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BLM’s Bizz Johnson Summer Shuttle Service Begins June 1st

Summer bus shuttle service on the Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail begins Saturday, June 1st, in conjunction with National Trails Day, and will continue every Saturday through the summer and early fall.

The service is a partnership of the Bureau of Land Management and Lassen Rural Bus.

On Saturdays, the bus picks up passengers at 8:30a.m., at the Historic Susanville Railroad Depot, 601 Richmond Road, (Passengers should arrive at 8:15) and stops at the Devil’s Corral Trailhead, Fredonyer Summit and at the junction of Highway 36 and County Road A21 in Westwood.

This allows users to use the trail for return trips to Susanville of seven, 18 and 25 miles.

There are separate fees for the bus fare and bike shuttle. Exact change is appreciated.

In addition to the Saturday shuttles, the Lassen Rural Bus offers weekday shuttle opportunities on the West County Commuter service. Buses equipped with bike racks up riders at the Main Street and North Gay Street intersection and on Riverside Drive near Walmart, both in Susanville, and can make stops at Devil’s Corral.

Additional information is available by calling Lassen Rural Bus at 1.530.252.7433 or visiting online.

For information on the trail or to make shuttle reservations, contact the BLM’s Eagle Lake Field Office at 1.530.257.0456.

Managed by the BLM and Lassen National Forest, the Bizz Johnson Trail stretches twenty-six miles between the communities of Susanville and Westwood. It features a gentle grade, scenic river canyon views and access to the Susan River for fishing and swimming.

Jeremy Couso
Jeremy Couso Publisher/Editor
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