WHO WE ARE
Welcome to the Tall Timbers B&B website! We are the Van Der Linde family. We moved to the North State in 2015 and immediately fell in love with the surroundings and the people. In 2017, we decided to make ourselves at home here amongst the pine trees, wildlife, and mountains. We’ve loved every moment of it! It’s as if the woods speak to you with each fragrant breeze. The sun seems to smile up here! No day is ordinary. There is always a new sight, smell, or sound to discover. As we became acquainted with our new home, a vision and dream was born. We soon realized that our home is meant to be a place of solace, comfort, and friendship for all who enter through the door. Our dream is for Tall Timbers to be a place of remembrance; a place where you can connect with nature and who you really are. We can’t wait for you to visit us!
Things To Do
Lassen Volcanic National Park offers a wealth of activities that are as varied as the seasons of the park. Winter conditions often begin as early as October and persist through June or July. Be sure to check trail, campground and road conditions before planning a spring trip.
Summer and Fall
With over 150 miles of hiking trails, both day hiking and backpacking are popular summer activities. Don't miss Lassen's active hydrothermal areas including Sulphur Works and Bumpass Hell. Note that due to snow pack, the Bumpass Hell trail usually does not open until early to mid-July. The summer is season is also a great time to enjoy ranger-led programs and special events. To help plan your summer visit, view sample summer itineraries or read the summer edition of the Peak Experiences, the park newspaper.
Spring and Winter
Lassen receives more than 30 feet of snow on average each winter! The season often begins in October and persists through June or July. Snowplay, skiing, and snowshoeing are great ways to enjoy Lassen's winter wonderland. If you're new to winter at Lassen, join us for a ranger-led snowshoe program offered on weekends. For more information on planning a winter visit, read the winter edition of the Peak Experiences, the park newspaper.
Manzanita Lake Hiking Trail at Lassen Park
This easy trail in Lassen Volcanic National Park winds gently around Manzanita Lake and is an ideal choice for families or others unable to hike on difficult terrain. This trail is shaded by looming Jeffrey pines and bordered by lush willows.
Lassen Volcanic National Park Visitor Center
Kohm Yah-mah-nee (Southwest Entrance)
Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA
McArthur–Burney Falls Memorial State Park is the second oldest state park in the California State Parks system, located approximately 6 miles north of Burney, California. The park offers camping, fishing, watersports, hiking and horseback riding facilities. The park is mainly known for the waterfall, Burney Falls, at the entrance of the park. Wildlife in the park includes bass, trout, Steller's jay, squirrels, woodpeckers, deer, and on rare occasion, black bear.
McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park
Burney, CA 96013