State and National Parks Near Red Bluff, CA
Embrace the bright colors and fresh air of the outdoors in Northern California by visiting some of the area's state and national parks near Red Bluff. You and your family can enjoy exploring new sights and learning about wildlife and plants.
Here are some Red Bluff parks to start you on your adventure.
1. William B. Ide Adobe State Park
Take a trip to one of Red Bluff's most popular state parks when you visit the William B. Ide Adobe State Park. The park offers breathtaking views overlooking the Sacramento River. It pays homage to its mid-19th-century origins with a visitor center and ranch buildings showcasing early settlers' hard work establishing the area.
The William B. Ide Adobe State Park is five minutes from Red Bluff KOA Journey.
2. Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park
You could also view another part of the Sacramento River during a trip to the Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park. You'll have many opportunities to engage in water activities, from canoeing, kayaking and tubing to boating and fishing.
The park is a wonderful spot to take in nature's beauty. You can also see how conservationists are working to recover natural habitats up to 24 acres with the Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park Riparian Restoration Project.
Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park is about 45 minutes south of our KOA Campground.
3. Shasta State Historic Park
Step into the past while visiting the Shasta State Historic Park, the landscape that once was the “Queen City” of California's northern mining district during the state's gold rush. Walk through the ruins and abandoned buildings from back then to get a glimpse into what life was like nearly two centuries ago. Most buildings are overgrown with grass and other foliage and are a must-see sight.
Shasta State Historic Park is about 40 minutes from the campground.
4. Lassen Volcanic National Park
When you want to go to a national park near Red Bluff, consider the Lassen Volcanic National Park. The park has diverse landscapes with impressive natural features like fumaroles, volcanic peaks, mountain meadows and alpine lakes. With over 150 miles of hiking trails, you and your family can stay active while viewing the area's striking terrain.
Lassen Volcanic National Park is about an hour northeast of the Red Bluff KOA Journey campground.
Stay at Red Bluff KOA Journey During Your Trips to the Parks
With all the recreation parks in Red Bluff, you and your family will stay busy adventuring. Whenever you need a comfortable base camp to rest between park visits, Red Bluff KOA Journey is here for you. Get ready for your state and national park trips by reserving your campsite with us today!