Where to go and where to stay
in Colusa County.
Visiting Colusa County
Colusa County was
established in 1850 as one of the original 27 counties created by the first state
It once encompassed all of what is now Glenn
County and a portion of Tehama County.
The county seat of Colusa County is Colusa.
Colusa is named after the Coru Indian tribe who lived on the west side
of the Sacramento River.
Colusa County Chamber of
Located at 2963 Davison Ct., in Colusa.
Colusa County Fairgrounds:
Venue for the Colusa Farm Show in February; Colusa Western Days in April, The Colusa
County Fair in June, and Holiday Craft Faire in November.
To reach the Colusa National Wildlife
Refuge from Colusa, drive half a mile west on Highway 20 to the Refuge entrance.
Henry Williams, knowing the railroad was coming through his property in the late
1870s, speculated on people coming to the area and began selling lots ten miles west of
The City of Williams is
today a gateway to the Northern California hunting and fishing mecca.
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