Plumas County exhibits one of nature's most powerful tapestries, with 1,000 miles of streams and rivers, and more than 100 jeweled lakes resting on one and a half million acres. This region is interlaced with national forests, rugged canyons, scenic byways, recreational areas and multiple national trails. Recreation is resourcefully seasonal and comes in countless combinations.
Lake Almanor is the county's largest lake with fifty two miles of forested shoreline
and spectacular views of Mount Lassen. The Lake Almanor Basin is your recreation
paradise and northern gateway to Lassen National Park.