Tehama Country, rich in western culture, boasts many opportunities for the horseman, including hundreds of miles of trail rides, indoor and outdoor arena access and horse sporting events.
The Visitor Center offers a variety of resources to support your Tehama Country experience, including maps, shuttle service and staff with personal experience to help develop and customize your visit.
The Yana trail is an eight-mile long trail crossing riparian zones, rolling blue oak savannah, and lava rock canyons, offering dramatic views of the Sacramento River and the surrounding landforms. Wildflowers are spectacular in this area in the spring. For more information and trail head maps, visit www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/redding.html
The Sacramento River Bend Outstanding Natural Area (ONA) is a valuable historic and natural resource that presents many recreational and educational opportunities. From the lush riparian areas surrounding the Sacramento River and it’s tributaries to the expanse of the rolling hills of blue oak savannah, the Sacramento River Bend ONA offers diverse habitat for bald […]