Caribou Crossroads

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Rivers, lakes, camping, wildlife, waterfalls, hiking trails  it's all here! Come join us for the day, the weekend, the entire summer! It's s'more fun at Caribou! 

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Hiking. It's still cool and comfortable to try the many hiking trails in the area. The Fisherman's Trail at the end of Caribou Road is a great one to try!

Trout Season! Is officially open! Grab your license and rod and let's go fishing!

Spring wildflowers. Take a drive up the canyon and see the wildflowers and trees strutting their stuff! Waterfalls can also be found. Don't forget the camera!

April 26, 2014

The 8th Annual Trout Opener was a huge success! Congratulations to our winners: Adult division first place went to Ryan Carrillo, of Oroville, with a length of 21 1/16". Second place went to Lonnie Jones, Jr., of Oroville with 20 3/4". And third place went to dad Lonnie Jones, Sr., also of Oroville, with a fish length of 19 5/8". Good job!

Our young anglers (12 and under) also had a good showing. Our first place winners with a tie of 13 1/16" were Dillon Jordan, age 10, from Oroville and your youngest fishergirl, Jasmine Chavez, age 4, from Citrus Heights. Remaining anglers, all from Oroville, were: Mason McNabb, age 5, 12 1/2"; O'Riley McNabb, age 10, 11 3/4"'; Amiya Rash, age 5, 10 1/2"; Quade Lobo, age 9, 10 1/16"; and Liliana Carrillo, age 4, 10". These are our 'future pros'! Congratulations to all!

22.8.2011

Caribou is located in Belden, CA. Our official address is 16242 Hwy. 70, in the beautiful Feather River Canyon. Located at the 'corner' of Hwy. 70 and Caribou Road. You can reach us by phone at 530-283-1384.

We have had a lot of calls regarding the fires that went through in the fall of 2012. All is well and the area is green and healthy, with very little damage to the trees in our area. All the campsites will be open this year. Come join us!

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Fishing

The solution to any problem - work, love money, whatever - is

to go fishing, and the worse the problem, the longer the trip should be.         ~John Gierach