William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park
William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park is a memorial to the California pioneer who served as president of the short-lived California Bear Republic of the 1840s. The park includes the old adobe home, carriage house, blacksmith shop, a picnic area, and a very small visitor center. The park is off Interstate 5 on Adobe Road, two miles northeast of Red Bluff. Phone 530-529-8599.
An accessible picnic table on a firm pad faces a grassy, shaded meadow along the parking area. Accessible parking and restroom are nearby.
The Ide Adobe Knoll Trail is near the Sacramento River and is accessible for 0.03 mile. Accessible parking and restroom are available nearby, and routes of travel between them are accessible.
The Ide Adobe and various surrounding exhibit structures are spread over gently rolling hills. In the dry season, dirt paths between them are usable. A ramp at the rear of the Adobe provides access to it. Accessible parking and restrooms are nearby. Photos!