Wheatland is located in Northern California's Central Valley along State Route 65 in Yuba County. The city is located about a mile north of the Bear River and the tri-county boundary of Sutter, Place and Yuba.
Wheatland is the gateway to Camp Far West, a recreation area of regional significance. From the city's nineteenth century agrarian roots to the community of today. Wheatland is valued by visitors for its small town atmosphere and rural setting. Wheatland is home to Bishop's Pumpkin Farm, a 40-year-old tourism destination. The farm boasts 90 acres of pumpkins and offers numerous attractions for the entire family.
The city of Wheatland truly comes to life in the fall as it welcomes in over 100,000 visitors to Bishop's Pumpkin Farm. Arguably one of the largest u-pick pumpkin farms in the US with a theme park atmosphere and plenty to do for the whole family, Bishop's is a must see attraction between September and October each year. Check out Toyota Amphitheatre, a 18,500 capacity outdoor concert venue that brings in well known artists from every genre.
Dine like a local and visit some of Wheatland's small town eateries. Check out Mi Pueblito Taqueria, well known for their wet burritos and salsa bar. For some of the best BBQ in Yuba-Sutter stop by Max's Black Bear BBQ for smoked brisket. Have a sweet tooth? The Pink Box Donut Shop offers unique light and fluffy donuts with unique flavor combinations. Make sure you go early in the morning as they tend to run out quickly.