• Whiskeytown Lake from the Davis Gulch Trail

    Whiskeytown

    National Recreation Area California

Whiskeytown Superintendent's Compendium

The Superintendent's Compendium (2013) is a document consisting of designations, closures, permit requirements, and other restrictions imposed under discretionary authority. Visitors may find this document helpful in that it provides regulations and information in addition to those contained within Title 36, Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 1, Parts 1-7. Visitors can click on the maps on the right side of the screen and below to reference specific areas described within the Superintendent's Compendium document.

Click Here to view a PDF of the Superintendent's Compendium (2013).

 
Whiskeytown's beautiful forested mountains

The forested mountains of Whiskeytown provide excellent opportunities for hunters.

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Click here to view a map of Whiskeytown's Hunting Areas
 
Shasta Bally Road

Shasta Bally Road near the summit.

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Kayakers in the no wake zone.

Kayakers enjoying the lake's tranquility from Brandy Creek's no wake zone.

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Click here to view a map of Whiskeytown's Designated No Wake Zones
 
Visitor Center

Whiskeytown Visitor Center

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Click here to view a map of Whiskeytown's Designated First Amendment Activity Areas

Did You Know?

Phantom Orchid

Whiskeytown has phantom orchids (Cephalanthera austiniae)? They are all white and devoid chlorophyll. This means that it cannot make energy for itself and must rely on symbiotic mycorrhizae for its nutrition.