Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center Webcam

This is the view looking north from the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center at Lassen Volcanic National Park. The peak to the left is Mt. Diller and Pilot Pinnacle sits to its right. On cool days, it is possible to see steam rising from the Sulphur Works hydrothermal area.

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Manzanita Lake Webcam

This webcam remains offline. The original webcam was destroyed by lightning strikes. In addition, the original infrastructure for the webcam no longer supports connection to one. If Starlink can be obtained, then it is a possibility to reinstall a webcam at Manzanita Lake.

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Status: Inactive

CalTrans Area Highway Webcams

View webcams on highways to the park with the links below or use the CalTrans QuickMap. Select Options->Facilities->Cameras.

SR 36-44 Junction | located near the SR 36-SR 44 junction, five miles west of Susanville

SR 44 North of the Park

Shingletown | located on the north side of SR 44 in Shingletown
Northwest Entrance | located on the south side of SR 44 at the North Entrance of the park
Bogard | located on SR 44 at the entrance to Bogard Rest Area

SR 36 South of the Park

Chester | located on the northwest corner of SR36 and SR89 west of Chester
Johnson Grade | located on the northwest corner of SR36 and County A13 east of Chester
Fredonyer Summit | located on the westbound side of SR 36 just east of Fredonyer Summit between Westwood and Susanville


High Definition Area Webcams

The following webcams provide landscape-level views through the ALERTWildfire Camera Network. The high-definition, pan-tilt-zoom cameras allow firefighters, first responders, and companies like PG&E to confirm and monitor potential wildfires.

Dyer Mountain #2 | Rotating camera, located south of the park and east of Lake Almanor
Butt Mountain | Located south of the park and west of Lake Almanor

Last updated: June 9, 2024

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