The Downtown Oroville community is made up of small business owners, artists, entrepreneurs, musicians, chefs, and many more interesting people wanting the world to know we are THE place to be.

Inside the Downtown area, you’ll find over 50 shops and eateries. Make a day of it and start with a nearby outdoor adventure.

Points of Interest Along the River

Brad Freeman Bike Trail – 41-mile (66 km) bike trail running along the Feather River up to the Dam back down through the city then out to the forebay and afterbay.

Feather Falls – 6th highest waterfall in the U.S. Home to the ladybug migration.

Oroville State Wildlife Area – a small area of protected wetland on the Feather River, near Thermalito Diversion Pool Area, it is well known for hunting and birdwatching.

Riverbend Park on Montgomery street, right off Hwy 70. Boat access to the river as well as fishing, disc golf, running and walking trails, river-beach and water fountains to play in on hot days.

The Fish Hatchery located on Table Mtn Blvd just at the river. Tours for schools and individuals available.

Bedrock Park – swimming and fishing in the Feather River. Picnic areas. Located on the Feather River at the North end of Feather River Blvd.

The Chinese Temple was built in 1863 by members of the Chinese Popular Religion.

Nearby Attractions

North and South Table Mountain – two volcanic plateaus located 3 miles (4.8 km) outside of Oroville. Home to vernal pools, mine shafts, spring wildflowers, ancient basalt flows, and seasonal waterfalls.

Bald Rock – granite batholith located in the Plumas National Forest.

Thermalito Afterbay – A man-made reservoir located just west of Oroville. Good for boating, hunting, and fishing.

Thermalito Forebay – small manmade reservoir located just off Highway 70. Good for swimming, boating, and wildlife viewing.