The Far North Sights

Plumas National Forest

  • 159 Lawrence St. Map It
  • Quincy
  • Forest

Updated 05/18/2015

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Plumas County is known for its wide-open spaces, and the 1.2-million-acre Plumas National Forest, with its high alpine lakes and crystal clear woodland streams, is a beautiful example. Hundreds of campsites are maintained in the forest, and picnic areas and hiking trails abound. You can enter the forest along highways 70 and 89.

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U.S. Forest Service, 159 Lawrence St., near W. Main St., Quincy, California, 95971, United States

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Updated 05/18/2015


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