Adventure Awaits at the Sundial Bridge

Incredible Architecture in the Great Outdoors

Walk across the Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay Exploration Park in Redding, CA. Built in 2004 as a bicycle and pedestrian bridge spanning the Sacramento River, the Sundial Bridge is one of California’s greatest man-made wonders, and one of the world’s largest sundials.

Soaring 217 feet at its peak and stretching 700 feet across the river, the Sundial Bridge is constructed of concrete, cable and steel, with a breathtaking glass and granite-accented deck for impressive views of the Sacramento River flowing below. Located just minutes from Red Lion Hotel Redding, the Sundial Bridge is one of the most iconic new structures in Northern California, and a must-see for visitors to the region.

A sight to behold on its own, the Sundial Bridge also provides access to the outdoor adventure that awaits at Turtle Bay Exploration Park, including the McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, a museum, native animals, public art, and year-round events. 

The Sundial Bridge is a just a short walk from Red Lion Hotel Redding, and is located within The Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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