Fishing at Whiskeytown
Whiskeytown is home to many black bear. The black bear has always been a natural part of Whiskeytown. Learn how to understand and appreciate these wild creatures in their natural habitat.
With a better understanding of mountain lions and their habitat, we can coexist with these magnificent animals.
Whiskeytown is working to turn energy from the sun into power for parks and people. Solar technology provides us with an opportunity to make a choice.
The discovery of gold during the mid 1800s stirred the collective imagination of thousands of people across the world and enticed many to California in the hope of finding instant wealth.
Did you know that you can find all of these within Whiskeytown National Recreation Area?
Historically, salmon were able to freely migrate from the ocean and spawn in the upper reaches of the Sacramento River and its tributaries, including Whiskeytown National Recreation Area’s Clear Creek.
Did You Know?
The tailed frog (Ascahphus truel) tadpoles have 10 - 16 rows of teeth? These teeth help tadpoles stick to rocks in the fast moving streams that they live in.