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AUG 2021 - Damage teams assessing significant loss in Canyondam and Greenville. See Structure Map link at bottom. BOTH historic hotels in town have been destroyed, so no more lodging here.

Indian Valley is one of many beautiful Sierra meadows within California. Granite backbone of mid to high elevation forests and lakes in the North Sierra. River fishing, lake fishing, golfing, hiking, biking, awesome back roads, forests camping nearby. Restaurant, hotel and shopping can be found in downtown. Mountain bike races and much more. The massive Lake Almanor is due north, along the Feather River.

California Wildfire Greenville

Ace Hardware Greenville

elevation: 3670'
population: 1,129
zip code: 95947


forest meets large meadow valley. mountain area with pines, creeks & lakes nearby

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Plumas County
East of Chico, N of Quincy
on Hwy. 89



  • Back Road Exploration
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Hiking
  • River Rafting
  • Snow Skiing
  • parks, forests, rivers & lakes:

  • Lake Almanor
  • Round Valley Reservoir
  • Mountain Meadows Reservoir
  • Lassen National Forest
  • Lassen Volcanic National Park
  • Plumas National Forest
  • Feather River
  • description:
    The second small mountain town to burn down in California, in recent years. Total renovation on roadways and sidewalks in downtown Greenville (2018). Totally turned to rubble and ash in a few hours on AUG 4th (2021). Unimaginable damage and historic building lost forever.

    nearby towns:
    Crescent Mills
    Lake Almanor
    Round Valley (Plumas)

    Indian Valley - Plumas California


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