Mount Shasta City KOA

900 North Mt Shasta Blvd.

Mt Shasta, CA 96067

Reserve: 800-562-3617

Info: 530-926-4029

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Local Area Attractions

Mt Shasta City / Siskiyou County where the population numbers are small but the activities and places to see, visit and explore, outnumber the people. Starting at the top is Mt. Shasta, coming from any direction the volcano is visible from hundreds of miles away. Our KOA rests at the bottom and only minutes from the trailheads where people from all over the world come to gather. From glistening lakes and world-class rivers to scenic drives and backcountry roads, the area provides something for everyone to discover and enjoy. Use Mt. Shasta as your base camp while you visit and explore the area.

Box Canyon Dam and Trail Photo

Box Canyon Dam and Trail

Stands 209 feet above a rocky river gorge and view the Sacramento River rush from Lake Siskiyou. On the way to Lake Siskiyou you'll pass over Box Canyon Dam, where you may park off the road on either side for an awesome view. Walk the beautiful Box Canyon trail that begins just North of the gorge. The three-quarter mile trail skirts the North rim of the dam, winds through dense forests crosses a number of tiny mountain creeks and offers opportunities to view the dam and canyon from a number of different  points.

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Castle Crags State Park Photo

Castle Crags State Park

The park offers swimming and fishing in the Sacramento River, hiking in the back country, and a view of Mount Shasta. There are 76 developed campsites and six environmental campsites. The park features 28 miles of hiking trails, including a 2.7 mile access trail to Castle Crags Wilderness, part of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. The Pacific Crest Trail also passes through the park. The park is named for 6,000-feet tall glacier-polished crags.

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Climate / Weather Photo

Climate / Weather

With exceptional air quality and pure water in a high alpine environment, we enjoy four distinct seasons. The weather in the City of Mt Shasta and Siskiyou County is ideal. Average summer afternoon temperatures are in the 80's with no humidity, and evening temperatures may drop to the 40's. Rain and snowfall occurs mainly in the months of October through mid-May.

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Dining Photo

Dining

The area offers a variety of savory cuisine to suit every ones palate, from traditional to fascinating international fare. The bountiful flavors found in Mt Shasta restaurants are influenced by the cooking styles of American, Italian, Mexican and regional Asian cuisines. Dining establishments range from elegant restaurants with candlelit meals, to family dining in a hospitable atmosphere. We have restaurants and dining within walking distance, and quite a few of them deliver.

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Dogsledding / Dog Sled Express Photo

Dogsledding / Dog Sled Express

Dogsled Express, guided winter sled dog tours, would like to customize a ride for you that will best serve your needs,.whether it be for a single passenger, you and your sweetheart, family, or short rides for a large group. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the cities to the quiet and solitude of the trail. Along with the majestic scenery of Mount Shasta and the excitement of these great canine athletes we will encourage you to meet each and every dog on your tour team.

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Dining Photo

Dining

The area offers a variety of savory cuisine to suit every ones palate, from traditional to fascinating international fare. The bountiful flavors found in Mt Shasta restaurants are influenced by the cooking styles of American, Italian, Mexican and regional Asian cuisines. Dining establishments range from elegant restaurants with candlelit meals, to family dining in a hospitable atmosphere. We have restaurants and dining within walking distance, and quite a few of them deliver.

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Fishing Photo

Fishing

CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife
Mt Shasta, CA 96067
530-225-2300

Siskiyou County remains a premier destination for fishermen. The McCloud River is famous the world over for its spirited, gorgeous redband trout, and the Upper Sacramento River remains a favorite for its miles and miles of easy access.The Klamath Rivers steelhead still quicken the pulse, and a variety of other rivers, small streams, reservoirs and alpine lakes attract conventional and fly fishermen alike.Fishing, When it comes to fishing there are very few places prettier than Siskiyou County.

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Golf Photo

Golf

Siskiyou Countys golfers almost never play without a stunning view of Mount Shasta. The 6,950 yard Lake Shastina Golf Resort (near Weed) is an 18-hole championship course known as the Magnificent Monster, while Siskiyou Countys newest 18-hole course is at the Mount Shasta Resort on Lake Siskiyou. The McCloud Golf Course offers many wide fairways; the Weed Golf Course offers tough putting challenges. When making reservations or staying at Mt Shasta City KOA let us call and arrange the tee time for you..

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Helicopter Tours / Aerial Photography Photo

Helicopter Tours / Aerial Photography

Shasta Helicopter Tours
5824 Dunsmuir Avenue
Dunsmuir, CA 96025
530-235-4330

Mt. Shasta Helicopter offers a wonderful flying experience in one of the most beautiful places in the country. The pilot has been a resident of Mt. Shasta for over 12 years. Being an avid outdoorsman our pilot is very knowledgeable of the local terrain. We offer tours of Mt. Shasta and the surrounding area.

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High mountain lakes Photo

High mountain lakes

US Forest Service
204 West Alma Street
Mt Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-4511

Siskiyou County is renowned for its abundance of recreational opportunities! Visitors return year after year to explore and enjoy the many wonders of this beautiful natural resource.

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Local Area Events

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Cool Mountain Nights Classic Car Show Photo

Cool Mountain Nights Classic Car Show

Aug 30, 2014
Downtown
N Mt Shasta Blvd at Lake Street
Mt Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-6004

Celebrate the end of summer on Labor Day Weekend; on Saturday enjoy a Classic Car Show 'n Shine and a downtown street fair.Sunday is the Tinman Triathlon at Lake Siskiyou in the morning, the annual Blackberry Music Festival in the afternoon at City Park.

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28th Annual Blackberry Music Festival Photo

28th Annual Blackberry Music Festival

Aug 31, 2014
Mt Shasta City Park
N Mt Shasta Blvd at Nixon Rd.
Mt Shasta, CA 96067
530-926-4865

The Mt. Shasta Rotary Club is preparing to host the 28th annual Blackberry Music Festival on Sunday, August 31st, with another exciting program of music and family fun. The festival will be held at the Mt. Shasta City Park from noon to 6:00 p.m. The Blackberry Music Festival has become a Labor Day Weekend tradition in Mt. Shasta. The festival draws local families and friends together with area visitors to celebrate the end of summer with a Sunday afternoon of music and picnic fun.

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McCloud 2nd Annual Bluegrass in the Park

Sep 13, 2014, 12pm - 6pm
Ho Ho Park
McCloud, CA 96057
530-964-3113

Enjoy some wonderful music with breathtaking views of Mt. Shasta as a natural backdrop.

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McCloud Bike-toberfest Photo

McCloud Bike-toberfest

Oct 11, 2014
McCloud Chamber
PO Box 372
McCloud, CA 96057
530-964-3113

The McCloud Chamber of Commerce invites sports enthusiasts of all levels to have a day of fun in historic McCloud.
Bike Rodeo, Bike Parade, Bands, Beer, Food Downtown.

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McCloud Dog & Pony Show Parade Photo

McCloud Dog & Pony Show Parade

Nov 29, 2014
Main Street
McCloud, CA 96057
530-964-2909

The McCloud Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Annual Dog, Pony and Bike Parade at Noon on Main Street. Join pet owners, bicyclists, vintage car owners, floats and other decorated participants for a trip down main street during this free, traditional McCloud event. All animals are welcome, and the entire community and visitors are invited to attend. Along with the parade, festivities will include vendors, food, free apple cider, Christmas crafts and activities as well as a visit from Santa Clause and Sparky the Dog presented by CalFire.

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