Exploring Red Bluff, CA

Exploring Red Bluff, CA

Red Bluff offers a variety of fun outdoor opportunities, whether you are local or just visiting. When you want to explore the area more, consider finding new places. Learn about some popular and exciting activities the whole family can enjoy.

3 Outdoor Activities to Do in Red Bluff

Take exploring new areas to another level when you focus on outdoor recreation. Here are some things to do in Red Bluff when you want to spend time outside.

1. Visit the Sacramento River Bend Area

You can enjoy various outdoor activities in Red Bluff, like visiting the Sacramento River Bend Area. The area is a historic and natural resource that offers many educational and recreational opportunities. You can enjoy spending time outside, from the expansive hills and wetlands to the trails and Sacramento River access.

The Sacramento River Bend Area is one of Red Bluff's must-see natural attractions. It offers excellent opportunities for hiking, biking, boating, birding, picnicking, hunting and more.

2. Take a Chinese History Tour

Go on a self-guided walking tour through Red Bluff's Historic Chinatown to learn about the history of some of the first Chinese settlers in Tehama County. The tour uses a mobile guide so you can move at your own pace while learning about Chinese history.

You can walk in the footsteps of the Chew family, who performed the last ancient 19th-century Cantonese funeral procession ritual in honor of Joe You Chew. He was the last Chew family resident in Tehama County who died at 99.5 years old.

3. Explore the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area

If you are looking for adventurous things to do in Red Bluff, consider visiting the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. The area is 42,000 acres of protected land where individuals and families can go to explore nature and have fun. You can enjoy water-based activities on Whiskeytown Lake, from swimming, boating and kayaking to fishing, water skiing and canoeing.

There are also plenty of things to do if you want to stay dry. Embark on hikes over rugged mountains or to the various waterfalls. You can also try gold panning. Red Bluff was a popular area during the California Gold Rush, and many structures remain from those days in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.

Book a Stay at Red Bluff KOA Journey

Stay at Red Bluff KOA Journey while you enjoy the many outdoor activities in Red Bluff. Our campground is the perfect base camp with everything you need to relax between your trips around the area. 

Plan your trip to Red Bluff, California, by booking your campsite with us today!

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