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California dams are constantly being decommissioned for various reasons. Who is responsible for destroying the hard work Californian's have contributed to the watershed? Come along with us for a California Sun Outdoor Adventure as we explore why the dams are being removed and who is responsible, and worst yet, who is paying for it.
An agreement was reached regarding the removal of Copco #1, Copco #2, Iron Gate Dam and the J.C. Boyle Dam all along the Klamath River. Has Klamath River Dam been removed? Not yet and we are here to create a movement to stop the removal of our dams in order to preserve the current habitats and benefits of our dams.
We challenge the narrative that the removal of the dams will be worth the money and effort in terms of ecological conservation. We reject the actions and question the agenda of those parties under agreement.
Sycamore Grove Campground
About This Campground
Sycamore Grove Campground sits along the banks of the sparkling Sacramento River at a 300-foot elevation, within the 488-acre Red Bluff Recreation Area. The area is an isolated parcel of the Mendocino National Forest in Northern California, in Red Bluff, CA. Visitors to the campground enjoy shady oak and sycamore trees and grassy fields within a beautiful riparian environment.
Visitors can enjoy the 4-mile paved nature trail, which winds through flowering grasslands, wetlands and oak woodlands, providing access to an abundance of plants and wildlife, as well as incredible views of Mount Shasta, Mount Lassen and the Yolla Bolly Mountains. The nearby river provides visitors with access to a variety of water-related recreation opportunities, including fishing, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, swimming and canoeing. A variety of fish can be seen in the river, including Chinook, Steelhead, and Striped Bass.
The campground offers more than two dozen, single-family and double campsites, available for tent and RV camping. Campsites are equipped with tables and campfire rings with grills. Accessible flush and vault toilets, as well as showers and drinking water, are provided. The showers are coin-operated and a code for the combination lock to the bathhouse can be obtained from the on-site campground host.
Sycamore Grove is a beautiful campground that is open year-round. Campsites and open areas throughout the campground are covered in lush, green grass, with shade trees towering overhead. The campground provides access to a variety of hiking and biking trails, as well as the scenic Sacramento River, which is open to all types of water sports.
Sycamore Grove Campground is located in the middle of the Northern Sacramento Valley. It is two miles from the city of Red Bluff, 25 miles from Rolling Hills Casino, 34 Miles from Redding California, 40 miles from Lake Shasta, and 60 miles from Lassen Volcanic National Park.
We got up early to catch the Summer sunrise at Sycamore Grove Campground. It was a perfectly serene morning with interesting sounding birds chirping vigorously. Bats whipped around the crisp dawn air, hunting down their buggy breakfast.
Red Bluff Diversion Dam is a disused irrigation diversion dam on the Sacramento River in Tehama County, California. Until 2013, the dam provided irrigation water for two canals that serve 150,000 acres of farmland on the west side of the Sacramento Valley.
After Ocean Fishing in the Kayaks we went shelling at low tide. Alan comments on the size of the waves here at Anchor Bay Campground
Come with us next time to places like Anchor Bay Campground for awesome ocean waves and a beach sunrise. For now, enjoy this clip from our episode Outdoor Adventure to Anchor Bay Campground.
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