When the valley heat becomes too much to bear, lots of folks like to dive into the water to cool
Completed in 1968, it stands 770 feet high and is 6,920 feet across the top. It is the tallest and
Camping opportunities abound at this State Recreation Area, including boat-in campsites and ten two-tiered floating campsites, along with the more
13 – Get Teed Off If golfing is your sport, Oroville offers three courses with widely differing terrains. The Lake
41-Mile Freeman Bicycle Trail Completed in 1996, this trail provides 41 miles of scenic off-road recreational riding for All Terrain
Catch the Updrafts If you think you’ve seen all there is to see in the Oroville area, don’t
Whether you want to pitch some horseshoes or hold a family reunion, these parks can accommodate you.
Dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of last century’s military history and memorabilia, the owners have been collecting for over 30 years.
Just outside the Oroville city limits are 11,000 acres of preserved natural beauty with ample opportunities for fishing enthusiasts and birdwatchers. Egrets, beaver and river otters are among the many animals found here.
You can watch model airplanes being flown all most every day—every description of plane and some with wingspans of 120 inches—even helicoptors.