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Taylor Creek Visitor Center

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Published 11/12/2015

Fodor's Review

At this center operated by the U.S. Forest Service you can visit the site of a Washoe Indian settlement; walk self-guided trails through meadow, marsh, and forest; and inspect the Stream Profile Chamber, an underground display with windows right into Taylor Creek. In fall you may see spawning kokanee salmon digging their nests. In summer Forest Service naturalists organize discovery walks and evening programs.

Sight Information

Address:

Hwy. 89, 3 miles north of junction with U.S. 50, California, 96150, United States

Phone:

530-543–2674-late May–Oct.; 530-543–2600-year-round

Sight Details:

  • Free
  • Late May–late Sept., 8:30–4:30; call for Oct. hrs

Published 11/12/2015

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