the 2,200-capacity auditorium hosts musical concerts and performing arts shows, as well as business events including conventions, trade shows and expos and meetings.
There are more than 200 miles of hiking trails in the Redding area, along with river rafting, the best trout fishing on the West Coast, golfing, boat docks, and of boat, jet ski, kayak, and paddleboard rentals. Oh, and there’s 300 days a year of sunshine!
Redding offers year-round outdoor activities for the adventurers in us all. You can race snowmobiles across a mountain, cross country ski through the backcountry, snowshoe across a volcano, and ski and board down Mount Shasta.
There so many exciting things to do and see in Redding that you won’t know where to start and when to end, with attractions that honor Redding’s beginnings as a railroad and mining town, to modern day fun for the whole family. Cascade Theatre, an art deco movie house built in 1934 (29 min walk); Win-River Casino, a Native American gaming facility open around the clock (7 miles); Historic “Old Shasta” museum of the gold rush days is just six miles west of Downtown Redding (5.7 miles); Waterworks, a family fun water park (28 min walk); Schrader Planetarium has a spectacular evening show (2 miles).
The natural beauty of Redding begins just outside our front door. Within easy walking distance of the hotel is the famous Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay, a glass pathway for pedestrians and bikes that lights up at night and spans the Sacramento River. It doesn’t stop there. Turtle Bay Exploration Park with a museum, arboretum, animal programs and botanical gardens (22 min. walk); Lake Redding Park with a picnic pavilion, playgrounds, fishing and boat ramp (14 min walk); Shasta Dam and Lake, the 2 nd largest dam in America coupled with a scenic lake with 350 miles of shoreline (10 miles); Lake Shasta Caverns, the largest caverns in California, accessible only by boat, includes a narrated tour on the boat ride across the lake (10 miles); Trinity Alps Wilderness Area, with California’s largest nesting population of bald eagles (47 miles); Lassen Volcanic National Park, Lake, with an active volcano, hot Sulphur springs and waterfalls (47 miles) Red Bluff, where the Sacramento River is spanned by a diversion dam where you can watch salmon swimming upstream via closed-circuit television (31 miles).
There are more than 200 restaurants in Redding, including several fine eateries and pubs within a short distance of Americas Best Value Inn. Clearie’s Restaurant and Lounge The Brasserie Anthony’s Mediterranean Cuisine Maxwell’s Eatery Westside Pizza Final Draft Brewing Janya’s Thai Cuisine Moonstone Bistro and Microbrewery