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Thunderhill Raceway

Thunderhill Raceway Park has been serving the motor-sports enthusiast for over 20 years! We specialize in helping you, the event organizer, put on the best possible event for your clients! You can always count on Thunderhill Raceway Park to satisfy your need for speed. In addition, our friendly staff is onsite each and every day to help with any need you may have. Once you experience Thunderhill Park you will know why we are rated the number one club friendly track on the West Coast by many of our clients. Whether you need a location for a film shoot, track day event, or private testing, Thunderhill Raceway Park is your number one choice. At Thunderhill, our goal is to provide a motor-sports venue operated by a very courteous, expedient, professional staff of the highest caliber.


Glenn Golf & Country Club

The 9-hole Glenn Golf & Country Club in Willows, CA is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1960. Designed by Ben Harmon, Glenn Golf & Country Club measures 3205 yards from the longest tee and has a slope rating of 113 and a 35 USGA rating.


Stony Gorge Reservoir

Stony Gorge Reservoir is a California Fishing spot Stony Gorge Reservoir is located in Glenn County in the State of California Stony Gorge Reservoir has the latitude and longitude (39.57994, -122.52765) and the altitude is 520 feet.


Black Butte Lake

Black Butte Lake was formed in 1963 upon the completion of Black Butte Dam. Located on Stony Creek west of Orland, the lake is an inviting and accessible recreation area on the west side of the Sacramento Valley. When full, the lake has a surface area of 4,460 acres, is seven miles long and has a shoreline of 40 miles. The dam provides flood damage protection for local towns and agricultural lands.


Sacramento River

The Sacramento River, California's largest river, is your ticket to beating the summer heat and escaping the tumult of everyday life. Flowing 375 miles, from the shadow of Mount Shasta in the north through the Central Valley and the Delta to San Francisco Bay, this river constitutes an irreplaceable resource to Northern California's ecology.


Sacramento Wildlife Refuge

Welcome to the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex, located approximately 90 miles north of the city of Sacramento. The Complex consists of five national wildlife refuges (NWR) and three wildlife management areas (WMA) that comprise over 35,000 acres of wetlands and uplands in the Sacramento Valley of California. In addition, there are over 30,000 acres of conservation easements in the Complex. The Refuges and easements are part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service); they serve as resting and feeding areas for nearly half the migratory birds on the Pacific Flyway.