Hike to Whiskeytown Falls
With food and family (or friends) in tow, head to Whiskeytown and start the activities by accessing the 3.4-mile roundtrip James K. Carr Trail that leads to Whiskeytown Falls. The 220-foot waterfall is the tallest in the park and provides enough shade for your hike. Make sure to go up the stairs to view the upper sections of the three-tiered waterfall. This is one of those bucket list items for Redding you can finally cross off.
Before heading home for the day, the 21-and-over crowd can enjoy a beverage at French Gulch’s E. Franck & Co. – a bar that also serves as a museum. The bar has been in the family since 1854 and has collected artifacts over the years, giving you plenty of nostalgic entertainment. For a more family-friendly spot, try La Cocina De Chuy or “Chuys.” They have an array of authentic Mexican food but its their homemade tortillas that put their tacos to the top of the list in Redding.
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