Here are a few of the other attractions in our area
|McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park
These Falls are neither the highest nor the largest waterfall in the state, but many
people consider them the most beautiful. Unlike other waterfalls in this
area, Burney Falls continues to flow at the same rate all year long.
Located on Hwy 89 approximately 6 miles North of Hwy 299 E. The Park
includes a developed campground, and two miles of frontage on Lake
Britton. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, boating and water skiing.
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The Intermountain Area offers many varieties of fishing. There are several cold lakes or mountain steams for bass and trout, or warmer waters for catfish and crappie. Two wild trout steams Hat Creek and Fall River - offer trophy trout to the dedicated fly fisherman or those fishing with artificial lures.
(Refer to the Ca. Sport Fishing Regulations Handbook for complete information)
The Subway Caves are located 1/4 mile north of the junction of Hwy 89 and 44. The caves, formed 20,000 years ago from flowing lava, provide over 1000 accessible feet to explore (bring a jacket and flashlight). Open from late May through October.
|Lassen National Volcanic Park and Visitors Center
The park's northeast entrance at Manzanita Lake is located approximately an hour's drive from the Intermountain Area. The park contains 150 miles of foot trails and over 50 back country lakes and streams. The Manzanita Lake and southwest entrances provide access to areas for ski touring, snow play and snowshoeing. The Lassen Park Road is closed between the southwest entrance and Manzanita Lake from late October to late May. Admission is charged.
|Fall River Valley Golf Club
A superb 18-hole, 4 1/2 star, championship golf course in Fall River Valley. Facilities include an informal restaurant, clubhouse, proshop, practice driving range and putting green. Open from March through November, the course is extremely popular and it is wise to reserve tee times two weeks in advance.