Susanville, established as a trading post in 1854, is one of the eastern gateways to Lassen Volcanic National Park. The town tells the tale of its rich history through murals painted on buildings in the historic uptown area. You can take a self-guided tour around the original buildings and stop for a bite at one of the restaurants now housed within them. If you'd rather work up a sweat, you can hit the Bizz Johnson Trail and Eagle Lake recreation areas just outside town.
Looking back on eight decades on making travel history.More