Redding CVB

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Redding, California welcomes a drive-to accessible Outdoor Classroom catering to many interests including: Astronomy; Biology; Geology; Hydrology; Minerology, and Volcanology.  Redding’s group tour and bus friendly hotels prioritize high standards of cleanliness and safety protocols with access to accommodate safe dining practicing, including outdoor dining, take-out, and room service.  Take you group tour or students to a fun filled learning experiences at the Schreder Planetarium, Lake Shasta National Caverns, Whiskeytown Lake, Shasta Dam, Mc Arthur Burney State Park, Lassen National Volcanic Park, Subway Tunnels, Bumpass Hell, Turtle Bay Exploration Center, McConnell Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, or the Wintu Cultural Center, Wild Horse Sanctuary, Hawkes Farm and/or our wide selection of Outdoor Art Sculptures.  Come experience our Outdoor Classroom followed by our incredible recess activities with 225 miles of trails, watersports, adventure challenges and our stunning Shasta Cascade scenic beauty.  Please visit www.VisitRedding.com or call 530-225-4010.


Member: NTA, ABA, MPI, STYA, CalSAE


Nearby Attractions that Influence Group Travel:

Sundial Bridge
Turtle Bay Exploration Park
Shasta Lake Caverns
Shasta Dam
Shasta State Historic Park 
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
McArthur-Burney Falls State Park
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Waterworks Park

Type: CVB
Tour Services:

  • Attractions
  • Lodging
  • Theater
  • Brochures
  • Slides/Photos
  • Transportation
  • Dining/Banquet
  • Group Planner
  • Itinerary Planning
  • Shopping

Open Year Round: Monday-Friday, 8-5


Redding CVB

Main Contact: Sheila Dougherty
1448 Pine Street
Redding, California 96001
Phone: 530.225.4010
Email: sheila@visitredding.com

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