These are some of the items that will be for sale at this year's Peak Experience Auction. Click on the package name to see further details and images (where available).
For the lucky bidder: 4 nights in a 3-bedroom vacation home located in Burney, one of the hidden gems of northern California. This house in the country is about equal distance from Lassen Peak and Mount Shasta in the Cascade Mountain range. You and three guests will play four rounds of golf with two carts at Fall River Valley Golf, a course that is frequently rated one of the favorite courses to play anywhere and has received mention for excellent "pace of play" in Golf Digest's "Places to Play.
A lovely pairing of white wines for your home! A beautiful image of white wine grapes and four bottles of Chandon Brut Sparkling Wine.
Own a piece of history with a collection of items from the early days of the NPS. The main prize in this package is a copy of the 1916 National Parks Portfolio; printed and distributed by Steven Mather and funded personally in his volunteer capacity as the Secretary of the Interior's National Park Manager. The purpose of the portfolio was to influence prominent politicians, civic leaders, and groups to support pending legislation to establish the National Park Service. The NPS considers the portfolio a classic and critical historic publication. Complete sets of the original portfolio are now very rare.
The child in your family will be ready for winter this year with a pair of Crescent Moon snowshoes and a multi-use Patagonia back pack!These snowshoes are specifically designed to look and perform like the adult versions with a single pull binding system that won’t come loose or freeze up, and fits a wide range of sizes. The “kids” model is recommended for youths up to 65 lbs. and features a tapered tear drop shaped frame with the same TGS durable decking material we use on all our snowshoes.
You and a guest will enjoy two tickets to any Oregon Shakespeare Festival performance during their 2017-2018 season, a $100 Gift Certificate to the Best Western Bards Inn, fine dining at Beasy's on the Creek, and local flavors at Harvey's Place.
The Lassen Park Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization whose mission is to support Lassen Volcanic National Park. Located in Anderson, Calif., the LPF funds numerous programs benefiting the national park and its visitors, including it Youth Camping Program which underwrites camping trips to the national park for groups of underserved kids. More about the LPF is found at lassenparkfoundation.org.
Main Phone: (530) 378-2600
Fax: (530) 378-2626
Mail: PO Box 33, Anderson, CA 96007