Explore what makes Butte County great!


When you’re ready to explore Butte County, check out Explore Butte County’s Experience Passes. The passes bring together the best attractions, adventures, and savings in one convenient location. Passes are delivered directly to your phone via text and email! Whether you’re here for a weekend or a week, take advantage of all that Butte County has to offer. Get your passes today to begin your next adventure!

  • Hike Butte County trails and check-in on your mobile device to track your progress
  • Free to participate, no app to download
  • Mobile exclusive
  • Instantly delivered via text and email
  • No apps to download
  • Hike, bike, and paddle the best of Butte County
  • Check-in along the way to win!
  • Mobile exclusive
  • Instantly delivered via text and email
  • No apps to download
  • Discover 150 activities to celebrate Chico
  • Check-in for a chance to win!
. . .


Hiking is a great way to explore Butte County—we have hundreds of miles of trails that are perfect for hiking in Northern California. From the southernmost border to the highest peak, we’ve put together a list of 35 hikes and hiking trails in Butte County so that you can #AdventureButteCA. Whether you’re new to hiking and are looking for some Northern California hikes to explore or have multiple multi-day excursions under your belt, there’s a hike on this list for you!

All hike information includes:

  • the name of the hike
  • key information about city
  • length and time of year to visit
  • hike description
  • a link to the trail map
  • driving directions to the parking area to access the hike (these will be the most accurate for several of the included hikes; the “Map” link takes you to the check-in coordinates, not the parking area)
  • the check-in location to keep track of trails completed (the check-in location is not always the trailhead)

Now, sign up for the pass and hit the trails!

Click here to see all included hikes!

  • Hike Butte County trails and check-in on your mobile device to track your progress
  • Free to participate, no app to download
. . .

Hike, Bike, and Paddle your way around Butte County!

Choose your adventure with the Explore Butte County Adventure Pass, featuring 30 scenic spots where you can Hike, Bike, and Paddle around some of the area's most beautiful natural and urban scenes.

EXPLORE
Take to the trails and explore more than 300 miles of hiking, biking, and paddling along Butte County’s network of trails and waterways. Discover parks, preserves, wetlands, and fun activities along the way!

WIN
When you check in for at least 3 adventures, you are eligible for an exclusive Hike, Bike & Paddle sticker.

AND, with each check-in, you’ll also earn an entry to our quarterly drawings. The more you check in, the more entries you earn! (See official terms and conditions for full details)

Share your Adventure Pass photos! Use #AdventureButteCA on social media for your chance to be featured.

  • Mobile exclusive
  • Instantly delivered via text and email
  • No apps to download
  • Hike, bike, and paddle the best of Butte County
  • Check-in along the way to win!

How this Pass Works

Step 1 - Get Your Pass

These mobile exclusive passes are a collection of savings, outdoor adventures, and other experiences in Butte County.

Step 2 - Receive Text

After you sign-up, your pass will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. If you want one-tap access to your pass, you have the option of saving it to your phone’s home screen.

Step 3 - Redeem

When checking in to a location, you will need to be within a .25 mile radius of the check-in spot to redeem on your pass.

#HikeButteCA

Easy Hikes

Venue Image
Chico Seed Orchard
Chico. 1 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Wheelchair accessible. Dogs allowed on leash.

Also known as the Mendocino National Forest Genetic Resource Center, the Chico Seed Orchard is a paved mile-long loop that’s accessible to the whole family (note: the path is uneven in several spots...
Show more
Venue Image
Chico State University Campus Arboretum
Chico. Around 1.2 mile out-and-back, but mileage can vary. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Located throughout campus and running along Big Chico Creek, the Chico State Campus Arboretum makes for a beautiful and easy urban “hike.” Starting at the Physical Sciences Building,...
Show more
Venue Image
Feather River Trail
Oroville. 3.6 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Running along the river that gives it its name, the Feather River Trail starts at Riverbend Park and meanders east upstream (right from the soccer fields) to Table Mountain Blvd. The paved trail and multiple...
Show more
Venue Image
Gray Lodge Wildlife Area Loop
Gridley. 1.8 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Lands Pass required (complete online or pay in cash on-site). Dogs allowed on leash.

You’ll find two easy, flat trails at the Gray Lodge—the first is the main 1.8-mile...
Show more
Venue Image
Jonesville Canyon
Jonesville. 3.8 mile out-and-back. Best used May-October. Dogs allowed.

The Jonesville Canyon trail takes you near the headwaters of Butte Creek. Even though it’s one of the lowest elevation High Country hikes in Butte County, you’ll still get the benefits of a cooler summer hike...
Show more
Venue Image
Little Chico Creek Bike Path
Chico. 4 miles out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Wheelchair accessible. Dogs allowed on leash.

Begin your walk parallel to Little Chico Creek along this paved path, which takes you through quiet residential areas on one side and, during the rainy season, a small creek and trees on the...
Show more
Venue Image
Lower Bidwell Park
Chico. Mileage varies between 1 and 5 miles. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed.

A hike through Lower Bidwell Park takes you through the mellow half of Chico’s famed Bidwell Park and diverse views throughout the year. In the fall, the park is full of vibrant oranges, reds, and yellows of...
Show more
Venue Image
Monkey Face Loop
Chico. Around 1 mile, but mileage can vary. Best used February-May. Dogs allowed on leash.

Overlooking Bidwell Park from the top, the Monkey Face Loop is one of the most trails popular in the park. Generally accessible year-round, you’ll enjoy it the most April through May and September...
Show more
Venue Image
Paradise Lake
Magalia. Easy. $3 Parking Fee. $10 boating fee (electric trolling motors only). Dogs Not Allowed. Closed on Wednesdays. Best April-November. Poor cell service; make sure to take a photo for check-in if needed.

Paradise Lake is a postcard picture of a serene forested lake with canoes lazily...
Show more
Venue Image
Pine Creek Loop
Chico. 1-2 mile loop. Best used April-November (prone to flooding December-March). Dogs allowed on leash.

Slow down, way down, when strolling around the Pine Creek Unit of the Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge. Just outside the bustle of Chico, this protected land is home to abundant...
Show more
Venue Image
Rattlesnake Hill Trail
Oroville. 1.2-mile loop. Accessible year-round. Wheelchair accessible. Parking pass required ($8). Dogs not allowed.

Coiling around the hill above the North Thermalito Forebay, the Rattlesnake Hill Trail is a small, twisting, paved trail that’s easily accessible for walkers, joggers, and...
Show more
Venue Image
Thermalito Diversion Pool Trail
Oroville. 6.4 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Dogs not allowed.

Part of the much longer Brad Freeman Trail and featuring lake views, the northern side of the Thermalito Diversion Pool Section of the trail is a popular hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking spot—so feel free to...
Show more
Venue Image
Yahi Trail
Chico. 7.9 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

There are plenty of reasons why the pedestrian-only Yahi Trail is one of the most popular hikes in Bidwell Park: a variety of micro-environments, Big Chico Creek, large shady sycamores, and beautiful spring...
Show more

Moderate Hikes

Venue Image
Annie Bidwell Trail
Chico. 8.8 mile out-and-back (9.4 miles from Chico Canyon Trailhead to 10 Mile House Trail). Best used March-November. Dogs allowed on leash.

The Annie Bidwell Trail starts off with short, punchy climbs up to the rim of the canyon, and follows with a steep, rocky downhill. At the bottom,...
Show more
Venue Image
Bidwell Canyon Trail
Oroville. 9 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Starting at the Saddle Dam Day Use Area and ending up near the Lake Oroville Visitor Center, you’ll enjoy this hike out to great views of Lake Oroville on Bidwell Canyon Trail (aka, Kelly Ridge Point Trail)....
Show more
Venue Image
Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve
Forest Ranch. 2-3 miles out and back. Accessible year-round. Dogs not allowed.

Containing 3,950 acres of diverse habitats, 4.5 miles of Big Chico Creek, and countless species of flora and fauna, the Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve (BCCER) offers a variety of trails to explore. From the...
Show more
Venue Image
Big Chico Creek Loop / T-Ford Loop
Chico. 10 mile loop. Best used April-November. Dogs allowed on leash.

Whether you call it Big Chico Creek Loop, T-Ford Loop, or Yahi/Annie Bidwell Loop, the experience is the same: a high-quality trek in Upper Bidwell Park looping around Big Chico Creek. A combination of the previously...
Show more
Venue Image
Butte Creek Trail
Magalia. Moderate. 2.4 mile out-and-back. Accessible June-October. Dogs allowed. Poor cell service; make sure to take a photo for check-in if needed.

Discover the remote Forks of Butte Creek Recreation Area along the Butte Creek Trail. Starting at Doe Mill Bridge, the trail travels south...
Show more
Venue Image
Colby Mountain Lookout/Colby Meadows
Near Butte Meadows. 7.3 - 9.6 mile loop. Accessible May-October. Dogs allowed.

Offering a variety of snow-covered cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails in the winter, Colby Mountain Lookout/Colby Meadows is just as fun when explored on foot. It’s higher elevation location makes it a...
Show more
Venue Image
Dan Beebe Trail
Oroville. 11.9 mile point-to-point (shuttle required). Accessible year-round. Dogs not allowed.

Starting at Saddle Dam at Lake Oroville and meandering up Kelly Ridge and past the Lake Oroville Visitor Center, the Dan Beebe Trail takes you on a scenic journey past Oroville Dam down to the...
Show more
Venue Image
Humboldt Peak To Cold Springs
Butte Meadows. 6.8 mile point-to-point, shuttle required. Best used July-October. Dogs on leash allowed.

Discover some great views along the highest ridge in Butte County as you hike from Humboldt Peak to Cold Springs. Following the Pacific Crest Trail, you’ll travel by the county’s...
Show more
Venue Image
Lime Saddle Memorial Park Trail
Oroville. 3.8 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Located on the northwestern side of Lake Oroville along the West Branch of the Feather River Arm, the Lime Saddle Memorial Park Trail starts from the trailhead near the intersection of Pentz Rd. and Lime Saddle...
Show more
Venue Image
Loafer Creek Loop Trail
Oroville. 3.6 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Parking fee required (State Recreation Area). Dogs not allowed.

Accessible from all three campgrounds in the Loafer Creek Campground, the Loafer Creek Loop Trail is perfect for hikers and equestrians. Enjoy rolling hills and a few steeper...
Show more
Venue Image
Middle Trail-Live Oak-Upper Trail
Chico. 4.2 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed.

Upper Bidwell Park’s Middle Trail is a staple, and the Middle Trail-Live Oak-Upper Trail Loop will provide a fun and not-too-hard challenge. Starting and ending at Horseshoe Lake, the hike east along Middle Trail is easy and...
Show more
Venue Image
North Rim Trail
Chico. 8.4 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Park in Parking Area B. Dogs allowed on leash.

One of the longest trails in Upper Bidwell Park and a gateway to a variety of different loop options, North Rim Trail is a worthwhile trip on its own. As it runs parallel to the edge of the...
Show more
Venue Image
Phantom Falls
Oroville. 4.2 mile out-and-back. Best used November-April. Lands Pass Required $4.58. Dogs allowed on leash.

While finding the trail is a little tricky, once you do find it, the hike to Phantom Falls is a fairly easy one....
Show more
Venue Image
Roy Rogers-Loafer Creek Loop
Oroville. Moderate. 5 mile loop, Accessible year-round, Park at Brooks Orchard Picnic Area.

By itself, the Roy Rogers Trail is a two-mile trail that connects via the northern part of the Loafer Creek Loop, but it is often combined with the aforementioned Loafer Creek trail to create an...
Show more
Venue Image
South Rim Trail
Chico. 3.4 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Hugging the south-east border of Upper Bidwell Park, the South Rim Trail offers up big views of Big Chico Creek Canyon’s—you guessed it—southern rim. Starting from Peregrine Point, descend over the rocky trail...
Show more
Venue Image
Yellowstone Kelly Heritage Trail
Paradise. 4.3 point-to-point; shuttle required. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Starting at the Paradise Depot Museum, the Yellowstone Kelly Heritage Trail (formerly the Paradise Memorial Trailway) offers a converted, paved “rails-to-trails” path that runs parallel to...
Show more

Difficult Hikes

Venue Image
Bidwell Park Tour
Chico. 15.5 mile loop. Closed during wet weather. Dogs allowed on leash.

The Bidwell Park Tour is a challenging trek along the most popular trails on both sides of the park—North Rim on the north side and Guardian Trail on the south side, linked by B Trail and Ten Mile House Road. A wet...
Show more
Venue Image
Guardian Trail-Bloody Pin-Annie Bidwell Trail Loop
Chico. Chico. 8.3 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Guardian Trail is one of the most popular trails in Chico, hugging the southern rim of Chico Creek Canyon and providing great views. For a little bit of everything that makes the trail, and Upper Park in general, so...
Show more
Venue Image
Many Waterfalls Cross-Country Loop
Oroville. 11.3 mile loop. Best season November-April. Lands Pass Required $4.58. Dogs allowed on leash.

If you’re not willing to get wet and muddy, then the Many Waterfalls Cross-Country Loop is not...
Show more
Venue Image
North Rim Loop
Chico. 10.2 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

A Chico classic, North Rim Loop (sometimes referred to as Upper Bidwell Trail)—traversing North Rim Trail, B-Trail, and Yahi Trail —offers a little bit of everything that makes Bidwell Park so special: swimming holes...
Show more
Venue Image
North Rim To B Trail To Middle Trail
Chico. 9.9 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

A collection of popular Upper Bidwell Park trails, the North Rim-B Trail-Middle Trail Loop will both push you and reward you. The North Rim Trail is a slow and rocky climb with great views to B Trail, which descends...
Show more
Venue Image
Upper Bidwell Park Loop-South Side
Chico. 12.7 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

An extended version of the previously mentioned Guardian Trail-Bloody Pin-Annie Bidwell Trail Loop, the Upper Bidwell Park Loop - South Side takes you along the park’s southern rim and multiple popular trails—Annie...
Show more
. . .


Adventure Pass

Hike

Venue Image
Annie Bidwell Trail
Chico. 8.8 mile out-and-back (9.4 miles from Chico Canyon Trailhead to 10 Mile House Trail). Best used March-November. Dogs allowed on leash.

The Annie Bidwell Trail starts off with short, punchy climbs up to the rim of the canyon, and follows with a steep, rocky downhill. At the bottom,...
Show more
Venue Image
Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve
Forest Ranch. 2-3 miles out and back. Accessible year-round. Dogs not allowed.

Containing 3,950 acres of diverse habitats, 4.5 miles of Big Chico Creek, and countless species of flora and fauna, the Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve (BCCER) offers a variety of trails to explore. From the...
Show more
Venue Image
Butte Creek Trail
Magalia. Moderate. 2.4 mile out-and-back. Accessible June-October. Dogs allowed. Poor cell service; make sure to take a photo for check-in if needed.

Discover the remote Forks of Butte Creek Recreation Area along the Butte Creek Trail. Starting at Doe Mill Bridge, the trail travels south...
Show more
Venue Image
Chico Seed Orchard
Chico. 1 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Wheelchair accessible. Dogs allowed on leash.

Also known as the Mendocino National Forest Genetic Resource Center, the Chico Seed Orchard is a paved mile-long loop that’s accessible to the whole family (note: the path is uneven in several spots...
Show more
Venue Image
Colby Mountain Lookout/Colby Meadows
Near Butte Meadows. 7.3 - 9.6 mile loop. Accessible May-October. Dogs allowed.

Offering a variety of snow-covered cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails in the winter, Colby Mountain Lookout/Colby Meadows is just as fun when explored on foot. It’s higher elevation location makes it a...
Show more
Venue Image
Dan Beebe Trail
Oroville. 11.9 mile point-to-point (shuttle required). Accessible year-round. Dogs not allowed.

Starting at Saddle Dam at Lake Oroville and meandering up Kelly Ridge and past the Lake Oroville Visitor Center, the Dan Beebe Trail takes you on a scenic journey past Oroville Dam down to the...
Show more
Venue Image
Gray Lodge Wildlife Area Loop
Gridley. 1.8 mile loop. Accessible year-round. Lands Pass required (complete online or pay in cash on-site). Dogs allowed on leash.

You’ll find two easy, flat trails at the Gray Lodge—the first is the main 1.8-mile...
Show more
Venue Image
Jonesville Canyon
Jonesville. 3.8 mile out-and-back. Best used May-October. Dogs allowed.

The Jonesville Canyon trail takes you near the headwaters of Butte Creek. Even though it’s one of the lowest elevation High Country hikes in Butte County, you’ll still get the benefits of a cooler summer hike...
Show more
Venue Image
Monkey Face Loop
Chico. Around 1 mile, but mileage can vary. Best used February-May. Dogs allowed on leash.

Overlooking Bidwell Park from the top, the Monkey Face Loop is one of the most trails popular in the park. Generally accessible year-round, you’ll enjoy it the most April through May and September...
Show more
Venue Image
Paradise Lake
Magalia. Easy. $3 Parking Fee. $10 boating fee (electric trolling motors only). Dogs Not Allowed. Closed on Wednesdays. Best April-November. Poor cell service; make sure to take a photo for check-in if needed.

Paradise Lake is a postcard picture of a serene forested lake with canoes lazily...
Show more
Venue Image
Phantom Falls
Oroville. 4.2 mile out-and-back. Best used November-April. Lands Pass Required $4.58. Dogs allowed on leash.

While finding the trail is a little tricky, once you do find it, the hike to Phantom Falls is a fairly easy one....
Show more
Venue Image
Roy Rogers-Loafer Creek Loop
Oroville. Moderate. 5 mile loop, Accessible year-round, Park at Brooks Orchard Picnic Area.

By itself, the Roy Rogers Trail is a two-mile trail that connects via the northern part of the Loafer Creek Loop, but it is often combined with the aforementioned Loafer Creek trail to create an...
Show more
Venue Image
Yahi Trail
Chico. 7.9 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

There are plenty of reasons why the pedestrian-only Yahi Trail is one of the most popular hikes in Bidwell Park: a variety of micro-environments, Big Chico Creek, large shady sycamores, and beautiful spring...
Show more
Venue Image
Yellowstone Kelly Heritage Trail
Paradise. 4.3 point-to-point; shuttle required. Accessible year-round. Dogs allowed on leash.

Starting at the Paradise Depot Museum, the Yellowstone Kelly Heritage Trail (formerly the Paradise Memorial Trailway) offers a converted, paved “rails-to-trails” path that runs parallel to...
Show more

Bike

Venue Image

Temporarily closed due to construction

Keefer Road Loop (12 miles)
Chico. Road Cycling. Moderate hills. 12 mile loop. Accessible year-round.

On the Keefer Road Loop, you’ll ride over an abandoned railroad bridge, pass the Chico Airport, and pedal by scenic pasturelands. Starting on the bike path at 11th Avenue and Esplanade, the rails-to-trail bike path...
Show more
Venue Image
Bidwell Canyon
Oroville. Mountain Bike. Moderate. 9.5 mile out-and-back. Accessible year-round.

Starting at the Bidwell Canyon Trailhead near the Oroville Dam and riding out to Saddle Dam Day Use Area and back, you’ll enjoy this ride with great views of Lake Oroville on Bidwell Canyon Trail (aka, Kelly...
Show more
Venue Image
Brad Freeman trail
Oroville. Mountain Bike. Moderate. 41 mile loop. Accessible year-round.

The 41-mile Brad Freeman Trail is an extensive loop trail that offers the opportunity to push yourself and up your mileage. The trail will take you across the city of Oroville, where you’ll enjoy a variety of scenic...
Show more
Venue Image
Center Gap, Centerville (53 miles)
Chico-Paradise Ridge. Mountain Bike. Serious/Technical. 50 mile loop. Inaccessible when there's snow. Poor cell service; make sure to take a photo for check-in if needed.

Get a serious climb in with the Center Gap-Humbug Loop, a mix-terrain ride that features an elevation change of 4,000...
Show more
Venue Image
Durham Loop (20-25 miles)
Chico & Durham. Road Cycling. Flat, 20-25 mile loop. Accessible year-round.

With few cars on these country roads, a ride on Durham Loop is a pleasant and quiet one.

Starting at Durham’s Community Park, head west on Durham-Dayton Hwy through the quaint town of Durham until you reach...
Show more
Venue Image
Fast 50 (31 miles)
Chico, Road: Flat, 31 mile loop. Accessible year-round.

Start at the “Decide & Ride” monument in Lower Bidwell Park near Sycamore Pool. Cross the bridge and head towards Woodland Ave. Follow Woodland Ave. and veer left onto East 5th St. Pass through classic Chico neighborhoods and by the...
Show more
Venue Image
Guardian and Annie Bidwell Loop
Chico. Mountain: Serious/Technical. 8.6 mile loop. Accessible year-round but closed during wet weather.

With the loop being either all uphill or all downhill, the Guardian and Annie Bidwell Trail (formerly known as the South Rim) is recommended for advanced riders in great shape. Guardian...
Show more
Venue Image
Midway Bike Path
Chico & Durham. Road Cycling. Flat/Easy/Beginner. 6 miles out-and-back. Accessible year-round. Park at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds.

Running parallel to the Midway that connects Chico and Durham, the scenic Midway Bike Path is a mixed-use path that takes users through the seemingly endless...
Show more
Venue Image
River Road (16 miles)
Chico. Road. Flat. 16 mile loop. Accessible year-round.

The flat, short River Road loop takes you through the scenery that makes up the bulk of riding in the Chico area—walnut and almond orchards.

Starting at Chico State, ride southwest until you reach Ivy St. Make a left, ride a...
Show more
Venue Image
Table Mountain Loop (50-60 miles)
Chico-Oroville. Road Cycling. Moderate Hills. 50-60 mile loop. Available year-round.

A remnant of an ancient lava flow, the North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve truly is table-like on top, with steep, vertical cliffs at the edges that produce unique waterfalls in the early spring along...
Show more

Paddle

Venue Image
Feather River Through Oroville
Oroville. Easy. Best March-June and September-early November.

The Feather River running through Oroville offers relatively calm waters perfect for family-friendly kayaking explorations. Launching at the Feather River Fish Hatchery under the Table Mountain Boulevard Bridge, you’ll enjoy a...
Show more
Venue Image
North Thermalito Forebay
Oroville. Easy. $8 Parking Fee. Dogs Not Allowed on the beach and turf areas. Accessible year-round, with rentals available in the Summer.

The Thermalito Forebay North features 300 surface acres of water, a 200-yard swimming area with a sandy beach, and plenty of shade. Reserved exclusively...
Show more
Venue Image
Paradise Lake
Magalia. Easy. $3 Parking Fee. $10 boating fee (electric trolling motors only). Dogs Not Allowed. Closed on Wednesdays. Best April-November. Poor cell service; make sure to take a photo for check-in if needed.

Paradise Lake is a postcard picture of a serene forested lake with canoes lazily...
Show more
Venue Image
Sacramento River
Chico. Easy. Best May-September.

The Sacramento River is California’s largest river, and Butte County’s share of it showcases some of the best river recreation in the state. These twists and turns are home to legendary tubing adventures and spectacular boating and fishing opportunities....
Show more
Venue Image
Thermalito Afterbay
Oroville. Easy. No parking fees. Dogs are allowed but must be leashed during nesting season (March 15th-June 30th).

A diversion pool downstream of Lake Oroville, the Thermalito Afterbay is great for boaters and paddlers. With 17 miles of shoreline and 4,300 surface acres of water, the...
Show more

Save

Venue Image
Almendra Winery & Distillery
Almendra Winery & Distillery blends wine country elegance with a hometown feel! Enter the tasting room and you’ll immediately experience the unique, warm and rustic ambiance of this upscale winery and distillery. Custom hardwood accents adorn the entire facility and each table and piece of...
Show more

What's Included

  • 1/2 Off A Wine Or Spirit Tasting Flight
Venue Image
Forebay Aquatic Center
The Forebay Aquatic Center is a nonprofit organization located in northern California. We exist as a collaborative effort between the Table Mountain Rowing Club, Butte Sailing Club, CSU Chico Rowing Club, and California Department of Parks & Recreation: Boating & Waterways.

What's Included

  • 10% Off Rental Price
Venue Image
Secret Trail Brewing Company
Local Brewery where all the beer is made on the premises. Cool taproom and large patios with a very friendly vibe.

What's Included

  • 20% Off A Pint Of Beer
Venue Image
Union
Union is located in downtown Oroville with a inside/outside bar, outdoor patio, and beer garden. The Union has a stage, where we bring local and traveling acts for our music series. Unions menu is focused on California cuisine using only the freshest local ingredients. We believe we are a premier...
Show more

What's Included

  • 1/2 Off One Appetizer
Venue Image
Upper Park Clothing
California clothing for the trails and pavement.

What's Included

  • 10% Off Your Order