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TJ Holmes

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2334 Washington Ave, Suite B
Redding, California 96001 

 

 
 
 
About Redding, CA
Situated at the northern end of the Sacramento River Valley, Redding is the hub city in Shasta Cascade and is located just two hours north of Sacramento and three hours northeast of San Francisco. An incredibly historic and vast rural region, Redding offers outdoor adventure and attractions all year long, along with great wine, food, sporting and cultural events, dining, lodging and entertainment. Found near several scenic lakes, rivers, state and national parks, including Shasta Lake, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, and Lassen Volcanic National Park, Redding is a fantastic base-camp for exploration, offering Any Adventure, Any Day. Voted in 2014 as the “Unofficial capital of Kayaking” by Time Magazine, Redding is located at the crossroads of I-5 and California state routes 299 and 44, with the incredible Sacramento River running through the center of town. 

 



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