Glamping Resorts in and around Mount Shasta City
Mount Shasta, CA
Out Livin'With a mission to promote healthy lifestyles and a greater appreciation of nature by providing outdoor experiences and adventure opportunities that are fun for all, you're guaranteed to enjoy your time at Out Livin’ ! Camper's are immersed in pristine mountain environments that they might otherwise be unaware of, or in areas that aren’t typically accessible - until now! Strategically located outside of town, you'll be in a cozy and care-free atmosphere ideal for enjoying the company of friends and family, catching up on some self care, or just getting some much needed R&R!Our adventure glamping sites are well equipped to provide an enjoyable and comfortable experience. It's a vacation rental, but camping style! Our sites are set up and awaiting your arrival. A sturdy safari-style canvas wall tent on an elevated wooden platform will be your home away from home. Our sites are located in a beautiful subrange of the Klamath Mountains called the Trinity Mountains and are close to downtown Mt. Shasta, CA. They highlight and are close to many wonders of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. From the parking area, each site is about a 2-minute hike.
Railroad Park ResortRailroad Park Resort offers a unique lodging experience. Live the life of a railroader by staying in one of our caboose lodging units or cabins without sacrificing the comforts of today’s modern conveniences. Camp along Little Castle Creek amongst the pines in our campsites and RV hook-up sites.We’re only two miles away from the lower Castle Crags section of the Pacific Crest Trail. You can also enjoy hiking at Castle Crags State Park that borders our property, or the renowned Mount Shasta. Railroad Park Resort is more than a railroad buff’s delight, it’s a part of our historical past.
Trailer Lane CampgroundWelcome to Trailer Lane Campground in picturesque Weed, California.Conveniently located minutes from the I-5 (Cascade Wonderland Highway) along the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, halfway between Los Angeles & Seattle, and halfway between San Francisco & Portland, Trailer Lane Campground is a beautiful, comfortable, and friendly place to stop for the night along the way. We offer 21 RV & tent sites in the shadow of majestic Mount Shasta. But there's so much more!
Living Springs ResortLiving Springs RV & Cabins Resort is an idyllic camping getaway located in Shingletown, CA along Hwy 44 in the hills just below Mount Lassen. We are only 15 min drive from the North (Manzanita Lake) entrance of Lassen Volcanic National Park.Living Springs boasts 18 acres with a creek and small lake with beautiful natural landscape. Open year-round, the resort offers cabins and rustic cottages, Tiny House, spacious and secluded RV and tent sites and authentic Teepees, all nestled among majestic tall pines and cedars at an elevation of 3500 feet.This region has warm Mediterranean climate, where summers are warm and dry, but never too hot. Our peaceful, shaded campground is above the heat of California’s Central Valley and below heavy snowfall found in the higher mountains. The temperature typically varies from 72°F to 96°F in the summer and rarely below 29°F in the winter.Living Springs Resort is an ideal family or group vacation destination. Whether you’re planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends, or a getaway just for two, we offer a great campground experience and an abundance of nearby outdoor activities.
Big Bar, CA
Del Loma RV Park and CampgroundRelax in the beauty of Northern California’s 2nd largest Trinity Alps Wilderness Area, and the National Wild-and-Scenic Trinity River at Del Loma RV Park and Campground. Located right on the Trinity River scenic views are guaranteed and guests have access to fishing, rafting, and other water activities.Many sites offer plenty of shade from the mature Fir, Pine, Madrone, and Oak trees. Enjoy the sights and sounds of wildlife and views of the valleys. Get closer to nature at Del Loma RV Park & Campground!
Lake Almanor, CA
Lake Cove Resort & MarinaLake Cove Resort is open from May 1 to September 30, offering lakefront, lakeview, and woodsy RV hookup & tent camping. The Lake Almanor Area is part of the Lassen National Forest. Set at an elevation of 4500 feet, sheltered by pines and crossed by excellent fishing streams, this beautiful area is one of Northern California's true gems. Campers come to the region to fish, hike, ride horses, swim, boat, and generally relax. Having 52 miles of forested shoreline, Lake Almanor is the county's largest lake, offering year-round fishing and spectacular views of majestic Lassen Peak.Located on one of California's largest lakes, Lake Cove Resort is just two hours from Reno and 3 hours from Sacramento.Our facilities include upper/middle spots with full hookups, and lakeside or lakefront spots with electricity and water. 50 amp or 30 amp power spots available. We also have two cabins available to rent on a nightly or weekly basis. The larger, A Frame cabin has 4 bedrooms & 1 bath and sleeps up to 8 people. The Cozy Cabin has 1 bedroom and 1 bath and sleeps up to 4 people. Both cabins have full kitchens. With a 45 slip boat dock, private beach, recreation building, laundry, hot showers, and beautiful vistas of Mount Lassen, Lake Cove Resort is a fantastic getaway location.The Lake Almanor area offers fantastic fishing, biking, hiking, golfing, horseback riding, and bird & nature watching. Lake Cove Resort is within a short driving distance to several grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants and bars.Our friendly and professional staff will be happy to assist you with camping reservations, current fishing information and any questions you may have. So come and visit us!
Caribou Crossroads RV ParkCaribou Crossroads is a RV park and restaurant located in Belden, California on Hwy 70. Owners Chris and Rosalina Tsavalas have been frequenting the Caribou area for years - as have many of their customers. They love hearing stories of families that have been enjoying the area for three and four generations! The goal at Caribou is to preserve the character of yesteryear for more families to experience and explore, and create fond memories to last a lifetime.Stop in and say hi - and try one our our burgers or shakes. We think you'll agree they are the best in the canyon! Or check out some of these cool facts about Caribou Crossroads!Fact 1: Caribou Crossroads has been chosen by the US Postal Service to become the first Village Post Office in the state of California. It became official in May of 2013. The local community has mail delivered to their site, and you can also ship and receive packages at Caribou.Fact 2: The Pacific Crest Trail is located about one mile from Caribou Crossroads and we have hundreds of hikers that pass through each summer. The Pacific Crest Trail, or PCT, travels from the US/Mexican border to the US/Canadian border. Hikers walk through California, Oregon and Washington and cover 2,663 miles! The average hiker covers approximately 20 miles per day. It is estimated that out of 300 hikers who attempt to hike the entire trail, approximately 180 will succeed. The half-way point of the PCT is in Chester, CA, just beyond Caribou. If you visit in the summer, you are bound to meet some Pacific Crest Trail hikers at Caribou!Fact 3: Highway 70, between Oroville and Quincy is one of the most popular scenic driving routes in the state. Known as the Feather River National Scenic Byway, it is the lowest east-west passageway through the Sierra Nevada. Like the railroad, Highway 70 follows along the river, usually the opposite side of the rails. Dotted along the river are seven hydroelectric power plants run by PG&E. These power plans are also called the Stairway of Power and are remarkable in their size and volume of power produced.
Sunny Valley, OR
Sunny Valley RV Park and CampgroundSurrounded by beautiful mountains and forests our warm and inviting campground serves as an anchor for your I-5 travels to Crater Lake.
AtRivers Edge RV ResortLocated along the beautiful southern Oregon coast, just minutes from Brookings and the Pacific Ocean. This relaxing off-highway RV resort is on the banks of the Chetco River, a gateway to the Wild and Scenic Region and the Kalmiopsis wilderness. Stay and enjoy private river access, wooded surroundings and close proximity to pristine ocean beaches and panoramic nature trails. There is no place like AtRivers Edge RV Resort.
Myrtle Creek, OR
Millsite RV ParkThe City of Myrtle Creek would like to welcome you to Millsite RV Park. We are nestled in the Umpqua valley surrounded by beautiful scenery. We have 14 camping spots with 2 sites available for either trailers or tent campers. We're open year round excluding the week of Summer Fest.We welcome pets, but they must remain leashed at all times.
Golden Coach RV ParkMark & I purchased Golden Coach RV Park & Campground in 2014. Our goal is to make sure that you have a wonderful camping experience. Our combined goal is to create a fun and clean atmosphere where you can come and enjoy all that the area has to offer. We are right here every day making sure our guests are having their best vacation yet. Many of our guests stay for the season!Whether you like fishing, golfing, swimming, hiking, sightseeing, or just good old peace and quiet, you’re sure to enjoy Golden Coach RV Park & Campground. We have horseshoe pits, a gaming area for badminton, volleyball, bean bag toss, ladder ball and croquet, (all available for check-out in the clubhouse). We have a gift shop and clothing store on site. Oh, and we have not forgotten our four legged friends, we have a beautiful Pup Run just for them. We only ask that you are diligent in picking up after your pet, don’t leave that to other guests. Please….We accommodate RV Clubs, Groups, Caravans, individuals and their families, and overnighters are always welcome. If you’re “passing through” our area or staying for awhile, you’re always welcome to enjoy your RV’ing experience with our great amenities! Some of our amenities include full hook-ups, restrooms and showers, a laundry room, free WiFi, cable TV, a clubhouse, a propane filling station and a post office.We welcome you to come and visit Golden Coach RV Park and Campground where friends never arrive too early or stay too late!
Indian Valley Outpost ResortJoin the thrill seekers of Indian Valley Outpost Resort, where nothing beats the rush of camping out in nature enjoying the sights and sounds that mother nature has to offer. If you are looking for an unforgettable camping experience, be sure to add Indian Valley Outpost Resort to your camping destination list.
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