Introduction to Susanville, California
The earliest settlers in this area were lead by Isaac Roop and Peter Lassen. They formed a separate territory for themselves called Nataqua which was later attached to Nevada and Isaac Roop became the first governor. A few years later it was discovered that the area was a part of California. The city was renamed Susanville for the name of Isaac Roop's daughter Susan.
Susanville and Nearby Attractions
- US Eagle Lake Ranger District.
- Lassen National Forest.
- Memorial Park.
- Riverside Park.
Things To Do In Susanville
Susanville offers a relaxed and healthy life for its citizens, as well as visitors. Since it is located among forested mountains, it offers plenty of opportunities for hunting, hiking, fishing, boating and cycling. The city also has a golf course.
Susanville is served by the Reno/ Tahoe International Airport.
Susanville Higher Education
Higher education opportunities are available at Lassen Community College.