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There's a variety of water sports in Redding, from whitewater rafting on the Sacramento River to waterskiing, swimming, fishing and sailing on Shasta Lake. There are also plenty of land-based activities, like camping or hiking in the national forests and parks, following walking trails through the 220-acre arboretum or spending time exploring two fascinating parks: Shasta State Historic Park and Turtle Bay Exploration Park. At Shasta State, you'll find the town of Shasta City from the Gold Rush days, complete with restored stagecoach, barn and courthouse. Turtle Bay Park houses the recently opened Turtle Bay Museum and the Sundial Bridge.

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Boating

A ride by boat that too in a cooler weather will be just wowww… Shasta Lake, being one of the most popular boating and tourist place in western United States has attracted visitors from all over the world to enjoy the combination of weather, recreational services and beautiful scenery that Mother Nature has to gift you with our boating facilities.

Boating

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Shasta State Historic Park

The Shasta Historical Society who works with Shasta State Historic Park has marked its presence 6 miles west of Redding in the town of Shasta. You will enjoy a row of brick buildings that are half ruined, cottages, cemeteries, historic roadways and County Courthouse which is restored (1861).

Shasta State Historic Park

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Hiking

A magnificent granite peak with a backcountry loop around, visits four lake basins & dazzling views at every step of hike. Trinity Alps Four Lake Loop hike is one of the memorable thrilling hikes in North California. The staggering views and the perspective and environment diversity, discovery sense on each turn of the hike or trial will result you a wonderful experience throughout.

Hiking

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Swimming

A perfect way to channel ones inner fish!! Swimming, an all age activity which would be perfect for during scorching sun climate in the North state. Redding has poolside fun, wild water slides and lazy lakes to make your swimming a better experience than ever before. A lazy spot at Sacramento River or a silent cove at Shasta Lake can be amazing.

Swimming

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Fishing

A two layered confinement which provided habitat for cold water and warm water fishes. Fishing services are available by boat and also shoreline. There are commercial boat ramps at Lake. The Jones Valley and Silverthorn areas can be reached through Bear Mountain Road. Rental fishing boats will be available at most of the lake marinas. Don’t wait friends…Make your way

Fishing

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