Redding Field Office
The Redding Field Office manages roughly 250,000 acres of public land across five northern California counties, from Tehama County in the south to Siskiyou County in the north. This area includes portions of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Mountains and the Sacramento River Valley. Areas of interest include the Sacramento River Bend Area of Critical Environmental Concern, the Trinity River, the North Fork of the Trinity River, and the Klamath Wild and Scenic Rivers. Recreation areas near Redding include the Chappie-Shasta Off-Highway Vehicle Area, the Sacramento River Rail-Trail, the Swasey Recreation Area, and the Clear Creek Greenway, offering motorized and non-motorized opportunities. Primary programs within the office include recreation, minerals, realty, botany, wildlife, fuels and forestry.
Explore lands managed by the BLM Redding Field Office with these Story Maps: Vernal Pools at Sacramento River Bend Area, Wildland Firefighting & Fuels Management, and Trinity Wild and Scenic River Restoration.
- Sacramento River Bend Outstanding Natural Area
- Chappie-Shasta Off Highway Vehicle Area
- Wild and Scenic Trinity River
- Clear Creek Greenway
- Swasey Recreation Area
- Eastside Keswick Trails
- Douglas City Campground
- Steiner Flat Primitive Campground
- Steel Bridge Campground
- Junction City Campground
- Shasta Campground
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- Butte Creek Recreation Area
- Swasey Mule Mountain Recreation Area (2023)
- Clear Creek, Swasey, Mule Ridge
- Horsetown, Clear Creek Preserve
- Keswick Trails
- Rock Creek, Middle Creek
- Trinity River
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