Out of One Beautiful Form into Another

Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to steaming fumaroles, meadows freckled with wildflowers, clear mountain lakes, and numerous volcanoes. Jagged peaks tell the story of its eruptive past while hot water continues to shape the land.

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Plan a Spring Visit

Conditions are constantly changing between April and June. Learn more about what to expect and do on your upcoming visit.

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Visiting After the Dixie Fire

What to expect when visiting in the 2022 summer season following the Dixie Fire.

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Check Trail Conditions

Many trailheads are not yet accessible by vehicle and many trails are snow-covered and/or affected by the 2021 Dixie Fire.

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Check Current Conditions

View current conditions including open trails, campgrounds, roads, services and facilities, and more prior to your visit.

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Plan Your Trip with the Summer Guide

View or print the summer guide to learn more about where to go and what to do.

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Plan Your Summer Visit

Learn what to expect in the summer season at Lassen Volcanic.

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What to See in Four Hours or Less

Just driving through? There's plenty to see in one to four hours.

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NPS Mobile App

Download the NPS Mobile App and Lassen Volcanic to explore your park on your mobile device.

Last updated: May 26, 2022

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PO Box 100
Mineral , CA 96063


530 595-4480

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