Fall River Valley
Recreational activities in the Valley include:
Golf, the Fall River Valley Golf and Country Club is frequently rated as one of California's favorites, this beautiful 18-hole course, designed by Clark Glasson and opened in 1980, features large well-maintained bentgrass greens, multiple tee areas and carefully manicured fairways. With yardages from 5600 to 7400, it is suitable for golfers of all skill levels. The course rating is 74.7 and has a slope rating of 134 on rye grass. The course is usually uncrowded and offers an intimate playing experience. It has received mention for excellent "pace of play" and as an "outstanding value" in Golf Digest's "Places to Play". Hole 3 is a long 672-yard, par 5, with a double dogleg fairway it was one of the last par 6 holes in California and always provides a challenge for any player.
Fishing, between the volcanic peaks of Mt Shasta to the north and Mt Lassen to the south hold the finest concentration of wild trout waters in California. Two remarkable spring creeks and three freestone rivers offer a range of fly fishing opportunities unmatched on the west coast. These rivers are all within easy driving distance of each other, as well as many other tributaries worth visiting!
Birding, Eastern Shasta County is an exceptional birding area. In the spring and the fall, in particular, it's possible to see 50 to 60 species in a day. With so many lakes, streams, and wetlands, vast numbers of waterfowl stop to rest and feed on their migrations making the Fall River Valley an attraction to waterfowl hunters. A few birds that reside in the valley include nesting bald and golden eagles and osprey, sandhill cranes, and American avocets. Prairie falcons and peregrine falcons nest in the canyons of the Pit River. Goshawks and spotted owls may be seen and heard in the forests. The Ash Creek Wildlife Area, a few miles east of Fall River Mills, is home to a great number of species.
With so much more to see give us a call today? We'd love to show you around!