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The San Joaquin - Sacramento Delta between Sacramento and Stockton distinguishes Sacramento Valley to the north of the San Francisco Bay from San Joaquin Valley to the south. Sacramento is at the south end of Sacramento Valley, and Redding is at the north end, and between them, the city of Chico in Butte County serves as the economic and cultural hub for the region and is located in the northeastern part of Sacramento Valley. With the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range to the east, and the Sacramento River to the west, Chico enjoys a Mediterranean climate year around and some of the richest soil in the world, producing mostly almonds, walnuts, olives, rice, kiwi, plums and peaches. California State University, Chico (also known as Chico State) has an active theatre department and several museums and galleries open to the public. The student presence has attracted a good selection of nightlife alternatives around the university.

Shopping options include the usual full scale malls in the suburban areas which serve the entire region, but are most interesting closer to downtown where the farmers' markets, the better restaurants which shop for their ingredients, and quaint, small shops of all kinds are numerous. Golf courses, and parks of all description, from manicured municipal to wild and rocky, can be found throughout the Sacramento Valley area. Chico is served by the Chico Municipal Airport (CIC) which has express connections primarily with San Francisco, as well as Amtrak and Greyhound. Although some public transportation is available, as well as a campus shuttle service, Chico is well designed for bicycling. Bed and breakfast lodges are numerous in Sacramento Valley, and offer the best vacation value, as well as standard chain hotel options closer to downtown Chico and the university.

We have organized our listings of Sacramento Valley's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Sacramento Valley area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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Hotels in Chico located in the northern Sacramento Valley approximately ninety miles north of Sacramento. Bidwell Park is the focal point of the City's park system and offers several trails for biking, hiking and equestrian use.
Hotels in northern California in the city of Redding, the fourth largest city in the Sacramento Valley. Mount Shasta, Burney Falls, Lassen Volcanic National Park, and the magnificent Trinity Alps are all easily accessible from Redding.
·Red Bluff
Hotels in Red Bluff located about 30 miles south of Redding, 40 miles northwest of Chico, and 125 miles north of Sacramento. Red Bluff is the third largest city in the Shasta Cascades.
·Surrounding Cities
Hotels located in the smaller cities surrounding Chico in both north and south Sacramento Valley, including Willows, Mount Shasta, Weed and others.
·Yuba City
Hotel options in Yuba City, also in northern California. The Yuba City area is 40 minutes north of Sacramento and is part of the Sacramento Valley. This area also includes the cities of Marysville and Williams.
·Sacramento Metro
Lodging options at the south end of Sacramento Valley, in and around the city of Sacramento.

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Area Facts: A four-foot tall yo-yo, the largest working yo-yo in the world, is launched from a crane periodically at the National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico, which houses the world's largest yo-yo collection and offers instruction at all levels of accomplishment. The local area code for Sacramento Valley is 530.

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