Serving Redding, California, in the United States, Redding Municipal Airport is a public airport located around ten kilometres or six miles southeast of the city. Located at 40.508889 latitude and -122.293333 longitude, the airport has two asphalt-surfaced runways measuring at around 1,500 metres to 2,100 metres and 5,100 feet or 7,000 feet, in length.
What to see & do
When within Redding, California, visit some of its well-known attractions such as the Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Sundial Bridge, WaterWorks Park, Bethel Church, Whiskeytown Lake, and Pilgrim Congregational Church. The city’s Turtle Bay Exploration Park, is a museum complex with a botanical garden, a natural history and science museum. The park also has a camp for nature, history, and science education programs, in addition to seasonal animal programs. Within the park are the McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, Turtle Bay Museum, and Paul Bunyan’s Forest Camp. The McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, also referred to as the Redding Arboretum, covers an area that measures around 300 acres or 120 hectares, with 200 acres or 80 hectares of undeveloped arboretum, and 20 acres or 8 hectares of botanical garden. Other gardens within the area include a children’s garden, butterfly garden, specialty gardens, and more. The Turtle Bay Museum offers both changing and permanent exhibits on natural history, cultural history, art and science. Among the museum’s exhibits also include a fish tank, hands-on displays, among others. The museum complex also offers Paul Bunyan’s Forest Camp, as an education exploration centre which has been modelled after a forest camp. The forest camp’s Millhouse Museum has exhibits that feature North State forests and wildlife, along with some live animals, in addition to many more. Lastly, Redding, or the City of Redding, experiences temperatures of 23.86 degrees Celsius or 74.97 degrees Fahrenheit as an average high, 9.53 degrees Celsius or 49.16 degrees Fahrenheit as average low, with a daily mean of 16.64 degrees Celsius or 62.05 degrees Fahrenheit.
How to get around within Redding
Travelling around Redding, California can be done by bus and bicycle. Getting around through the city’s bus service, RABA or Redding Area bus Authority, the city bus line follows a route that goes to Shasta College, Burney, and Anderson. The city’s bus terminal can be found at the corner of Yuba and California Street. When travelling by bus, please be advised that in addition to the base fare, there is a zone change to be paid. Using the bicycle to get around Redding is convenient since the drivers within the city are normally cooperative with bicyclists. Although when travelling down smaller roads, please be extra cautious and strictly travel down the bike lanes provided. Additionally, when travelling by bike, it is recommended not to go on CA-44, as well as the Pit River Bridge that goes across Shasta Lake.
How to get there
As the airport that serves Redding, California, Redding Municipal Airport is the only one that operates flights to and from two destinations, namely San Francisco via San Francisco International Airport and Sacramento via Sacramento International Airport. These destinations can be reached with the flights operated by United Express.
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