It is the premier destination in Redding for family entertainment and is a 300-acre park and campus on the banks of the Sacramento River.
It is an attractive and practical example of urban engineering.
Along the way, there are various trailheads, restrooms, and park benches.
Whiskeytown Lake, a short 15-minute drive to the west of Redding, serves as its focal point.
It is jam-packed with a tonne of memorabilia, exhibits, and knowledge about this gold-mining town from the 19th century.
Living examples of the regional flora are displayed throughout this 20-acre arboretum and garden area.
This strollable area extends south, including several city blocks, from the Sundial Bridge to the river.