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Quincy is a small town in northern California known for its festivals, such as the High Sierra Music Festival, and outdoor activities, such as hiking, kayaking, and snowshoeing. Quincy is within driving distance of some popular California destinations for day trips, including Redding and Sacramento.
Things to Do in Quincy
In Quincy you can go snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and hiking. Head over to Feather River for kayaking and river rafting. You can also go on a self guided tour through the Feather River Canyon. For dining options, there are several restaurants on Main Street and Lawrence Street in Quincy. Pangaea is known for its beer selection and The Knook is a popular spot for sandwiches. Quincy is also known for its annual festivals, such as the Mountain Harvest Festival and the High Sierra Music Festival. The High Sierra Music Festival is held for four days every July and features live music, arts and crafts, and exercise classes.
Day Trips Near Quincy
Redding, California is a two hour and 45 minute drive from Quincy. Redding is one of the top ten trout fishing destinations in the U.S. While in Redding you can also see science exhibits at Turtle Bay Exploration Park, wander through the Lake Shasta Caverns, and see the famous Sundial Bridge. Another fun day trip to consider is to Sacramento, California, which is about a three-hour drive from Quincy. See a Sacramento Ballet performance, go wine tasting at a winery such as Andis Wines, bike along the American River Parkway, or walk around Old Sacramento. If you are looking to venture out of California for the day, consider visiting Reno, Nevada. Reno is an hour and a half drive from Quincy. In Reno you can go boating on Lake Tahoe, try your luck at poker at Eldorado, or explore museums such as the Nevada Museum of Art and the National Automobile Museum.
Stay in a contemporary loft apartment in downtown Quincy or stay in a large home with a private yard and mountain views. There are also a few motels in Quincy, such as the Pine Hill Motel and the Ranchito Motel. For a uniquely themed experience, stay at the Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch, which has a rustic theme and offers trail rides. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Quincy vacation rental today!
Transportation in Quincy
You can utilize the Plumas Transit system while staying in Quincy. Quincy has several bus stops and fares range from $1 to $4 depending on how far out of town you are going. To rent a car, you will have to go to a neighboring town. There is a Hertz rental agency in Susanville and there is an Enterprise Rent-A-Car office in Oroville.