Amenities & Recreation Near Sierra Park

Outdoor Recreation

Outdoor Recreation abounds near Sierra Park, with hiking, biking, swimming, cross country skiing, boating and fishing practically in your back yard. Enjoy the sandy beaches and cool waters of beautiful Bucks Lake, just 17 miles from Quincy where you can fish on the shore or in a boat, water ski, or camp in the great outdoors. The Lake also has a resort, motel and a bed and breakfast inn.
For a full listing af all the Outdoor Recreation in Plumas County click here for the Plumas County Visitors Guide

Horseback Riding

Is available at several local stables, ranches and equestrian centers, one of which is the famous Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch just about 12 miles from Quincy.

Public Parks & Fairgrounds

Pioneer Public Park and Pioneer Pool are within walking distance from Sierra Park, as is the County's Public Fairgrounds which features the annual County Fair.  County Picnic.  High Sierra Music Festival.

Shopping & Dining

Are nearby in downtown Quincy. Stroll Quincy's Main Street and visit the many specialty shops, fine and casual dining restaurants.
Click here for a link to the Plumas County dining guide.

Plumas County Museum

Is located in downtown Quincy. There you can learn about the Counties past and tour the many exhibits and photos collected throughout the years. Just across the street, the Plumas County Court House is a spectacular architectural wonder that attracts visitors and locals alike. Click here for a link to their website

Town Hall Theatre & Plumas Arts

Provides cultural performances, art exhibits, events, movies and concerts. Click here to visit their website for more information

The Excitement & Beauty of High Sierra Golf

Is available at Plumas County's golf courses which include Bailey Creek,  Nakoma Golf Resort, Feather River Park Resort, Graeagle Meadows, Grizzly Ranch, Lake Almanor Country Club, Lake Almanor West, Mt. Huff, Plumas Pines Golf Resort, and the Golf Club at Whitehawk Ranch.
For more information on outdoor recreation in the area, visit the Plumas County Visitor Guide