Driving on the roads along snowcapped mountains in Lassen County can be beautiful, calming and pleasant. For some, that drive can become frustrating, tiring, and hazardous really quickly. The California Department of Transportation has provided the following tips to help make your mountain traveling during the winter pleasant and safe. (more…)
Lassen County in February can mean beautiful scenery and fun events without the crowds. Come check us out!
Lassen Volcanic National Park “Manzanita Lake Ranger-led Snowshoe Walks”. This event is on February 1st at 1:00 PM at the Loomis Ranger Station. 1 and half to 2 hour walk, and a $1 donation is requested. Shoes are provided. Reservations are required for groups, but not for individuals or families. For more information, email email@example.com or call (530)595-4480. (more…)
January is right around the corner. Whether you are living in the Lassen County or visiting, there is a lot going on! Here are some events that are happening this January:
Susanville Elks Lodge Monday Night Football & Taco Feed. Every Monday this month from 5:00 PM-8:00 PM at the Susanville Elks Lodge. For more information, visit www.susanvilleelkslodge.com or call (530)257-4810. (more…)
If you live in or are visiting the Lassen County area during Christmas time, you may be wondering what to do! Aside from the many activities in the snow, we can suggest some family activities in and around our beautiful RV Park during December:
Old Fashioned Country Christmas Craft Faire. Friday, December 5th and 6th, 4:00 PM-8:00 PM. This year’s fair will be held at the Veteran’s Memorial Hall, 1205 Main St., Susanville. The funds from the booth space will go to the Blue Star Moms to assist them with their activities on behalf of our military. (more…)
If you live in or are visiting the Lassen County area during Christmas time, you may be wondering what to do! Aside from the many activities in the snow, here are some more things to do with the whole family in November and December:
Lassen Senior Services Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot. Thursday, November 27th, 8:30 AM-9:30 AM. Bring non-perishable food item donations or cash to Riverside Dr., Reno, NV 89503 to benefit Meals on Wheels. (more…)
If you are looking for something fun for the whole family to do this winter, head to the Lassen National Forest! With winter coming the time has come to dust off the skid and snowshoes and plan a vacation. As of December 26, snowmobiles and skis will take over traveling routes and vehicles will be restricted in those areas for safe use. (more…)
The Bizz Johnson Trail is along the Susan River in Lassen County. If you like to take your RV on vacation and explore the wonders of the great outdoors, then this destination is great for all sorts of family activities such as hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, wildflower viewing, wildlife watching and bird watching.
Following along the old Southern Pacific railroad route, this trail winds 25.4 miles beginning at Susanville and ending at Mason Station. During the first 16 miles, you are traveling along the beautiful Susan River. After, the trail winds through the rugged Susan River Canyon. This beautiful scenery crosses the river 12 times going through tunnels and on bridges and trestles. As you look out, you are surrounded by forests of pine and fir. The trail also leads you through an area of a semi-arid canyon. Toward the end, the trail follows several roads for 4.5 miles leading into Westwood, where you will run into a railroad station kiosk and the famous redwood carved stature of Paul Bunyan. (more…)
Are you an RV enthusiast? Are you looking for a history-rich, park like and exciting RV park to stay while you explore the local attractions and outdoor beauty of Northern California? Lake Almanor has a long history in the pursuit of recreational activities. To escape Sacramento’s hot summers, people have been coming to Lake Almanor since the early 1860s.
Lake Almanor has much to offer!
With 52 miles of shoreline, (more…)
Not only is Westwood an excellent vacation destination for its beauty; this location is rich in American History and Western Lore. In 1884, The Red River Lumber Company was established by Thomas Barlow Walker. When Mr Barlow decided to move his company from Minnesota to California, he selected Westwood as the ideal location and along the way he created the legend of Paul Bunyan & Babe the Blue Ox. (more…)
Are you new to RVing or are you an old hand? We know most RV parks are well run, but are they all the same? Many times, it is not just the park but the campers that make a difference of a great stay or terrible memories. At Lassen West Village, we have created an RV Park that encourages the best of RVing. We know you are here to enjoy nature, good friends, make some new friends and take advantage of the peacefulness of the Northern California Mountains.
So, we thought we would take just a minute and review the basics of good campground etiquette, and of course our Village rules and management will help everyone enjoy their stay. (more…)