10 Top Attractions In Lassen Volcanic Park 

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Loomis Museum – The historic Loomis Museum is right next to beautiful Manzanita Lake. This wheelchair accessible museum has many important exhibits.

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Mount Tehama – The Mount Tehama stratovolcano is located in the Cascades and is the second highest peak inside the national park.

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Gorgeous Kings Creek Meadows – Kings Creek Falls Trailhead, the Kings Creek Meadow Scenic Pullout offers open views of a wide meadow.

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The Painted Mounds – The Painted Mounds are multicolored pumice fields formed by volcanic ash oxidation that have shaped Lassen Park.

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Kayak at Summit Lake – Summit Lake is the only lake along the highway where boating is allowed. But it's a great place for a few hours of casual boating.

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Helen Lake – Helen Lake is a glacial or tarn lake located in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Helen Lake is located approximately 2,600feet west of the Bumpus Range.

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Summit Lake Campground – Summit Lake is a gorgeous lake that offers many typical Lassen Volcanic activities, from hiking and boating to stargazing.

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Kings Creek Falls – Kings Creek Falls and a famous attraction.

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Devastated Area – The wheelchair-accessible Devastated Area Interpretive Trail shows the effects of the Lassen Peak 1915eruption.

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10 Things To Do In Lassen Volcanic Park

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