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Dunsmuir Recreation & Park District Office
4841 Dunsmuir Ave, Dunsmuir CA 96025 

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Dunsmuir City Fountain

In 1887, Alexander Dunsmuir, second son of British Columbian coal baron Robert Dunsmuir, was passing through Cedar Flat, about a mile south of the present town of Dunsmuir. He was so taken with the beauty of the area that he offered to donate a fountain to the new town if they would rename Cedar Flat in his honor. The offer was accepted. It was originally located near the railroad depot but years later was removed to the present location at the Dunsmuir City Park. The bowl is new but the fountain is missing a pretty lady who was frozen to pieces during a deep freeze.

For information about using the Dunsmuir Ball Park,

contact the Dunsmuir Recreation and Parks District office at 530-235-4740.

To contact our District Administrator
Call the District Office at  530-235-4740 
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