Water Sports

Camp McCumber

We may see a vastly different WaterWorks Park next summer Read more


As the mercury climbs into triple-digits of the summer season, keep in mind there are stimulating, active things you can be doing to keep cool. A day spent whitewater rafting is a day of fun and enjoyment not soon forgotten. Read more




To truly see NorCal from the most stunning perspectives, try seeing these landmarks from the water. Grab a paddle and explore our area’s famous bodies of water in ways you have never imagined. Get into paddling sports with the Shasta Paddlers. Read more


Everyone has a way of knowing that they’re close to home. Driving on Highway 44, you know you’re in Redding if you see Sundial Bridge’s 217-foot white pylon towering over the trees in Turtle Bay Exploration Park. Read more

If you are looking for a place to sail or learn to sail, look no farther than Whiskeytown Lake fifteen miles west of Redding. While Lake Shasta gets more attention...Whiskeytown is the gem that Redding area sailors depend on. Read more