Fun Fact #13
John Bidwell built the first irrigation ditch in the Sacramento Valley



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Outdoors : National Forests

Mendocino National Forest



In Chico: Genetic Resource and Conservation Center (formerly known as Chico Tree Improvement Center). Native conifers' seedlings are grown here and then planted on natioal forests throughout the state. Visitors can stroll along a self-guided, wheelchair accessible nature trail beside a creek. Two picnic sites. Day use only. Open seven days a week. Location: 2741 Cramer Lane.

Snow Mountain Wilderness (Glenn and Lake counties) has miles of high-elevation trails.

Campgrounds: Plaskett Lake, 36 miles northwest of Elk Creek. Masterson Group Camp, one miles from Plaskett Lake.



Address:
825 N. Humboldt Ave., Willows  95988

Phone: 530-934-3316
Handicap Access:Yes



 
   
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