There's a New Website for Mile High 100 Road Bike Event See new pictures of beautiful sites around the Almanor Basin and get updated information on the event. Check it out at www.milehigh100.com The Mile High 100 offers three rides to accommodate cyclists of all abilities; a century ride, metric century ride, and half-metric century ride - all of which include lakeside views of Lake Almanor.
The Collins Pine Trail is in perfect shape for a winter walk. The 1/2 mile route is marked with white tree blazes and orange poles to guide us. Meet friends behind the ARC building (Almanor Recreation Center) and tour the first loop which has been upgraded by our Trail Blazers volunteers.
The 2nd Annual Poker Paddle Event is being planned for July 28, 2018. Put this one on your calendar!
We're Doing it Again!! September 8, 2018 is set for the 32nd Street Rod Extravaganza.Press for Flyer
TheTrails Committee has a new webpage. Please select the Trails Committee tab at the top menu bar to see the new direction we are taking, the meeting information and our progress with trail development in the Almanor Basin
Two projects are currently in the works, 1) Field work sessions to Enhance the Collins Pine Trail, and 2) formulating a recreation plan for Trails Around Lake Almanor. Please join us with your ideas and support.
For our annual schedule of activities by month, please visit our EVENTS page on this website.
About Lake Almanor
The communities around Lake Almanor, California, in addition to being well known as "gateways" to Lassen Volcanic National Park and the Pacific Crest Trail in Plumas County, are centers for camping, trophy fishing, water sports, hiking and biking, winter sports, and healthy family living. Lake Almanor is the 8th largest reservoir in California.
Lake Almanor offers four seasons of recreation to outdoor enthusiasts. Pick your season, pick your favorite activity. Whether water skiing, wake or snowboarding, cross country skiing, running, hiking, cycling or snowshoeing, Lake Almanor is the destination for you.
To learn more about these programs, events, current projects & volunteer opportunities, please take a moment to visit the rest of the website. You may also email the district for information at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (530) 258-2562.
Seeking a way to help recreation grow in Lake Almanor....You can find your niche by volunteering to work on the Standing Committees listed on the JOIN ARPD tab at the top of this home page.