Live Your Best Life in Redding

Redding’s a great place to live – the scenery’s gorgeous, the weather’s great, the schools are good, and there are many recreation opportunities. It’s the perfect size too – small enough so there are no long commute times, but large enough so you can find the stores and businesses you’d expect in a larger city. Looking for a job? Top industries in Shasta County include recreational manufacturing, food processing, machining & fabrication, technology, and medical devices. Start your search at the California Unemployment Office right here in Redding.


Known as the ‘Trails Capital of California,’ Redding’s 250 days of sunshine make it an ideal place for outdoor activities like swimming, hiking, and golf. Hop in the car and let the adventures begin.

Sundial Bridge

Walk! Designed by famed architect Santiago Calatrava, the Sundial Bridge is an architectural marvel. The glass decked cantilever suspension bridge reaches 217 feet into the sky and, spans 710 feet across the Sacramento River, and is one of the world’s largest working sundials. Take 15 minutes to walk across it. Go!

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Sacramento River – Bike!

The pride of Redding’s trail system is the Sacramento River Trail, an extensive network that runs along the banks, offering stunning views of the river and nearby mountains, and a close-up look at one of the most breathtaking bicycle/pedestrian bridges in the country.

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Shasta Lake

Fish for bass, crappie, catfish, and sturgeon on this 30,000-acre reservoir, the largest in California. A typical summer day finds the refreshing blue waters sprinkled with fishing boats, jet skis, inner-tubes—almost anything that floats.

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Burney Falls – Hike!

Possibly the most beautiful waterfall in California, 129-foot Burney Falls crashes down into a mist-filled basin.

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Whiskeytown Lake

Explore California’s Gold Rush history when you visit the crystal-clear waters of Whiskeytown Lake. Native Americans lived here and President John F Kennedy came in person to dedicate the dam.

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Lake Redding Golf Course

Good 9-hole public course and beautiful greens, with nice people and cold beer in the club house. Prices are competitive!

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WaterWorks Park

Popular waterpark rides include the Cyclone, Avalanche, Raging River, Dragon, and 3 giant serpentine water slides. Come play in the waves at Cowabunga Beach wave pool. Free parking!

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Mt Shasta Mall – Shop!

Mt. Shasta Mall has a unique retail mix that offers vibrant amenities, scenic landscaping, and a wealth of outdoor recreation options. Conveniently located at the intersection of three major freeways, Mt. Shasta Mall is highly visible and easily accessible.

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Events in Redding

Everything from concerts and farmers’ markets to car shows, painting classes, and the Annual Bug Run. Never a dull moment when you consult the Redding Events Calendar.

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Still looking for a new experience?

The 150 miles between Redding and the coast are among the most beautiful 100 miles of scenic travel on the planet.

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Sacramento River RV Park 6596 Riverland Drive Redding, CA 96002
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