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94 apartments for rent in Redding, CA

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Redding, CA 96001 Map

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Redding, CA 96003 Map

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Red Bluff, CA 96080 Map

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Weaverville, CA 96093 Map

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Red Bluff, CA 96080 Map

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The first thing you’ll love about Redding is the weather – 250 beautiful days a year. The next thing you’ll love is the gorgeous location. And finally, you’ll love the beautiful city itself, filled with culture and excitement. Your new apartment in Redding holds the promise of amazing adventures, perfect weather, and unsurpassed quality of life.

Located in the Shasta Cascades region of northern California, Redding is surrounded by national parks. The forests, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, and mountains aren’t just pretty to look at – they provide a great playground – rock climbing, caving, camping, hiking, boating, whitewater rafting, skiing, snowmobiling – name your sport, and Redding delivers.

Shasta Lake is the state’s largest lake and the Sacramento River is the state’s longest river. West of Redding, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is home to some of the state’s most stunning waterfalls, including Whiskeytown Falls, Brandy Creek Falls, and Boulder Creek Falls. The area is a popular hiking, camping, and picnicking destination.

Turtle Bay is another popular Redding attraction. It contains stunning gardens, the sleek sundial bridge, a museum, and exhibitions. It also includes the McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, a 20-acre area with a children’s garden, Mediterranean gardens, and a medicinal garden. The museum provides historic re-creations, art, a café, and underwater fish viewing.

Redding is a busy city, with plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment. Enjoy theaters, museums, art galleries, and shopping that ranges from tiny antique stores to exclusive boutiques to the large Mt. Shasta Mall.

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