California Bucket List ~ Shasta Cascade Region

Headed back into the mountains today! Time to hit up the northern mountainous region in the state.

Burney

  • McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park: Enjoy Burney Falls, the centerpiece of this park.

Castella

  • Castle Crags State Park: Enjoy rock pinnacles along these trails.

Chico

  • National Yo-yo Museum: Largest display of yo-yos in the nation.

Gridley

  • McCutcheon Pearl Harbor Battle Monument: World War II Memorial.

Lakehead

  • Lake Shasta Caverns: Tour includes a boat ride along Shasta Lake and an hour tour of the caverns.

McArthur

  • Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park: Cruise a freshwater spring.

McCloud

  • McCloud River Falls: Pass three waterfalls as you hike along the river.

Mineral

  • Lassen Volcanic National Park: Enjoy hiking along steam vents, boiling pots, and volcanic peaks.

Montague

  • Herd Peak Lookout: Enjoy a hike to this mountain overlook.

Old Station

  • Subway Cave Lava Tube: Enjoy a ranger led tour of this underground wonder.

Oroville

  • Feather Falls: The 6th highest waterfall in the United States.

Redding

  • McConnell Arboretum and Botanical Gardens: Beautiful gardens to explore.
  • Sundial Bridge: Enjoy this unique piece of architecture spanning the Sacramento River.
  • Turtle Bay Exploration Park: Features a museum and forestry and wildlife center.

Tulelake

  • Lava Beds National Monument: Includes more than 700 caves and historic battlefields.

All attractions found in the 2019 California Travel Guide.

 

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