Plumas County is a county located in the northeastern part of the state of California, United States. It is situated in the Sierra Nevada region and is bordered by Lassen County to the north, Sierra County to the south, Butte County to the west, and Nevada County to the southwest. As of the 2020 census, the population was 19,790.
Lake Almanor is a large reservoir located in Plumas County, in the northeastern part of California, United States. The lake covers an area of about 28 square miles (72 square kilometers) and has a maximum depth of about 90 feet (27 meters).
Canyondam is a small community located in Plumas County, California, United States. It is situated in the eastern part of the county, near the eastern shore of Lake Almanor, and is part of the Chester census-designated place (CDP). The population was 31 as of the 2010 census, down from 37 as of the 2000 census. On August 6, 2021, the community was destroyed in the Dixie Fire.
Taylorsville Tavern is a family owned and operated by the Armanino Family since before 1965. Tony and Judy Armanino manage and run the bar. Great place to come in after a day hiking, hunting, fishing or working or just to visit with the locals. Like us on FB so you'll receive our event notificatons.
Indian Valley Museum houses many artifacts that represent the different centuries of the Beautiful Indian Valley. The Maidu Native American historical baskets and history, as well as the extensive mineral specimens of Francis Musser. Many fossils, rock carvings, and sculptures are featured in the Gem and Mineral Room. An impressive collection of Maidu baskets, arrowheads, and artifacts are in the Mountain Maidu Room.
Groceries, specialty items, beer and wine, brought to you by food enthusiasts. Boasting an international selection of artisan cheeses and cured meats, Young's Market has been a landmark of Taylorsville since the 1800's.
Almanor Campground is a large family-friendly facility for individuals and large groups alike. It provides direct access to beautiful Lake Almanor and a variety of recreational opportunities in the area.
The Plumas National Forest occupies 1,146,000 acres of scenic mountain lands in the northern Sierra Nevada providing recreational opportunities, sustainable supplies of wood, water, hydro-power and forage, habitat for fish and wildlife and diverse plant communities.
Plumas-Eureka State Park was established in 1959, and provides visitors with a glimpse into a fascinating period of California history. The focal point of the park is the museum building and historic area surrounding it.
Lower Bucks Campground has 7 lakeside sites. The campsites are well separated along the shore. A Boy Scout camp is located nearby. The Scout camp is often rented to other youth and church groups. Fishing and boating are popular, along with swimming, hiking and mountain biking.
Located along the beautiful Feather River, the Pine Aire Resort is sure to satisfy all your vacationing needs. Each cozy, and historic cabin offers all the comforts of home with fully furnished bedrooms, living rooms, bathrooms, and kitchens.
The Clio Trestle is a railroad trestle on the historic Feather River Route of the Union Pacific Railroad. It is located in the Sierra Nevada near Clio in Plumas County, California. The trestle is 172ft high and 1005ft long.
Williams House Museum promotes research and public education through its Museum collection. Visitors to the Museum can see Museum exhibits, attend events at the Museum, and access Museum educational programs.