trout-filled river, you’ll agree with Forbes, which named Redding a Top 10 Fishing Town in North America.

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