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Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
#1 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Brandy Creek Falls
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
You can pick up a trail map at the Visitor center as you enter the park and buy your visitor pass.
Shasta State Historic Park Redding 4.5 mi away
#4 of 17 Nature & Parks in Redding
The park and museum has lots to share on the history of Old Shasta, including gold mining in the area, the historic buildings to wander through, etc.
The park is open Thursdays through Sundays; free admission but donations gratefully accepted.
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Brandy Creek Beach
#3 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Crystal Creek Falls
#4 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Clear Creek Vista Trail
#5 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Mill Creek Trail
#6 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Mule Mountain Pass Trail
#7 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Papoose Pass Trail
#8 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Oak Bottom Water Ditch Trail
#9 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Davis Gulch Trail
#10 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Mount Shasta Mine Loop Trail
#11 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Kanaka Peak Trail
#12 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown
Whiskeytown Lake Redding 7.2 mi away
#1 of 17 Nature & Parks in Redding
Beautiful area, great Ranger program especially in the summer with kayak trips, hikes and nature walks.
There's a Visitor Center at the eastern end - closest to Redding - and you need to purchase a Visitor Pass or show your National Parks pass.
Swasey Recreation Area Redding 5.9 mi away
#11 of 17 Nature & Parks in Redding
Shasta Dam California 9.6 mi away
#409 of 3,091 Nature & Parks in California
You can enjoy boating, fishing, various water sports, camping, mountain biking, hiking, or watch deer while picnicking at the dam’s beautiful park setting.
When heading west on Shasta Dam Boulevard (CA State Route 151) toward Shasta Dam, there is a scenic overlook to your left where you can park your vehicle to take in some views of the dam and the lake it impounds,...
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Sacramento River Trail Redding 10.6 mi away
#2 of 17 Nature & Parks in Redding
Recommend a walk, bike ride, scooters, incumbent bike, wheelchair, a jog, etc. Gorgeous, beautiful paved trail that starts at several entrances to the heart--The Sundial Bridge and park.
It winds along the river up stream and down for miles while going past natural retreats, parks, Turtle Bay and the famous Sun Dial walking bridge.
Turtle Bay Exploration Park Redding 10.2 mi away
#3 of 17 Nature & Parks in Redding
Kids exploration park is both educational and fun even for adults!! Great place to take family when the are in town.
The Turtle Bay Exploration Park offers a beautiful setting, free parking, a museum with changing exhibits and a gift shop / snack cafe.
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Sacramento Rail Trail Redding 8.2 mi away
#7 of 17 Nature & Parks in Redding
We ride the trail starting a sac river park down the river across the bridge an back.We are older an if we can do it you can.The trail is used by walkers and riders so be courteous if you are riding.You will enjoy...
Mother Nature is making sure of that.
Boulder Creek Falls
#13 of 13 Nature & Parks in Whiskeytown