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Population: 83


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96095

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Whiskeytown California is a hikerís paradise with a 220 foot waterfall that cascades down into a crystal clear beautiful pool of water. Getting to Whiskeytown, which is in Shasta County, could not be simpler from Sacramento or even farther south. One of the biggest attractions of Whiskeytown is the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. Here you have Whiskeytown Lake which offers numerous waterfalls, water recreation, hiking, and mountain biking and horseback riding. Whiskeytown Lake has over 30 miles of shoreline and the lake itself is 3,000 acres! Itís an ideal place for swimming, scuba diving, fishing, and kayaking. If camping is the families plan for the weekend or the week, then it cannot be done at a better location then Whiskeytown CA.

Camping is available at the campgrounds as well as other back country camp sites. Hiking and mountain biking are popular on the many trails of Whiskeytown California with the historic section of the park and the gold rush era mines being popular attractions. If panning for gold seems like a wonderful thing to do, then you can have a ball and maybe find a giant golden nugget at Whiskeytown.

The village of Whiskeytown California is a hikerís paradise as the area is home to some of the best and most spectacular trails known to man! The confluence of the Klamath Mountain Range and the Sacramento Valley are the reasons for this variety of flora and fauna that is unique to the area. A drive through the location of Whiskeytown CA is one that the family will not forget for times to come.


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