Feather River Tourism Association (FRTA) relaunches the annual Great fall blog to celebrate one of the most popular times of the year in Plumas County – the splendor of fall foliage.

Through social media, press releases, promotions, and the new website (Plumascounty.org), FRTA is bringing back the Awesome Autumn Fall Promotion that was started by the Plumas County Visitors Bureau ages ago. many years, but has not been actively marketed since 2015. Included are some past fall photos from around the county.

The awesome fall blog will be updated weekly with current fall color conditions, different locations, and how to enjoy your leaf. FRTA invites you to help display our awesome fall by sending in current photos that can be posted to update the blog weekly.

Please include with photos the date and location they were taken and how the photo should be credited. Photos can be emailed to [email protected] . If you need additional information, please call 530-736-6188.


New autumn brochures will be available at the end of September and will be available from many accommodation providers or B&B Bookseller/Cravings in Chester, Gigi’s in Crescent Mills and Quincy Provisions in Quincy. The brochure has been redesigned from the original by Shelley Hunter, owner of the Quincy Feather Bed Inn.

For business owners in the district (FRTMD), please contact FRTA if your tourism-related business is not on the new website.

For all lodging providers paying the 2% FRTMD assessment, please contact the Feather River Tourism Association to have your lodging property added if you are not currently listed. If you need more information about the Feather River Tourism Association and the Feather River Tourism Marketing District, please contact us by email or phone.

The Feather Bed Inn in Quincy. Photo by Colin Birdseye
Drop off at Feather River Land Trust Heart K Ranch in the Genesee Valley. Photo submitted
Collin’s pine easel in Chester. Photo by Betty Bishop