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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.

Redding Safety Tips

Sundial Bridge

Redding is a very safe area, and visitors can expect a non-dangerous vacation. (Except for maybe dangerously fun!) However, crime exists in all cities so you can do your part to stay safe by keeping your gear and valuables secured and not skulking about in the dark. Still have a concern? Contact the Redding Police Department, who'll be happy to help you with any issues and answer your questions.

Hand holding steering wheel in car.

In order to make sure your belongings are safe, bring all valuables in from your car when parked. Also be sure not to leave anything in your car that is vulnerable to heat - warm temperatures can lead to items melting or overheating if left in a non-air conditioned vehicle for too long.

A deer in a field.

With five national parks and six state parks within driving distance, Redding is the place to see all sorts of majestic creatures. Don’t get too close though! Respect nature and don’t feed or pet the wild animals. Use a zoom lens and enjoy wild animals from a distance.

Closeup of a yellow taxi.

Make sure to schedule your transportation ahead of time. Many local cab companies require advanced notice, especially for late night pickups. Ask the front desk at your lodging property, or stop by the Visitors Center for up-to-date information on local transportation options so we can make sure that your trip goes smoothly!

A purple water bottle on some rocks.

Be prepared! Make sure to bring water and sunscreen on your outdoor adventures - and don’t forget your walking shoes! Redding has over 225 miles of trails, so be ready when you go out for a full day - there’ll be plenty of places to explore!

A stack of Redding brochures.

Want to make the most of your trip? Request a Redding Visitor Guide, or pick one up from the Visitors Center at 1448 Pine St. when you're here to make sure you don’t miss a thing!



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