NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Tourism Recreation & Hospitality Council

Quincy

Plumas County CourthouseWelcome to Quincy, the Plumas County seat, nestled against the western slope of the Sierra Nevada range and tucked at the edge of the lush American Valley. Quincy was recently named one of 2013's "Coolest Small Towns" by Yahoo Travel. The largest community in Plumas County, Quincy is located midway between Oroville and Reno on the Feather River National Scenic Byway (State Route 70). Quincy's Main Street is known for its attractive downtown historic buildings that have been the focus of preservation and restoration. This enchanting town features a strong commitment to the arts, with numerous musical and dramatic events being staged at the historic Town Hall Theatre and the West End Theatre, both on Main Street.

Just west of Quincy is Feather River College, a two-year college set on a hill overlooking the valley. "FRC" is well- known for its outdoor recreation, equine studies and natural resource curricula. For more information on the Quincy area, call the Quincy Chamber of Commerce at 530-283-0188.

For more details on Quincy, please visit the Quincy Chamber site. 

 

Camping

Plumas National Forest
6 miles east of Quincy, Squirrel Creek Road, 8 miles towards Argentine lookout
No fees, 5 sites, tents only, vault toilets, no piped water, campfire permit required when campfires allowed.
no reservations

Plumas National Forest
4 miles southwest of Quincy in Meadow Valley
No fees, 7 sites, tents & Rvs, vault toilets, no piped water, campfire permit required when campfires allowed.
no reservations

No. Calif. Facility Group Camp 39285 Highway 70
Quincy

530-283-0844


2 RV sites, full hookups, showers,
3 tent sites, 8 camping cabins, internet access, seasonal

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Pioneer RV Park 1326 Pioneer Road
Quincy

530-283-0769
http://www.pioneerrvpark.com


next to the fairgrounds
62 RV sites, full hookups, showers, flush toilets, laundry and dump station, open all year, store
Rated in the top 300 RV Parks in the country! Pioneer RV Park nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains is situated in a relaxed natural setting that is both quiet and shady. Located between Lassen National Park/Lake Almanor and beautiful Lake Tahoe, Pioneer RV Park is only 70 miles from Reno, Nevada and 75 miles from Oroville, CA.

Plumas County Fairgrounds Fairgrounds Rd
Quincy

(530) 283-6272
http://www.plumas-sierracountyfair.net/camping.html

Group contracts only
217 sites, tents ok, full hookups, showers and flush toilets, open all year.

River Ranch RV Park 42331 Highway 70
Quincy

(530) 283-1908
http://www.campingfriend.com/RiverRanchRVPark/default.asp?file=Home


42331 Highway 70
31 RV sites, full hookups, showers, laundry facility, open all year

Plumas National Forest
7 miles southwest of Quincy in Meadow Valley
No fees, 6 creekside sites, tents & Rvs, vault toilets, no water, campfire permit required when campfires allowed, no reservations

Plumas National Forest
16 miles west of Quincy off Bucks Lake Road
No fees, 8 sites, tents only, vault toilets, no piped water, no swimming in lake, no reservations

Plumas National Forest
8 miles northwest of Quincy off Bucks Lake Road
No fees, 8 sites, 8 corrals, 9 family campsites, tents only, vault toilets, no piped water,
no reservations


Plumas County

info@plumascounty.org | 530-927-5180

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