Snowshoe Hikes Return to the Lassen Volcanic National Park

After a three-year hiatus due to COVID and wildfire, ranger-led snowshoe hikes are back at the Lassen Volcanic National Park.Starting tomorrow at the Southwest entrance of the Khom Yah-Mah-nee visitor center, you can grab a free ticket and park-provided snowshoes to hike and explore... Read More.

Lassen Volcanic Park Closes Highway for Winter

Lassen National Park Highway closes to through traffic for the winter and spring snow seasons. The recent fall snow storms brought heavy snow and ice to the high-elevation roadway leaving it unsafe for heavy travel from visitors.Yet that does not mean you cannot enjoy... Read More.

SPI Donates to Greenville Park

Greenville Little League fields, devastated by the Dixie Fire, have new hope. Sierra Pacific Industries has donated 20,000 dollars to help refurbish Greenville Park. The check will help the Indian Valley CSD rebuild the fields and welcome ball players once more. The donation, though,... Read More.

Lassen Volcanic Ntl Park Keeps HWY thru Park Closed Due to Snow

The Lassen Volcanic National Park reminds you that the highway running through the park remains closed following the winter storm. Highway 89 is closed from the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center from the Southwest entrance and Loomis Plaza from the Northwest entrance. The park received... Read More.

More Winter Closures in the Lassen Volcanic Ntl Park

The Lassen Volcanic Park warns visitors that no food or gas is available in the Manzanita Lake area. The park service has closed the camper store for the winter season. You can still access the Manzanita Lake Campground and the park highway, as both... Read More.

City Moves Forward with Restroom Improvements at Memorial Park

The City of Susanville will move forward with plans to improve the restroom facilities at Memorial Park. A Community Block Development Grant that had the original intent to provide COVID relief for small businesses through a loan process has now been changed into used... Read More.