Fall at Bucks Lake. Photo by Michael Beatley

Autumn is here – send in your photos for the Awesome Autumn Blog of Plumas County

Feather River Tourism Association (FRTA)  is re-starting the annual Awesome Autumn Blog to celebrate one of the most popular times of the year in Plumas County — the splendor of the fall foliage.

Through social media, news releases, promotions and the new website (Plumascounty.org), FRTA is bringing back the fall promotion of Awesome Autumn which was started by the Plumas County Visitors Bureau many years ago, but hasn’t been actively marketed since 2015. Included are some past fall photos from around the county.

The Awesome Autumn Blog will be updated weekly with current conditions of fall colors, different locations and how to enjoy your leaf peeping.   FRTA invites you to help display our awesome autumn by sending current photos that can be posted to update the blog each week.

Please include with photos the date taken, where taken and how the photo is to be credited. Photos can be emailed to [email protected] .  If you need any additional information, please call 530-736-6188.

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New fall brochures will be available at the end of September and will be available at many lodging providers or B & B Bookseller/Cravings in Chester, Gigi’s in Crescent Mills and Quincy Provisions in  Quincy.  The brochure was re-designed from the original  by Shelley Hunter, owner of the Quincy Feather Bed Inn.

For business owners in the (FRTMD) district please contact FRTA if your tourism related business is not on the new website.

For all lodging providers paying the 2 percent FRTMD assessment please contact Feather River Tourism Association to have your lodging property added if you are currently not listed. If you need more information on the Feather River Tourism Association and Feather River Tourism Marketing District please reach out via email or phone.

The Feather Bed Inn in Quincy. Photo by Colin Birdseye
Fall at the Feather River Land Trust Heart K Ranch in Genesee Valley. Photo submitted
The Collin’s Pine Trestle in Chester. Photo by Betty Bishop