Anderson is a city in Shasta County, California, USA, approximately 10 miles south of Redding. The population was 9,932 at the 2010 census, up from 9,022 at the 2000 census.
Restaurants in Anderson
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Families and clubs enjoy this park. It has been around for a very long time. A few things have been improved through the years but other wise and remained the same.
Soccer, baseball, tennis, basket ball, fishing (boat ramp for river), hiking, picnic/bar b que, all sorts of functions are held here through out the year. Wildlife, fishing pond for the children, play areas and a dedication to our VETERANS.
5 based on 1 reviews
I last visited Country Lane (and Judith the owner) last holiday season. I have stopped into her store for many years on my trips to visit family nearby. I appreciate TripAdvisor and have been an avid user for several years, and I was surprised no one had ever written a review for Country Lane. Simply put, this is Christmas year round at this store. The owner Judith has filled the store with all varieties of ornaments in so many colors and styles, along with ribbons, trimming, characters and more. It's easy to design your own theme for the holidays as there is such a large variety of decorations. There are many trees she has decorated to show the styles. It's a great store to visit with kids, family and friends, something for everyone. I bought myself some ornaments. This is one of the best Christmas decoration stores I've been too. I travel a lot and this truly is one of the best. The store also carries a variety of home decor items. I bought my dad a large set of wind chimes; they sound great. There is also a great selection of women's jewelry and accessories. For my great nieces, I bought several pieces of enamel jewelry and scarves; they love the items. I admit, as a guy, I have to say, the variety of items is much more appealing and unique then I've seen in most women's stores. I enjoyed looking at all the items to find those perfect pieces for the great nieces. This is a stop worth making. Stop by, meet Judith and shop away.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Whiskeytown offers so much for so many people. While getting to the lake is easy, getting into the water may prove somewhat difficult to those in a wheelchair. However, for those in a stroller, life may not be so difficult. Several beaches offer snack shops where visitors can purchase snacks & non alcoholic beverages. Most public beaches are non-smoking & no alcohol beaches so be aware of this as there are a good amount of folks who will happily call you in for violations to the authorities who will come & are happy to hand out tickets. Someone has to pay for the upkeep on the beaches! The water is crystal clear in most locations & affords those with the proper license fishing opportunities! Look for bass, sun fish, & some trout (both brown & rainbow) During certain times of the year, Kokanee salmon run through & are easily spotted with their fire red skins. Most of the beaches are laden with Hawaii-like white sandy beaches. When I 1st saw Whiskeytown Lake, I thought of Tahoe. The biggest differences between the two are Whiskeytown contains smaller rocks & the water is warmer. Some beaches offer lifegaurds during the warmest months. Get your parking pass at the visitor center before heading out as there are not always passes available to self fill out.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Nice displays on reservoirs, California and information on the Mt. Shasta area. There are great views, a picnic area and a little gift shop too.
4.5 based on 250 reviews
Designated as a National Recreation Trail by the U.S. National Park Service, this scenic trail offers hiking, biking and horseback riding within the boundaries of a lively city.
It is a long walke next time we will bring bikes. quite and supprising to see samlon in the river jumping up streams to return to where they were born.
5 based on 4 reviews
We often go to movies here. Mostly because it's close to home but we really like this theater. I am a US Air Force veteran and they honor my service by giving me the matinee price for any showings.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Scheduled for completion in Summer 2004, this unusually designed bridge, functioning as a sundial at one end and conveying a sense of weightlessness, connects the north and south campuses of Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
Like the movie said, "Build it and they will come" is what they expected when they built this. I remember the press.
Wiki said 24mil for this thing. IT IS Different but not for the money. Dangerous in summer because of the hot surface according to signs leading in. People no doubt go there for lack of something better but what a huge extravegant use of public funds. Admittedly, I prefer my Redwoods, rivers and beaches. They can have this thing. I wont be back. Was only killing some time while in town.
5 based on 3 reviews
A little bit off the beaten path, but is well worth it. When we were there, since it was "not quite" season yet, we were only able to see the juvenile salmon and steelheads placed in the ponds, called "raceways" and also walked to the viewing deck on Battle Creek, where they release the fish, and saw a few coming back. In season you can see a school of fish coming back if you are lucky! During the spawning season (October through February) they told us that there are many events going on, for example, you can also see spawning activities inside the facility. All in all, a very informative facility for the whole family to enjoy.
4.5 based on 386 reviews
300 Acres of Fun! A hands-on natural science museum, arboretum & botanical gardens, live animals, summer wildlife show, year-round Parrot Playhouse (lorikeet aviary), walking trails, forestry center and ecology exhibits are all part of our expansive environmental and cultural museum complex.
Explored indoor and outdoor activities with 3 small children, ages 3-7 who were engaged at every installation, from old California mining artifacts to hands on solar electricity demonstrations, they loved it. Easy to navigate for parents and outdoor play/learning areas equally enjoyable. Highly recommend!
3.5 based on 9 reviews
We went to Shasta Outlets in Anderson. Its a nice outlet store area for the local community of about 10,000 plus people. There is a California Visitor Center there.
There is also Valley 11 Cinemas.
There are a variety of outlet stores and other stores such as the Dollar Store, Eddie Bauer, Dress Barn, etc. to shop at. Its not a premier shopping outlet center, but still nice for the local community.
There is also a few cafes and places to eat.
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