Spring has arrived in the Northern Sierra! Snow has melted from Plumas County’s higher elevations, and ice has disappeared from the lakes. Spring promises to offer visitors a unique experience.
Waterfalls are flowing in the Feather River Canyon, streams open soon for fly-fishing, and it’s prime time for bird-watching. Don’t miss the season’s vibrant show of wildflowers across the forest and canyons. Follow tours and find the best spots for spring color on the Bloom Blog.
Mountain towns greet springtime with bike rides, quilt shows, concerts, tastings, fishing derbies, educational tours and more. Enjoy small town hospitality and maybe take in a play or other evening entertainment.
join us in welcoming our new regional tourism partner,
Geotourism. Visit recommendations by Plumas County residents and
Thanks to a generous sponsor, we are now able to offer you a free Plumas County Visitor Guide. Just send an email with your name and address and we'll send a guide right out to you.