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Red Bluff is in Tehama County in California.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Interstate 5 bisects Red Bluff offering access from Redding to the north and Sacramento to the south. Red Bluff is accessed from Exits #647-651.

By plane[edit]

  • 1 Red Bluff Municipal Airport (RBL IATA), Airport Blvd. Red Bluff Municipal is a general aviation airport. There are no commercial flights into KRBL. Red Bluff Municipal Airport (Q278010) on Wikidata Red Bluff Municipal Airport on Wikipedia
  • 2 Redding Municipal Airport (RDD IATA), Woodward Circle, Redding, +1 530 224-4320, fax: +1 530 224-4318. United Express is the only carrier to provide commercial flights to Redding Municipal. 24 mi (39 km) north of Red Bluff. Redding Municipal Airport (Q7305623) on Wikidata Redding Municipal Airport on Wikipedia
  • 3 Sacramento International Airport (SMF IATA), 6900 Airport Boulevard, Sacramento, +1 916 929-5411, . Sacramento Intl. is the closest major airport to Red Bluff. A number of major airlines service Sacramento. 130 mi (210 km) south of Red Bluff. Sacramento International Airport (Q1432668) on Wikidata Sacramento International Airport on Wikipedia

By bus[edit]

  • 4 Greyhound, (Bus stop) Chevron Gas Station at Sunshine Food & Gas at 22700 Antelope Blvd (Off of I-5 at Exit 649, 2 miles east town along Antelope Blvd,), toll-free: +1-800-231-2222. Greyhound travels primarily on Interstate 5/CA-Hwy 99 between Portland and Sacramento via Weed, Redding, Chico, Red Bluff, Oroville and/or Marysville. Passengers transfer to other buses in Portland, Sacramento or Redding to continue to additional destinations. Prices vary depending on your destination.
  • Susanville Indian Rancheria Public Transportation Program (SIR), (bus stop) Red Bluff Transit Center at Rio and Walnut St, +1 530 257-1128. Connects Susanville to Chester, Red Bluff and Redding. Passengers connect in Susanville to Lassen (County) Rural Bus to continue to other towns in Lassen County or to another SIR or Sage Stage bus to continue towards Reno from Susanville. Schedules are limited so be sure of the departure and connection times before using this option especially if going to Reno.

By train[edit]

  • 5 Amtrak Thruway Motor Coach Rt #3. Connects Redding (via Red Bluff, Chico, Oroville, Marysville, Davis, etc) to the Amtrak San Joaquins and Capitol Corridor trains in Sacramento and only the San Joaquins Train in Stockton. Tickets on this bus are only available for connections to Amtrak trains. Thruway buses stop at the Red Bluff Transit Center at on Rio & Walnut St in downtown Red Bluff. Amtrak trains do not stop into town.

Get around[edit]

By bus[edit]

  • 6 Tehama Rural Area Express (TRAX), 1509 Schwab St, +1 530 385-2877, . M-F: 6:30AM-6:30PM; buses don't run on major holidays. TRAX has two routes in Red Bluff. In addition to the two routes that service the city, two other routes that lead to other cities in the county originate in Red Bluff. TRAX buses may be flagged down at any point along the published routes where it is safe for the bus to stop. (Map marker at the Red Bluff Transit Center on Rio & Walnut St). Local service: $0.50, Regional service: $1.50, Seniors/diabled/students $1.00.



  • 1 William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park, 21659 Adobe Rd (0.5 mi (0.8 km) east of I-5), +1 530 529-8599. Park grounds sunrise-sunset. Visitor Center F-Su 10AM-̩4PM. The old adobe home of William B. Ide, president of the short-lived California Bear Republic. William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park (Q8004811) on Wikidata William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park on Wikipedia



  • ABC Chinese Restaurant, 945 S Main St, +1 530 529-1198.
  • Casa Ramos Mexican Restaurant, 2001 N. Main St, +1 530 527-2684.
  • Dales Station (Pub & Grub), 25860 Highway 36E (10 miles east of Red Bluff at Manton Road), +1 530-597-2100. hours of operation vary-call first. An amazing little restaurant and grill with a great wine/beer bar, boasting over 50 beers to choose from. Burgers, chili, tri tip, pulled pork, salads, chicken and many other tasty treats You can't beat the beer and ale selection, and they serve award winning local wines. Serving grub since 1907! This place has a unique history, and has been completely renovated. A cozy atmosphere where you can belly up to the bar or relax on cow hide clad couches. A gem in the volcanic wilderness. Ask them about the local bald eagle nest.
  • Egg Roll King, 55 Antelope Blvd, +1 530 529-2888.
  • Green Barn, 5 Chestnut Ave, +1 530 527-3161.
  • La Corona Mexican Restaurant, 914 Walnut St, +1 530 528-9496.
  • Los Amigos Taqueria, 214 S Main St, +1 530 527-8297.
  • Los Mariachis Mexican Rstrnt, 604 Main St, +1 530 529-5154.
  • Peking Chinese Restaurant, 860 Main St, +1 530 527-0523.
  • Riverside Bar and Grill (500 Riverside Way), +1 530 528-0370, fax: +1 530-528-0372, . 11AM to 10PM daily.



Stay safe[edit]

Call 911 for all emergencies

Go next[edit]

Routes through Red Bluff
ReddingCottonwood  N I-5.svg S  CorningSacramento
FortunaMad River ← Jct N California 3.svg  W California 36.svg E  Mill CreekSusanville
END  N California 99.svg S  ChicoSacramento

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