Things To Do In The Foothills Of California
Butte County, located in Northern California. Its southern border is approximately 55 miles north of the State’s capital in Sacramento. The county is situated on the eastern side of the Sacramento Valley, extending from the Sacramento River, on its western border, east into the foothills and western slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
#36 Hike to the 6th Highest Waterfalls in U.S.A.
To view this magnificent 640 foot waterfall, you’ll need about four hours of time since it’s a seven-mile, round-trip hike, but we bet you’ll remember
The spectacular view of the Sacramento Valley and coastal ranges make it a hike worth taking.
If you haven’t been to the top of Table Mountain in the Spring, you’ve missed a sight that folks travel from afar to view–the wildflowers in bloom.
#39 Early Pioneer Towns & Fun Sights
Settled in 1853 by a school teacher and his Cherokee Indian students from what is now the state of Oklahoma, Cherokee boomed from 1870-1886.
#40 Bridges, Tunnels & Breathtaking Views
This 130-mile drive beginning in Oroville offers spectacular views of the Feather River Canyon.
Berry Creek is a small foothill community 18 miles east of Oroville named for Henry Berry, an early pioneer settler, but the wild blackberries growing
Mountain House is said to have been used at a basement hideout for the robber, Black Bart.
Rainbow, brook, and brown trout fishing is good at both lakes, and swimming, picnicking, hiking and gold panning are all enjoyed
A mile high in the Sierra Nevada, tall pines, a crystal clear lake
This unique and entertaining museum with adjoining picnic area is a scenic half hour drive from Oroville
#46 Visit the Vineyards – Taste the Wines
Your Guide to the North Valley’s Fine Wines