Spring is making its way to the Northern Sierra!
With the snow rapidly melting from Plumas County’s higher
elevations, and ice disappearing from the lakes, spring promises to
offer visitors a unique experience.
Ample snowmelt is creating some awesome whitewater for river rafting, along with waterfalls and brimming lakes. 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.
Take advantage of low-season rates and a wider range of lodging options and campsites before summer arrives. Family-run lodges, restaurants, RV parks and unique shops will welcome you! And check out the lodging and camping spring specials.
We thank our newest most-generous sponsor, Plumas Rural Electric/Lost Sierra Rec and Tech. Rec & Tech is a collaborative committed to promoting the beauty and uniqueness of our region, helping to make it a premier destination to live, work and play.