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Welcome to Weed California



The town of Weed, CA is nestled in the mountains of Northern California, just south of the Oregon border and located just about midway between Portland, OR and San Francisco, and between Los Angeles and Seattle, WA, on the I-5 corridor running north/south in California.

Weed is located at the base of Mt. Shasta with natural striking beauty that surrounds the town in all directions. You’ll enjoy beautiful forests, lakes, rivers, wildlife, scenic drives, live music, local art, and a friendly community anytime of the year. To maximize your visit to Weed, contact the Weed Chamber and Visitor Center, and they will help put together a wonderful vacation for you, your friends, family, or business associates.



Four distinct seasons delineate the year in Weed. Summer’s heat is partially alleviated by the prevailing south winds. Average daytime temperatures range between 80 and 90 degrees, and there are periodic thunderstorms. Nights often cool into the 50s. Autumn weather can set in as early as Labor Day, and the winters are dry but sometimes snowy. Daytime winter temperatures average in the 30s to 40s, dropping to the mid 20s at night.

Springtime is often short, the last frost sometimes coming as late as Memorial Day. Weed’s elevation is 3,500 feet, and its growing season averages 100 days.

Approximately 3,300 people live in Weed, with an estimated 7,000 more people living in the surrounding unincorporated area. The city is home to people from diverse ethnic heritages living, working, schooling or retiring in a warm, small town culture in natural striking beauty and spaciousness.


• College of the Siskiyous – VISIT WEBSITE

• Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park – VISIT WEBSITE

• Steward Springs Mineral Baths – VISIT WEBSITE

• Weed Golf Club   VISIT WEBSITE

• Lake Shastina Golf Resort  VISIT WEBSITE

• Fun Factory Snowmobiling –  VISIT WEBSITE

• Local Recreation Lakes: Lake Siskiyou and Lake Shastina

• Miles and miles of hiking & mountain bike trails

• Volcanic Legacy Highway, Lava Tubes & Caves.

• Vietnam Memorial Gardens

• And More...

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