All four types of volcanoes in the world are found in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Over 150 miles of trails and a culturally significant scenic highway provide access to volcanic wonders including steam vents, mudpots, boiling pools, volcanic peaks, and painted dunes.
The park's centerpiece is the 129-foot Burney Falls, which is not the highest or largest waterfall in the state, but possibly the most beautiful. Additional water comes from springs, joining to create a mist-filled basin. Burney Creek originates from the park's underground springs and flows to Lake Britton, getting larger along the way to the majestic falls.
Enjoy the self-guided trail through Subway Cave. It is a 1/3 mile long lava tube near the town of Old Station. Bring sturdy shoes, a reliable flashlight and a light jacket because the cave remains a cool 46 degrees year around. The cave is open in late May through October and stays closed through the winter months.
Hat Creek is world renown for fly fishing. The Upper section of Hat Creek is planted with rainbow, brook and brown trout and the lower portion, below Baum Lake, is the famous Wild Trout Area.
We have streams and lakes near by. Hat Creek, which is approximately 20 minutes from the campground, is world renown for fly fishing. Our campers have been very successful in catching brown and rainbow trout.
Lassen National Park offers many hiking trails including, Kings Creek, Sulphur Works and Bumpass Hell. Additional hiking on the NE corner of Lassen National Park is Cinder Cone Trail with awesome views of the crater and the neighboring valley.Also, there are 5 miles of trails winding through McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park.