#0675 Noble Emigrant Trail, Susanville


#0675 Noble Emigrant Trail, Susanville

Site information:

Lassen Memorial Park, S side of Adaline and North Sts, Susanville

40.418278, -120.654987

Plaque information:

State plaque

Plaque text:

Noble Emigrant Trail

This meadow, now a city park, was a welcome stopping place on the Noble Emigrant Trail, pioneered by William H. Nobles in 1851 and first used in 1852. Here, emigrants en route to the Northern California mines were able to rest, refresh their stock, and obtain needed provisions at Isaac Roop's establishment, from which grew the city of Susanville.

Plaque placed by the California State Park Commission in cooperation with the Lassen County Historical Society and the citizens of Susanville.  May 1, 1960
Registered 4/6/1959