Wander Above, Venture Beyond in Siskiyou
An adventure seeker’s dream destination – that’s Siskiyou. Located in the northernmost region of California, where untamed adventure runs free. […]Read More
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Explore new horizons in Siskiyou, where each season offers a fresh perspective.
Learn more about the Rescue Ranch!
Come fly with us in one of the most beautiful places in Northern California!
An easily accessible swimming hole with a picnic table nearby in Dunsmuir’s town center, a half mile drive past the bridge from Butterfly Avenue.
Jack & Jill’s of all trades is a gift shop and gallery featuring all local artists and entrepreneurs.
The Marble Rim Gallery is cooperatively organized to promote, support and encourage artists.
The River Run Gallery is located at 151 Main St. in historic downtown Weed, at the north base of beautiful Mt.Shasta in Northern California.
Our “State Of The Art,” low stress facility has been designed and built for the safety, comfort and emotional well being of your pet.
McCloud offers family fun and year-round recreation opportunities!
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The Yreka Creek Greenway lies completely within the city limits of Yreka, California, along 5 miles of Yreka Creek and Greenhorn Creek.
YMCA Center in Yreka.
The Tule Lake Unit, WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument includes both the the Tule Lake Segregation Center and Camp Tulelake.
Located in MCloud, a quaint historic village on the south slope of majestic Mt. Shasta.
Little Shasta Church is a church built in 1878, located in Little Shasta, California.
Nestled in the beautiful Siskiyou National Forest at an elevation of 3600 feet, you can find the Weed Historic Lumber Town Museum.
Located in the Heart Of Mount Shasta, the high-fire community pottery space offers studio memberships, classes, gifts and clay playdates!
A historic cabin once occupied by the first female U.S. Forest Service Fire lookout.
Welcome to the Franco-American Hotel, the home of the G.W. Nelson Collection.
Headquarters of Mt Shasta Recreation and Parks District is located within the rustic, 26 acre Mt. Shasta City Park, one mile north of downtown Mt. Shasta.
A scenic city park with green grass, a shaded pavilion an dKlamath River access.
Ceramic painting, canvas painting classes glass fusing workshop and Ice Cream Parlor/ Cafe. Place for kids parties and ladies nights!
The Yreka Theater is the premier location for presentation of artistic talents as well as an ideal setting for seminars and ceremonies.
Welcome to the Miner St.Arthouse – where local artists have found a unique niche in Siskiyou County and beyond to share a little bit of themselves.
Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum consists of three large exhibit halls and an events room for special activities and displays.
Heinz Danzberger Gallery is a Photography and Fine Art Gallery located in Mount Shasta California.
Great place to catch the latest movies!
The Resource & Event Center is the REC. The REC is the premier Resource and Event Center in Fort Jones, California.
The Buddha Hole is a naturally formed swimming hole that also doubles as a popular camping and fishing spot.
Our city park is not what you expect to see when you hear the words “City Park.”
The 2200 square foot space is divided into three unique areas: the gallery, workshop/studio space and offices.
The highway leading up to Mt. Shasta.
A good-sized shaded city park that is dog friendly and room to picnic.
The Gallery in Mount Shasta is the place to come for beautiful art.
The museum contains many fascinating displays and unique artifacts. Rare photographs illumine the history of Montague and Siskiyou County.
The Dunsmuir Railroad Depot has been refurbished to ensure that Amtrak passenger service, the only Siskiyou County stop, continues in this historic railroad community.
Located in the Dunsmuir City Park in far northern California, the Gardens encompass ten acres of hilly, wooded area with a meadow containing the various gardens.
The largest park in Yreka, Greenhorn Park has been built around an expansive reservoir sourced by Greenhorn Creek.
The Klamath Basin Refuge Complex is made up of six (6) individual refuges all managed from one main office located in Tulelake, CA.
In 1985 a group of artists, writers, philosophers, and community members began informal meetings to discuss possible mutual activities, which would employ the arts to address social issues.
Three scenic byways run through the Klamath National Forest.
The all new Rain Rock Casino is located in Yreka, California, just 99 miles north of Redding, and just 55 minutes south of Medford, Oregon on Interstate 5 Exit 773.
West Miner Street’s Historic District has seven buildings that are recognized as California Historical Landmarks, including the Franco-American Hotel museum.
The Scott Valley Theatre Company (SVTC) is a group of volunteers dedicated to utilizing Etna’s historic Avery Theatre for the cultural enrichment of Scott Valley and the surrounding areas.
For the ultimate rustic-inspired, country chic wedding celebration, host your wedding day at The Dowling Ranch.
Historical museum located in Dorris.
An easy to find popular swimming hole with a moving current just upstream from the nearby bridge. Access via the Soda Creek exit on Interstate 5.
With a plaque detailing the discovery of gold in Yreka in 1851, Discovery Park is a cozy triangular park situated between Yama Street, Discovery Street and Park Place.
Born in 1868 near Whitewater, Wisconsin, Edward Curtis Sheriff became one of America’s finest photographers and ethnologists.
The view of Mt. Shasta is breath-taking.
The Siskiyou Performing Arts Center (SPAC), based in Yreka, began in 1974. A concerned group of Siskiyou county residents felt the need for community theater.
The outside of this “biggest little museum” features a Shasta Rain Rock and a wall incorporating obsidian, fossils, a cannon ball, mill stones, and Native American mortar and pestles.