• Lassen Peak from Hat Creek

    Lassen Volcanic

    National Park California

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Welcome to the Lassen Volcano Club

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Are you ready for a volcano adventure?

 
a mild eruption from Lassen Peak in 1914

The Lassen Volcano Club is dedicated to developing an understanding and appreciation of the volcanoes that have shaped and influenced the planet we live on, while encouraging responsible attitudes toward our natual environment and gaining insight into the dynamic role volcanoes play in our lives.


Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to all four major types of volcanos found in the world! Join the Lassen Volcano Club and learn about the Park's volcanic history and features, find the answers to 7 of the questions on the Volcano Club Card.

What you get:

Send in your answers and a National Park Ranger will mail you a Lassen Volcano Club Membership Certificate. In addition to the certificate, send a check for $2.44 made out to the " Lassen Association" and you will also get a Volcano Club Patch. A great volcano adventure awaits you!! Are you ready to enter the wild and weird world of volcanoes?

If you think you can take the heat, then you are ready to join the Lassen Volcano Club! Click here to begin.

 

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

On the evening of May 14, 1915, incandescant blocks of lava could be seen bouncing down the flanks of Lassen Peak from as far away as the town of Manton, 20 miles to the west.