Big Bend is a northern California town in Shasta County and is the indigenous homeland of the Madhesi tribe. Early white settlers began to arrive in the 1860s and a small town had been established by the 1890s. It got its current name because it’s situated in a big bend in the Pit River, which is the largest tributary to the Sacramento River. Glampers can white water raft, fish, or boat along the river. Chalk Mountain is easily visible from the town, and a white rock feature in the mountain side is called the White Buffalo. The nearby Bald Peak has tons of cold water springs which creates creeks perfect for recreational activity. Big Bend also has many geothermal hot springs, perfect for relaxing in after a long day of hiking. Ensure an epic glamping adventure when you book a trip to Big Bend, California.
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