Rugged canyons, crystal clear lakes, grassy meadows, trout-filled streams, fresh pine forests and brilliant star-filled skies—they all await you in beautiful Plumas County.
Located in northeastern California where the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain range meet, Plumas County boasts more than 100 lakes, 1,000 miles of rivers and streams and over a million acres of national forest. With only eight people per square mile, this rural, four seasons mountain retreat offers beauty, solitude and clean air, making it the ideal spot to live.
The citizens of Plumas County continually work to improve and conserve their communities and natural resources. They've developed a Plumas Vision 2020 plan to help keep the county sustainable in the years to come.
Below are a list of Web site links to assist you in exploring Plumas County and the town of Quincy further.