How much does a night in a vacation rental cost in Red Bluff on average?
The price per night in Red Bluff starts at $62.
Is there a wide selection of vacation rentals in Red Bluff?
You can find 242 available vacation rentals in Red Bluff.
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Red Bluff Information
About Red Bluff
Nestled in the valley between the Mendocino, Lassen, and Plumas National Forests, Red Bluff is the place to go for a relaxing, outdoor vacation. It’s located in Tehama County, north of Sacramento. Hike the nearby trails in some of the most renowned national forests in the state, hit a winery and spend the day tasting reds and whites while taking in the scenery, or fish along the Sacramento River. Enjoy the natural setting of Red Bluff and take your family on a much-needed vacation.
Things to do in Red Bluff
Start your wine tasting tour at Tuscan Ridge Estate, a boutique winery and tasting room located on a beautiful vineyard. They offer many reds, like their award winning Zinfandel and Syrah, and boast a handful of whites and bubbly wines. You’ll get to enjoy these tasty wines and walk around the vineyard grounds to help kick off your relaxing vacation. Next, head to downtown Red Bluff and visit the Tehama Oaks Winery tasting room. They often have events like Wine O’Clock Fridays where they encourage customers to order dinner from a nearby restaurant and the winery will pick it up and delivery it to you while you enjoy your tasting flight. They also do special events like wine and paint nights and holiday-themed events. Try their Viognier, which often sells out but is available to taste, their Petite Sirah, and their Cabernet Sauvignon. The Sacramento River snakes through Red Bluff, giving visitors and residents access to its waters for fishing, kayaking, and much more. Head down to Tehama County River Park, a 14-acre facility on both sides of the river. The park features a public boat ramp and river access. The north side of the park boasts three picnic areas, a game corner, and ADA compliant facilities. The south side of the park has four picnic areas that can be reserved, horseshoe pits, and a playground for the kids. Fishing enthusiasts can cast their lines here, too!
Day Trips from Red Bluff
Mendocino National Forest may be 90 miles outside of Red Bluff, but the drive is worth it. The only national forest in California that does not have a paved road entering it, this place will make you feel like you’ve escaped into nature. The forest features four wilderness areas: Yolla Bolly Middle Eel, Yuki Wilderness, Sanhedrin Wilderness, and Snow Mountain. Be sure to check out Lett’s Lake if you’re into fishing or want to take a dip on a hot summer day. Hiking can be done throughout the forest, but Hell Hole Trailhead is a good place to start your adventure. Just a 2-hour drive northeast of Red Bluff is Lassen National Forest. Here, you’ll find some of the most breathtaking views, not to mention some great hikes. Tamarack Trailhead provides an easy, 3.5-mile hike to Lake Eiler and a fairly easy loop through the lower lakes, as well. Bring your fishing gear and sit by the water for a relaxing day in the shade. Plumas National Forest is your place to go if you want to do some rock climbing. Head to Grizzly Dome near the Queen Olly Campground and enjoy the solid rock, gorgeous weather, and a nearby lake. You can also do some camping or hiking in the forest, so make a day of it!
Red Bluff Accommodations
Looking for a vacation rental in Red Bluff? Check out Tripping.com for all your accommodation needs. Choose from hotels with a pool and gym or a motel with just the necessities for your vacation. Stay on the eastern side of the Sacramento River and enjoy restaurants, shops, and a nice view of the water.
Transportation in Red Bluff
If you’re already in California, drive north on Interstate 5 and you’ll run into Red Bluff, as it’s located right off the highway. If you’re coming from out of state, fly into Sacramento International Airport and rent a car to make the almost 2-hour drive. Your rental car will be useful on your trip, as many places of interest are best visited via car.