California Historical Landmarks in Lassen County
California Historical Landmark 678
Lassen Emigrant Trail
State Route 36 at Twin Peaks Road
Through this draw passed many covered wagons and gold seekers enroute to California over the Lassen Trail during 1848-1851. Approaching this location from the north, the trail passed what is now Bogard Ranger Station. Proceeding southward to Big Springs and Big Meadows (now Lake Almanor), it then turned westward to Deer Creek, which it followed generally to Vina in the Sacramento Valley.
California Registered Historic Landmark No. 678
Plaque placed by the California State Park Commission in cooperation with the Lassen County Historical Society, August 15, 1959.