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Redding Convention & Visitors Bureau

Redding Convention & Visitors Bureau
Redding Convention & Visitors Bureau

Business Name: Redding Convention & Visitors Bureau
Business Genre: CVB, West, Great Photography Spots

Redding, California


Located in the heart of Northern California, the picturesque city of Redding serves as an outdoor adventure hub for all group travel. Fly into Redding Municipal Airport or drive two hours north on Interstate 5 from Sacramento. Redding is also three hours from San Francisco.
Labeled as the sunniest city in California, with over 300 days of sunshine per year, Redding is surrounded by 14 national and state parks, mountains, volcanoes, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, caves, trails, and educational sites with informative guided group tours. Best of all, the lack of traffic makes for effortless accommodations to 22 tour bus-friendly hotels that feature more than 2,000 rooms, conveniently situated near 300+ restaurants and free or low-cost attractions.
At the epicenter of the city is the famous Sundial Bridge, one of the largest working sundials in the world. The glass-decked pedestrian bridge stretches across the Sacramento River, linking the arboretum and botanical gardens to the 300-acre Turtle Bay Exploration Park & Museum, which features interactive experiments and various wildlife exhibits.
“Redding’s famous Sundial Bridge is an icon that most tours have stopped to marvel in but what most don’t realize is how much more the region has to offer,” says Jennifer Fontana, the Group Coordinator for the Redding Convention & Visitors Bureau. “That’s why the Redding CVB is now providing complimentary site visits and new incentives for tour operators, so we can showcase the variety of activities and top attractions in the area.”
Your group can learn about limestone caves on a tour of the Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark. A free guided tour is also available of Shasta Dam, the largest man-made reservoir in California, which also generates hydroelectric power. For 1860s California Gold Rush history, Shasta State Historic Park has you covered with guided tours of the mining city ruins, courthouse, jail, and gallows.
Nearby Lassen Volcanic National Park features all four types of volcanoes in one park and offers the chance to study geothermal activity of steaming fumaroles and bubbling mudpots. It is also a popular spot for hiking trails and waterfalls, just like McArthur-Burney Falls State Memorial Park, where you can see the majestic 129-foot Burney Falls.
With mountains all around and natural wonders in any direction, it is obvious why the San Francisco Chronicle called the region “California’s Last Frontier.” Make Redding a stop on your tour to explore the undiscovered California.


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