Top Choice National Park in Lassen Volcanic National Park

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Impressive Lassen Volcanic National Park has steaming hydrothermal sulfur pools and cauldrons that can be seen from the boardwalk in Bumpass Hell. At 10,457ft Lassen Peak is one of the world's largest plug-dome volc…
Mountain in Lassen Volcanic National Park

Lassen Peak

Lassen Peak, the world’s largest plug-dome volcano, rises 2000ft over the surrounding landscape to 10,457ft above sea level. Classified as an active volcano, its most recent eruption was in 1917, when it spewed a gi…
Wildlife Reserve in Lassen Volcanic National Park

Wild Horse Sanctuary

Since 1978 the Wild Horse Sanctuary has been sheltering horses and burros that would otherwise have been destroyed. You can visit its humble visitors center on Wednesdays and Saturdays to see these lovely animals or…
Museum in Quincy

Plumas County Museum

In the block behind the courthouse, this multifloor county museum has flowering gardens, as well as hundreds of historical photos and relics from the county’s pioneer and Maidu days, its early mining and timber indu…
Museum in Susanville

Lassen Historical Museum

Expect to learn your Susanville history here via the small yet interesting collection of photos and artifacts or chatting with the lovely curator. Susan Roop's (who Susanville was named after) 90-year-old granddaugh…
Historic Building in Quincy

Plumas County Courthouse

Pop into the 1921 Plumas County Courthouse, at the west end of Main St, to see enormous interior marble posts and staircases, and a 1-ton bronze-and-glass chandelier in the lobby.