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Lake Shasta Caverns

20359 Shasta Caverns Road
Lakehead, CA
About Us: Your Lake Shasta Caverns adventure begins with a ride across the crystal blue waters of Shasta Lake on a 65 foot catamaran. As you cross ...
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Mount Shasta Ski Park

104 Siskiyou Avenue
Mount Shasta, CA
Since 1985 Mount Shasta Ski Parkis your Mountain of fun,Mt Shasta Ski Park has 425 acres of skiable terrain, including 32 trails, 275 inches of ann...
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Gallery in Mount Shasta

201 North Mount Shasta Blvd, Suite A
Mount Shasta, CA
About Us:- The Gallery in Mount Shasta is the place to come for beautiful art featured in our collections: Mount Shasta images, Native American, W...
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Mount Shasta Sisson Museum

1 North Old Stage Road
Mount Shasta, CA
Mission: Illuminating the past, present, and future of the Mt. Shasta Region History and Purpose:Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum is a self-supported, volu...
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Water Works Park

151 North Boulder Drive
Redding, CA
Waterworks Park-Coolest Place in Redding. We have all the thrills and spills you want in a water amusement park. We have rides for all ages from th...
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Turtle Bay Exploration Park

844 Sundial Bridge Drive
Redding, CA
Mission:Turtle Bay Exploration Park educates visitors of all ages with entertaining and stimulating exhibitions and programs that interpret the com...
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Living Memorial Sculpture Garden

13221 US 97
Weed, CA
The Vision: In the summer of 1987, Ric A. Delugo, an artist and Vietnam vet, envisioned a living memorial to Vietnam veterans: a dedicated forest ...
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Need 2 Speed

1501 Market Street
Redding, CA
About Us:- Need 2 Speed is located in Downtown Redding, California. Need 2 Speed is open to the public seven days a week. We are located in the hea...
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Cascade Theatre

1731 Market Street
Redding, CA
 About Us: The Cascade Theatre was constructed in downtown Redding in 1935 as a 1,348-seat movie palace and vaudeville stage. One of the few ...
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