Hike the Bumpass Hell Trail
Visit Emerald Lake
Walk the Devastated Area Trail
Hike Kings Creek Falls Trail
Visit the Loomis. Museum
Visit the Kohm Yah-Mah-Nee Visitor Center
Relax at Lake Helen
Stop by Sulphur Works
Camp at Manzanita Lake
Drive the scenic highway
A 3 mile hike that begins along a dirt and gravel path that brings you to the boardwalk path in the vast hydrothermal area known as Bumpass Hell.
One of the smaller of Lassen's Lake, but still quite beautiful. It is greener in color due to the vegetation that grows in the water.
This 2.5 mile loop trail starts through a quiet meadow with wildflowers and Kings Creek running through it ultimately ending at a 50 ft waterfall!
The Loomis Museum offers a great history lesson on the park including photography of Lassen's eruption and a history of the Native Americans in this area.
Walk the half mile loop that describes what happened during the 1915 eruption of Mt Lassen and how it formed the landscape surrounding you.
Inside you’ll find an interactive map of the park lands, an information center, gift shop, and snacks.
Lake Helen is simply stunning. It sits at the base of Mt. Lassen and is deep blue in color. You can swim here, it’s definitely quite chilly and can hold ice well into the summer!
Sulphur Works is an area few boiling mud pots off the side of the highway and a sidewalk path that leads you to them.
One of the best campgrounds in Lassen Volcanic National Park. There is a camper store, gas station, showers, a 1.5 mile trail around the lake, and kayak rentals!
The best way to see Lassen National Park when you’re short on time is to drive the 30 mile Scenic Highway from the southwest entrance to the northwest entrance.