Rustic cabins and vintage cottages clustered along the scenic Feather River for roughing it. Hotels, condo’s or resorts for those who want a bit more. Plumas County has plenty of places to stay depending upon your preferences of destination, budget, amenities and attitude.LEARN MORE
Dining in Plumas County just might surprise you. With so many options, this complete list of restaurants will help you find dining anywhere. From one region of the county to the next, this dining guide is designed to help you break into the culinary scene of Plumas County.LEARN MORE
Plumas County is the place where wilderness is untouched. Explore the natural beauty that is etched in the snow-capped peaks and towering pines. It is a four-season travel destination with fresh mountain air to invigorate you, and pristine, blue waters to refresh you.LEARN MORE
Set in a picturesque location of alpine mountains and open meadows, Indian Valley is a community located near Lake Almanor and the Lassen Volcanic National Park. Rich with pioneer history and adventurous tales; Indian Valley has lots to explore.LEARN MORE
“It’s truly the Great Outdoors! No matter where you go in Plumas County, it never disappoints.”
“Vacations to Graeagle are a family tradition. It started with my grandparents vacationing here in the 70’s and has come full circle to my grandchildren who enjoy the same little quaint town that holds so many memories for me.”
"A mountain bike race brought me to Plumas County, and I’ve not stopped visiting since. Venturing out from Quincy to the surrounding areas as made me a Plumas County fan!"
"You can keep Tahoe because Plumas County has everything to offer except the crowds. A big vacation winner in my book!"
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Plumas County, California
A four-season destination, Plumas County has more vacation experiences than one trip can hold. From Lassen Volcanic Park, along the Feather River Scenic Byway, across the Pacific Crest Trail, over to Lake Almanor, Bucks Lake and every quaint town in between – Plumas County is a wilderness of wonders.
520 Main St., Room 309
Quincy, CA 95971