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This area of the Sacramento River is a hidden jewel. There are usually very few people, especially in the morning. Our favorites are the pristine Perry Riffle area and the Bend. Lots of great places for picnicking, too. The quietness is amazing, sometimes there's only...More
There we were, stuck in bumper to bumper traffic on the I-5 going through Sacramento. The long drive from Palm Springs to Red Bluff (the first leg of our journey back to Canada) had been made even longer by a series of traffic jams—many, according...More
The Sacramento River is underused. The Bend area has a small grocery store and some cooked foods. You can grab a snack and head across the street to the Bend Boat Launch. There are nice restrooms, picnic tables and you can easily get into the...More
Great wild life area for the most part. Have seen some unsavory folks camping in the middle of nowhere here but I'm usually hunting and armed so not scared. Miss the river being higher level for more boating but floating is relaxing. Plan to fish...More
We went out to the Sacramento River Bend Area. We also explored the different trails such as Yana Trail. Its a bit dried out now being the end of summer. There is good views of the river in some areas and in other ares its...More
We took a break from our drive and went to see the Sacramento River bend Area. We took a short walk on one of the trails. There is also places people who have boats can put in their boats to explore the river; we saw...More