Burney Falls in Northern California – A Must See in Our Perfect Days in Perfect Places Series!

Burney Falls in Northern California – A Must See in Our Perfect Days in Perfect Places Series–Traveling in the North State, one of the places you will want to plan to see is Burney Falls. Located just about an hour away (65 miles) from Redding just off Highway 299 on Highway 89 is McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park. High on the eastern boundary of the Cascade Range, the Park sits on the western Modoc pleateau halfway between Mount Shasta and Lassen Peak. The falls’ two main flows of plunging white water originate from Burney Creek, a tributary of the Pit River. Theodore Roosevelt pronounced them one of the wonders of the world. The elevation is 3100′.

Burney Falls is one of The Shasta Lifestyle’s Perfect Days in Perfect Places Series.


Looking Above Burney Falls on a Beautiful Day!

Here You See the Majesty of Burney Falls!

Cascading Tributaries of Burney Falls!

Observation Point Above Burney Falls!

Beautiful Country!

Living the Shasta Lifestyle is truly an Art Form!

Jeanean Gendron



Redding Real Estate – Living The Shasta Lifestyle – It Rocks!

BridgeWe’ve got that “loving feeling” here in Redding and Shasta County California. We love our beautiful city and the haven of diverse beauty it offers. River community, ranch lands, three mountain ranges, recreational lakes and a progressive city that sparkles with charm. Come for a visit and let us show you around. We’ll spend time finding you the perfect area for your specific needs. We have so much to offer that the decision will be easy for you.

The Shasta Community, a Safe Haven–Music fest, farmers markets, community gatherings, and special events create an ideal atmosphere for residents to get to know each other. Hometown pride and concern for our neighbors is a real fact of life in Redding and Shasta County.

Home Life and Affordable Lifestyles–Whether your lifestyle is a neighborhood, riverfront property or raising your family in the country, Redding and Shasta County offer you that variety of unique lifestyles. All are minutes from downtown. If your dreams include mountain vistas, river or lake front settings and all without the traffic, Redding and Shasta County California is the place for you.

river kidsShopping and Convenience, It is All Here–Some of the best known names in retailing have located in Redding and Shasta County California. A growing mix of shopping areas including a regional mall, factory outlests, numerous specialty shops and developing shopping center create an extensive combination of choice. New development has include a Lowes Home Center, Kohl’s and coming soon will be a Trader Joe’s.

Flourishing Business and Progressive Development Opportunities–Growth of the business community has been steady during recent years as more and more companies have discovered the efficiencies of operating where land and the cost of doing business are low. As the largest city between Sacramento and Portland, Redding and Shasta County serve as a regional hub for transportation, medicial and industrial production and retail services.

A Changing City Reflects a Philantropic Spirit and a Progressive Plan–Public services are concentrated at the new City Hall in Redding that features “one stop”department for construction planning, permits and approvals. The city council promotes a “can do” philosophy to encourage business expansion and development. Redding produces it own electricity and is insulated from power shortages.


Recreation and Adventure Knows No Limits–Wild trout are commonly hooked in the Sacramento river as it flows through Redding and Shasta County. Numerous lakes including the huge Lake Shasta afford uncrowded water recreation, while other outdoor activities range from camping in national parks to kinking in wilderness areas. In the winter, nearby mountains provide downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing and snowmobiling.

Changing Downtown, Growing More Beautiful–A combination of citizens groups working with the City of Redding are creating a revitalized downtown. Historic buildings and theaters are being restored, public art installed and sidewalks widened and landscaped. Other attractions are bringing a new look to the old part of town.

A New Landmark, SPECTACULAR–Most striking of Redding’ new features is the Pedestrian Bridge at Turtle Bay. Designed by the world renown Spanish architect Dr. Santiago Calatrava, the 725 foot long bridge spans the Sacramento River and connects the Turtle Bay museum complex with the twelve miles of the Sacramento River Trails. These trails provide hiking and walking trails of diverse beauty.

The Turtle Bay Museums and Arboretum, a $46 million dollar project on 33 acres adjacent to the Sacramento River are the major center of cultural activities. Interactive family and educational faciliites include a planetarium, the Carter House Natural Science Musem, the Redding Museum of Art and History and other facilities that enhance the character of Redding and Shasta County, California.

cabinCenter for Medicine–Medical facilities in Redding and Shasta County compare with those of any large metropolitan area. The cardiac unit of one of our hospitals is ranked #5 in the country. All medical specialties are available in Redding and Shasta County ranging from heart surgery and state of the art cancer treatments, to neo-natal care and laser surgery. The only veterans medical facility north of Sacramento is located in Redding.

Higher Education–Choice best describes education opportunities in Redding and Shasta County. Twenty five school districts, 26 private schools, charter schools and facilities for Headstart and the handicapped form the backbone of education in the area. Collegiate education is available at Shasta Community College, Simpson College with a four-year liberal arts program and the facilities of a National University.

Concerts and Stage–The Redding Convention Center presents big name entertainers, traveling stage and dance groups, and a variety of musical events throughout the year. There are two local theatre groups and regular gathering of musicians. Additional events are held at the two college campuses.

Travel –Redding, Shasta County, California–Interstate 5, the main highway for the West Coast runs through the center of Redding and Shasta County. Two scheduled airlines provide multiple daily flights to larger regional airports and Amtrak stops in Redding, California.

Four Seasons Weather–Mild most months with temperatures seldome below freezing. Hot in summer with temperatures regularly in the nineties. Sunshine 320 days a year and rainfall averages 37 inches in late fall and winter.

Come for a visit to Redding, Shasta County, California and let us show you around. We have it all and we’ve got that “loving feeling” about our beautiful city and area. You will love it and want to come and live in Redding, Shasta County, California.

Visit these links to learn more about David and Jeanean Gendron and Redding Real Estate. We are dedicated to providing you with the internet tools and information you need to find out everything about our area and the real estate services we provide in Redding Real Estate and Shasta County Real Estate.


Call today for a free Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) on your home or your investment property and we can talk about Redding Real Estate.

Visit these links to learn more about Redding and Shasta County. City of Redding offers you information on our city current development, crime statistics and news. Redding Visitors & Convention Center provides you with the local events for music and entertainment, places to go, attractions, and where to stay. Information on our schools can be found wilth the Shasta County Office of Education. Shasta County Economic Development Department provides the demographics on trade, retail, population and employment statistics.
Jeanean Gendron ~ Your Redding Real Estate and Shasta County Specialist

Jeanean Gendron is a Realtor with Real Living Real Estate Professionals. I specialize in helping my clients use the internet to buy and sell Redding Real Estate. I help clients with technology tools to sell homes and to help buyers find homes that fit their defined goals. Visit our websites and blog today and learn all about the Redding Real Estate Market and Shasta County, California. You will love it and we will love having you here! Call today, we can help you. Visit our blog today and get the latest real estate news and trends at Living The Shasta Lifestyle. I always answer my phone. 530 276-7417.

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