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By car is the main means of transportation to Palo Cedro.
 Get around
You can go through town in any or all of four ways: driving a car, walking, bicycling, or, as this is a very equestrian-friendly town, horseback riding. Driving a car is fast, but you miss most of the scenery. Walking is slow as molasses, but you get a whole lot of scenery. Horseback riding, assuming you have a horse, is a great compromise. If you don't have one, there is bicycling, also a good compromise.
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If you came to see farm animals and Old West history, you've come to the right place. However, if you're not interested in that, move right along.
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Horseback riding, again, is very big here. A lot of the time, rodeos take place here. If you came to learn about the history, Palo Cedro is good for that. Other than that, there's nothing much.
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There are no major shopping areas in Palo Cedro.
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Palo Cedro does not have any listed accommodations. The closest ones are in the Redding area.
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