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Redding Tourism: Best of Redding

About Redding
There's a variety of water sports in Redding, from waterskiing, swimming, fishing and sailing in this northeastern California town. When you're ready to dry off, there are also plenty of land-based activities, like hiking in the national forests and parks, following walking trails through the 220-acre arboretum, or spending time exploring two fascinating parks: Shasta State Historic Park and Turtle Bay Exploration Park. At Shasta State, you'll find the ghost town of Shasta City from the Gold Rush days, complete with restored stagecoach, barn and courthouse, with eerie reminders of where prisoners were kept and sometimes hanged. The ever-expanding 300-acre Turtle Bay Park houses the Turtle Bay Museum, with extraordinary hands-on exhibits focusing on the environment and an outstanding collection of American Indian baskets. The kids will love the park's Paul Bunyan's Forest Camp, which includes a playground, logging and ecology exhibits and the popular summer butterfly house, where the fragile winged creatures flit about and alight on welcoming visitors.

Essential Redding

Redding Is Great For

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The great outdoors


Frequently Asked Questions about Redding

Some of the most popular restaurants in Redding include:

Redding is known for some of its popular attractions, which include:

If you're a more budget-conscious traveler, then you may want to consider traveling to Redding between September and November, when hotel prices are generally the lowest. Peak hotel prices generally start between March and May.