June 9th &10th Hot Air Balloon Festival at the Rolling Hills Casino in Corning California
Archive for May, 2012
The Tehama Trail is a journey that begins in Corning, visiting world-class olive and olive oil producers. A short trip to the east finds you in Vina where the Monks of the Abbey of New Clairveaux practice ancient traditions of grape growing and wine making. On the way north to the Volcanic Vineyards of Manton, there are several interesting stops on Hwy 99 worth the stop. After sampling the wines of the slopes of Mt. Lassen, the trail takes you to Historic Downtown Red Bluff where quaint shoppes and riverfront dining are a way of life.
The stops along the trail include:
- Rolling Hills Casino
- Olive Hut
- Lucero Olive Oil and Retail Store
- Corning Olive Oil
- Bell Carter Olive Co.
- Olive Pit
- Pacific Farms
- Woodson Bridge
- New Clairvaux Vineyards
- Julia’s Fruit Stand
- Sacramento River Discovery Center
- Cone-Kimball Tower
- Dales Station
- Manton Store
- Indian Peak Vineyards
- Shasta Daisy Vineyard
- Cedar Crest Vineyards & Winery
You may want to get off the trail and head to Mt. Lassen Volcanic National Park and the St. Bernard Lodge for dinner and a room. Travel to the Indian Valley the next day and visit Indian Falls just south of Crescent Mills on Hwy 89. Travel down the Feather River Canyon on 70 back to I -5. This gives you a chance to do something different and have a great weekend.
Tehama Trail Passport Weekend tickets are $25 per person and include free tasting at all farms. All proceeds go to benefit the Tehama Trail association to further develop agri-tourism in Tehama County. Tickets can be purchased at all participating farms and the Tehama County Farm Bureau. Tehama Trail highlights local tourist attractions, historic landmarks and local shopping. The map is easy to navigate and user friendly.
For more information visit www.tehamatrail.com, or call 530-527-7882.
Come Ride Your Bikes in Indian Valley!
by Jeff Titcomb on May 12th, 2012
Our 15th Annual Century Bike Rides are coming on May 26th! This is such a Great event for Greenville and the Indian Valley as well as Genesee. If you’ve never been the route takes you out through the quaint, scenic areas of Indian Valley on lightly traveled roads, that pass through farm and ranch lands, with horses, goats, and cattle. This May looks to be absolutely Beautiful, as always, and the weather looks Nice too. You have the choice of how far you go, so if you’re not up to the climb up and around Antelope Lake, you can stop at the Genesee Store and enjoy a Fabulous lunch prepared by Mr. Robert Meacher, that owns the Genesee Store and Loves to cook Great culinary dishes for his customers. You won’t be disappointed with the food, it’s always top notch! The run up and around Antelope Lake is so scenic and Beautiful that you almost have to ride the full way, just to see the Stunning scenery. Last year was a wet ride but still pretty, and as I came around the valley upon a long curve, and there were 2 horses standing under the apple trees just covered in wet apple blossoms. The image will always be imprinted in my mind as the specific Beauty associated with this place we call Indian Valley! The rides are affordable and we see many families coming to ride together. There are water stops along the way with treats, so you can rest and recharge some. Bring your camera and plan to have a Blast! You will take a ton of pictures and thouroughly enjoy yourself. We have lodging here in town if you need to stay and Anna’s Cafe is Open 7 days every week for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, as well as Main Street Dinner House, and Mountain Valley Pizza. Evergreen Market has some wonderful Deli foods and obviously groceries too. Come to the mountains and ride in the shadow of the largest plug dome volcano in the world, and just ten minutes from Beautiful Lake Almanor! Greenville, and the Indian Valley Chamber Welcomes You to our Premiere Gateway Community to Lake Alamanor and Lassen Volcanic National Park! May 26, 2012.
St. Bernard Lodge has one room left for weekend. Book for 25.26 and 27th get 50% off third night. If you cannot make this bike ride Chester has a ride June 16th and again Sept. 29th. For details on these rides go to: www.milehigh100.com. For more information on this ride or Greenville’s fall ride Oct. 6th go to: http://indianvalleychamber.snappages.com/
May 28th & 29th. Hours 10-5 on Saturday and 10-4 on Sunday.
Check-out Greenville for Century Bike Ride on Saturday and then come join in the fun at the 15th Annual Craft Fair in Chester.
Lake Almanor Memorial Day Craft Fair is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Chester. The Craft Fair is in it’s 15th year and there is always something new to see and buy.
The craft fair is held in Chester Park just off of Main Street.
This fair features only handmade items, from yard art, log furniture, clothing, pottery, rugs, jewelry and much more.
There are also food vendors and non-profit displays. The event is a great way to kick-off the summer season. Rain or shine we will be there!! This event is free to the public and if you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Cheri McIntire 258-2516 .
If you still want to see snow stop in at Lassen National Volcanic Park, they still have 10 feet of snow in places. As of May 18th the road is open to Bumpass Hell. Will post as soon as road to open through the park, it will be soon.
St. Bernard Lodge has one room left for the weekend. Book for 25th, 26th and 27th and get 50% off third night.