Lassen's State Parks have developed many equestrian trails.
Please scroll down to review a list of trails, stables, and guided tours
Featured Lassen Lodging
Best Western Rose Quartz Inn ─ Click for reviews and book online
306 Main St., Chester, CA
Nestled among the Sierra Nevada Mountain range in northern California, lies the Best Western Rose Quartz Inn. This Chester hotel is located next to Lake Almanor offering a variety of water activities such as boating, water skiing and fishing.
Lassen Area Gold Panning & Mining
County Road A-14 (Johnsville Road), Graeagle, CA (530) 836-2380
Located on Jamison Creek, the park offers supervised gold panning programs during the summer.
The Rich Bar Mining Co.
Located 24 miles west of Quincy off Highway 70, Visitors can use supplied hand tools to pan for gold in covered gold panning booths. Call to find out current hourly and daily rates. Open daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Located on Highway 70 and Caribou Road, the private club offers free gold panning lessons and equipment usage for first-time gold prospectors. The club has some 2,000 acres of gold mining claims in the canyon and offers lifetime memberships to individuals. Dredges and high bankers are available for rent.
Gold Panning and Mining on Public Lands
Experienced gold prospectors can seek gold anywhere on public national forest lands that have not been staked (usually where posted). Among the more popular spots are the Middle Fork of the Feather River (just off Quincy-La Porte Road), Wapunsie Creek off Snake Lake Road, Spanish Creek, and the Lakes Basin Recreational Area. For more information on gold panning and mining rules, regulations and restrictions, contact the National Forest offices in Plumas, Lassen and Tahoe.
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