How to get there:Highway 299, 4 miles northeast of Bieber, Ca.Highway 139, approximately 58 miles from Susanville, Ca.
Access:From Highway 299, at the town of Bieber, take Bieber Lookout Road north; Highway 299, at the town of Adin take Lookout Road West; From Highway 139, at the town of Adin take Lookout Road West. (Road 87)
Bizz Johnson Trail
The Bizz Johnson Trail follows the route of the old Fernley and Lassen Railroad line, which was established in 1914 for transporting logs and milled lumber to and from the Westwood Mill.
In Susanville, follow State Highway 36 (Main Street) to Weatherlow Street. Turn south on Weatherlow, which
becomes Richmond Road, and continue 0.5 mile to Susanville Railroad Depot Trailhead Visitor Center. The trail
begins at the depot (601 Richmond Road)
Established in the fall of 1976, the Litchfield Corrals were the first facility opened in California. Located 21 miles east of Susanville, CA on US Highway 395, the facility covers approximately 80-acres with numerous pastures and corrals.
Some of the wild horses of this region trace their ancestry to horses raised on the range that were used as mounts for the U.S. Cavalry.
Litchfield Wild Horse & Burro CorralsUS Highway 395Litchfield, CA
Long ago the area was inhabited by many different groups of Native Americans, including the Hat Creek, Mountain Maidu, Valley Maidu, Paiute, and Pit River, all of whom hunted and fished at Eagle Lake.
Eagle Lake was created by the melting of glaciers during the last ice age and is the second largest natural lake in California. It covers more than 22,000 acres and has over 100 miles of shoreline. The lake sits in a closed drainage basin with no outlet and only limited surface water flowing into it.
Aptly named, Eagle Lake is a great place to view golden & bald eagles nesting. The lake is also home to the unique Osprey Overlook, a ½ mile trail near Gallatin Beach that gives a chance to view osprey nests and flight up close. There also is a wide variety of other water fowl for observation.
Here you can see old weapons, bottles, photographs and more from the County's founding fathers. It is also home to many historic items from previous centuries including authentic arrowhead collections and Native American art, to the last remaining pieces of historic uptown businesses that have long since vanished.
The Lassen Historical Museum and Roop's Fort are located near Memorial Park at 75 North Weatherlow Street in Susanville.
Summer: Monday-Friday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm; Sat 11:00 am -3:00 pm;
Antelope Lake is one of the more remote, quiet lakes on the forest. At 5000 feet in elevation, Antelope Lake is located in the north eastern part of the Mt. Hough Ranger District. It is a small remote lake with 15 miles of shoreline.
DIRECTIONS: Antelope Lake is located 30 miles NE of Taylorsville on the Genesee/Antelope Lake Rd. From Janesville, on Hwy 395, take County Rd. 208 for four miles, then FS Rd. 28N01 for nine miles, turn right on FS Rd. 28N03 for two miles.
The 28,000-acre lake provides ample boating, swimming, water skiing and sailing opportunities. A boat ramp can be found in the north campground.
Fishing in the lake or nearby streams, is a popular activity. Anglers will find a variety of trout, bass, salmon and catfish, among other species.
The Lake Almanor Recreation Trail can be accessed from within the campground. The trail winds through the forest, providing spectacular views of the lake, nearby Dyer Mountain and Lassen Peak. The trail stretches approximately 9 miles along the west shore of the lake.
First constructed in 1910 by the Great Western Power Company as part of theUpper North Fork Feather River Project, the dam was originally planned to be built of masonry but was later changed to an earthfill design. The dam's primary purpose was to store water for the Western Canal Company, an irrigation district in theCentral Valleyand a subsidiary of Great Western.
Set along the shores of Lake Almanor and in the shadow of Mount Lassen, this traditional mountain design will challenge your game and reward your senses.
Bailey Creek offers a complete golfing experience from our accommodations, practice facility, casual dining, event planning and top-notch golf shop. Bailey Creek offers a challenge to golfers of all playing abilities.
Ask About the Junior Golf Camps for ages 5-11.
Bailey Creek Golf Course433 Durkin DriveLake Almanor, CA 96137
Just north of Quincy in Plumas County, the Indian Valley includes fishing, hiking, swimming, picnicking and camping in the Plumas National Forest.
It is home to Indian Falls and is widely known for its spectacular full fall splendor.
Plumas County's "Scenic Byway Link" travels through the quiet, historic communities of Canyon Dam, Greenville, Crescent Mills, and Taylorsville and is a connection between "Feather River National Scenic Byway" on Hwy 70, just north of Quincy and the “Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway", which begins at the northern boundary of the Plumas National Forest.
It’s a popular place for fishing and picnicking, and is nearby to the Greenville campground. The area is also great for bicycling.