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Natural Feature
“Californias premier Lake for kayaking and Sailboating (almost decimated by The CARR Fire in 2018) it’s still an absolutely beautiful place to Spend the Day at Brandy Creek Beach.”
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Route
“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 bike ride, or a long run. Parks, bathrooms, trailheads, and scenery along the trail make it a convenient and pleasant way to get some fresh air while enjoying Redding's famous river.”
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Bus Station
“Old Shasta is only about half a block but it has an Old West general store, a silversmith and buildings from the California Gold Rush.”
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National Park
“Whiskeytown Lake’s beautiful crystal-clear waters, surrounded by mountain peaks, are perhaps the most prominent feature of the park. However, water-based recreation is only a small part of what the park has to offer. The 39,000 acres surrounding the lake hold four waterfalls, pristine mountain creeks, 70 miles of trails, and opportunities to explore the history of the California Gold Rush.”
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Parc
“Take the Keswick Dam route to get to Whiskeytown lake area. You’ll enjoy this scenic drive. There are a lot of fun things to do such as night time kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking and more. Some great history as well. ”
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Nature
“Great swimming, boating, kayaking, new waterfalls discovered, suntanning, camping, walk or ride around the dam, cemetery, historical sights and more! Sailboat Regattas and Walkathons to participate!”
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Natural Feature
“The Flanagan and Chamise Peak trails I just discovered this last year. Where has it been my whole life! Its one of my favorite hiking trails. Gorgeous views all the way up, spectacular view of the Shasta dam, Lake Shasta and Mount Shasta when you are at the top and there is a picnic table on top to boot. I love it”
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State / Provincial Park
“Shasta State Park is a world class museum. Their exhibits include Gold Rush era artifacts; 1850-1860 were Shasta's boom years! The Mae Helene Bacon-Boggs collection represents 100 years of California art. It is a must-see museum!”
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Natural Feature
“10 miles each way and heartbreak hill is at the end then you get to come back 10 miles”
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Route
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Bus Station
“The town of Old Shasta has a State Park, with a wonderful art museum. The museum has a nice collection of California artists. You can also tour the old courthouse, jail, shops and so on. Great local gold rush history.”
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Point of Interest
“Located in Shasta State Historic Park, just west of downtown Redding lies the remnants of a historic, and once very populated, bustling gold-rush town. Within this park you will find old brick buildings from the California gold-rush of the 1800s. ”
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