Lassen Land and Trails Trust helped build the first eight miles of trail in the Susanville Ranch Park. The Park has grown a lot since then and now includes 25 miles of trails. LLTT supports Lassen County in their efforts to continually improve the Park for public use.
Susanville Ranch Park offers great views, well-maintained trails and close proximity to town. This shared use recreation area is 1,100 acres owned and managed by Lassen County. The Park is located northeast of Hwy 36 (Main Street) in Susanville and provides plenty of day-use parking.
Encouraged activities include hiking, biking, birding, running, picnicking, horseback riding and photography.
Prohibited activities include fires, firewood cutting, overnight camping, discharge of firearms and operation of motorized vehicles.
Directions to Susanville Ranch Park:
In Susanville, travel north on Hwy 36 (Main Street), to North Roop Street. Turn right onto North Roop which connects with Cherry Terrace. Follow Cherry Terrace for 1.2 miles to Lakewood Way. Turn left into the Park entrance. An information kiosk, vehicle and equestrian parking is provided. No potable water available.
For additional information on the Susanville Ranch Park, visit their website at www.susanvilleranchpark.com