The Gallery in Mount Shasta is the place to come for beautiful art.
The Lower Klamath Wildlife Refuge, with a backdrop of 14,000-foot Mount Shasta to the southwest, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark.
The hatchery is temporarily closed through the end of 2021. Check back in 2022 for updated operating hours.
The Shasta Valley Wildlife Area contains approximately 4,700 acres of Great Basin juniper woodland, riparian forest, seasonal wetlands, and crop lands, with Mt. Shasta as a backdrop.
A very popular spot for fishing. During the warmer months, you’ll find plenty of local fishermen casting their lines in the shallow banks.
The Lower Klamath is part of the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.
Lake Siskiyou is a reservoir located just 2.3 miles from Mount Shasta. Fisherman will find a variety of fish including lake trout and smallmouth bass.
The Klamath Basin Refuge Complex is made up of six (6) individual refuges all managed from one main office located in Tulelake, CA.
Located off Interstate 5 on Highway 3. Marble Peaks Ranch raises white and natural colored Corriedale sheep and breed pedigreed Anatolian Shepherd dogs.
Tule Lake NWR, established in 1928, Tule Lake Refuge encompasses 39,116 acres of mostly open water and croplands.
In association with River Dancers rafting company, the Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center is putting on a special FUNdraisier rafting trip!
There is a short, but great hike in Shasta Valley to take you to Trout Lake. It has stellar views all around and highlights the high desert scenery.
Located on the Oregon/California border riders pedal through scenic farm country and spectacular sites including the first US National Wildlife Refuge, the Valor of the Pacific National Monument and the […]
A 46,900 acre refuge with areas for wildlife viewing, waterfowl hunting, a Visitor Center, environmental education and refuge virtual tour.
Butte Valley Wildlife Area is approximately 13,400 acres of wetlands, sage flats, and farmlands, including the 4,000-acre Meiss Lake.