Quincy, Feather River Canyon, Bucks Lake
Quincy, in the heart of the Feather River Country, lies between Oroville, California and Reno, Nevada along Highway 70 near Bucks Lake. Quincy is the county seat of Plumas County and the hub of much county activity. Nestled within Plumas National Forest, and dissected by the middle and north forks of the Feather River this country is rich in gold mining, logging and railroad history and includes the towns of Beldon, Twain, Meadow Valley, Bucks Lake, Greenhorn Ranch and Sloat. With homes, farms, ranches, acreage, mountain parcels, recreation land and waterfront property, the Feather River Country features the peaceful, connected rural living to which many long to escape.
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Things to Do in Quincy, Feather River Canyon, and Bucks Lake
With many different options for food in the Quincy area, your cravings are surely going to be cured. The Quincy area provides many different types of food. For more information on dining in the Quincy area, click HERE.
Bucks Lake, only 17 miles from Quincy, is the main area for outdoor recreation around Quincy. It provides a place to fish, boat, and hike around the Quincy area for both residents and visitors.
With 17 miles of shoreline, Bucks Lake provides a great place to fish. Bucks Lake is a small lake, but is still a hub for fishing around the Quincy area! Past fishermen have caught trophy winning fish in Bucks Lake. For more information on Bucks Lake, click HERE.
Bucks Lake is a phenomenal place for boating and water sports. Campers, locals, and visitors love to take advantage of the lake in the summer months for any recreational water sports. For more information on boating and water sports at Bucks Lake, click HERE.
Located between Eastern Plumas County and the Lake Almanor Basin, hiking trails are very accessible around the area. One of the most popular places to hike is the Feather River Canyon following the Feather River. It is a great place to feel in touch with nature. For more information on hiking in the Quincy area, click HERE.