Redding Recreation Management Area


The Redding Field Office encompasses approximately 9,914,000 acres within the north central portion of California. BLM administered public lands total approximately 257,000 acres scattered throughout the middle and lower elevations of the resource area. Over 1,000 individual parcels of BLM administered land range in size from a fraction of an acre to over 28,000 acres. Lake Shasta, Mount Shasta, the Trinity Alps, the Trinity River, and the Sacramento River attract visitors from throughout the country and other nations. The Redding Field Office is consolidating public lands in a few larger areas to meet this recreation demand and to protect important natural resources.


Eagle Lake Field Office 2950 Riverside Drive Susanville, CA 96130





Redding Field Office 355 Hemsted Drive Redding, CA 96002


Biking Camping Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Off Highway Vehicle Wildlife Viewing


BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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