Welcome to Plumas County California home to Quincy, Chester, Graeagle, Lake Almanor, Greenville, Bucks Lake, Portola, Lake Davis, Antelope Lake, Frenchmans Lake, Feather River, Taylorsville, Gold Lake, Silver Lake, Surrounding Areas and Chamber Nation.
Western Plumas County:
Where the Sierras meet the Cascades
The Lake Almanor Basin and surrounding area spread across a natural wonderland created by millions of years of geologic forces, a crossroad where the granite of the Sierra Nevada meets the lava of the Cascades.
Enjoy hours of pleasure on Lake Almanor with its 52 miles of shoreline, in Lassen Volcanic National Park which boasts the southernmost volcano in the Cascade range and in the 1.2 million acres that make up the Lassen National Forest and Caribou Wilderness area with over 300 campsites. This is a playground for all seasons, for all ages and any lifestyle.
The Basin and surrounding area offer world class fishing in lakes and streams, family fun on skis, wakeboards, tubes and jet skis, quiet mountain adventures in camping, hiking, biking, kayaking, horseback riding, birdwatching and championship golf.
Lassen Volcanic National Park
As a Gateway Community, Chester and the Lake Almanor Basin host the largest and closest selection of lodging and accommodations available for visitors to Lassen Volcanic National Park.
The new Kohm Ya-mah-nee Visitor Center, the Mountain Maidu word for "Snow Mountain", is open year round and features an exhibit hall, indoor theater and outdoor amphitheater, bookstore, gift shop and café.
Central Plumas County:
The Quincy Chamber of Commerce is a Quincy California based non-profit organization providing a comprehensive array of business services and fostering the enhancement of quality of life throughout our community. Assisting businesses, organizations and the community by providing membership services to promote and encourage economic growth and to encourage tourism, relocation and historic preservation.
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Eastern Plumas County:
PLUMAS is Pleasurable Living Under Mountains and Stars
We invite you to enjoy some of the best reasons for visiting or relocating to Eastern Plumas County
Stretching along the Middle Fork of the Feather River to the sprawling Sierra Valley there is much to see and do. Eastern Plumas offers premiere lodging, camping, golfing, dining, bird watching, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, winter sports and back country driving. Miles and Miles of beautiful scenery, mountains, wild flowers, fall colors, Lakes and this is just a taste of what is on offer in Eastern Plumas County.
The defination of tranquility was established in Eastern Plumas County. Step outside at night and you can enjoy a maginificent view of the galaxy. The Stars look like you could reach out and touch them. Breathe the brisk, fresh clean air. Listen! There's nothing to hear. Experience peace, quiet and serenity. We have an unlimited amount of all three.
Recreation is the first and foremost thought of reason for coming to our area. Those of us who have relocated here do enjoy these amenities; however, it is the lifestyle that most agree, is the reason for being here.
Our area offers clean air, clear blue skies, valleys, a mountain forest filled with the wonders of nature, and a lot of small town hospitality. There are no bumper to bumper traffic, or crowds (excluding events),no fast lane living here!
If you need a city fix, Reno is just an hour away. Serenity best describes the feeling of the area, most often referred to as "God's Country."
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