Lassen National Forest Guide

Grab your swimming suit, hiking boots, and fishing gear and head to the Lassen National Forest located adjacent to Lassen Volcanic Park. Bring your binoculars to go bird-watching and some old clothes to go caving when you visit this area near Susanville, California. This forest covering more than 1.2 million acres is also a great place to go stargazing. You can find many fun places to explore in the area, which is surrounded by California’s Central Valley and the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Lassen National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Lassen National Forest

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How to get to Lassen National Forest

Address: California 44 West, Susanville, California 96130

Fee: Entry fee $0

Lassen National Forest is a unique place to go fishing, hiking, and caving. Next door is Lassen Volcano National Park. There are so many beautiful things to see in this area that you will want to bring your RV and stay as long as possible. RVshare.com is a great resource for when you need to select the right vehicle to meet your travel and camping needs.