William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park
Location: 21659 Adobe Rd, Red Bluff, California 96080, United States
Features: Picnic, overlook, historic park
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About the Woodland Opera House State Historic Park
William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park is a California State Historic Park located on the west bank of the Sacramento River, a mile north of Red Bluff in Tehama County, California. It is in the Sacramento Valley of Northern California. The park memorializes William Brown Ide, a California pioneer, captain of the Bear Flag Revolt and the only president of the California Republic, which lasted from June 14 to July 9, 1846.
Top 3 Adventure Hacks
1. Activities & Special Events
A picnic overlooking the Sacramento River. The park features the old adobe home, blacksmith shop and a visitor center. Also try visiting during Special events like Adobe day to enjoy and experience a period of music of the Ide Adobe Players.
2. Weather at William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park
Summer and spring are warm; fall and winter can be cool. Layered clothing is advised. Great place to spend a hot summer day, Plenty of shade to be found. Never go on an adventure without the proper gear.
3. Relaxing Historic Park
This park is a 4-acre park with a picnic area and a historic 1850s homestead. The park today reflects the hard work it took to maintain life away from California’s urban centers in mid-19th century. Visitors touring the visitor center and ranch buildings will be able to learn about the special skills and work activities of California pioneers, comparing them to their own lives. Educational programs tied into school programs offer students hands-on learning experiences that emphasize the lifestyle associated with early settlers.