Boiling Springs LakeTake this short hike from the Warner Valley Trailhead to a milky lake with mudpots and steam vents around the shore. This lake is around 125 degrees!
Bumpass HellThis is the largest hydrothermal area in this national park. See steam vents, mudpots, and bubbling pools in this area.
Cold Boiling Lake
Colorful Painted Dunes
Devastated Area Trail
Devil's KitchenWarner Valley area hiking trail that takes visitors to Hot Springs Creek and boiling springs, mudpots, steam vents, hissing sounds from steam coming up from cracks in the ground.
Fantastic Lava Beds
Kings Creek Falls
Kohm ah-mah-nee Visitor Center
Manzanita Lake fishing
Mills Creek Falls
Sulfur WorksMost easily accessible hydrothermal area in the park, see steam vents and mudpots viewable from a sidewalk.
The Terminal Geyser Trail Hike
Warner Valley Trailhead
Lake Shasta Caverns National Natural Landmark
McArthur-Burney Falls State Park, Burney, California
Subway Cave Lava Tubes, Lassen National Forest
Wild Horse Sanctuary, Shingletown, California
Your hosts: Jim, Diana and the amazing staff
This KOA is one of favorite locations - a must visit. The cabins are great! Thanks for also upgrading the WIFI as that is now an added benefit!October, 13, 2021, Cabin Camper
Wonderful time. Really liked the back area. It felt really haunted when we hiked through there at night! Really cool place.October, 12, 2021, RV Camper
Beautiful surroundings. Hosts very friendly, attentive and accommodating. Very clean and well maintained. Great playground and activities for kids. One of our favorite campgrounds. Will for sure return for more visits.October, 12, 2021, RV Camper
We stayed here 4 nights and had a great time. Clean and organized, courteous staff, and the recreation facilities were fun. Too bad we missed pool season.October, 11, 2021, RV Camper
Everyone so friendly once again! And helpful! Bathrooms as clean as always! Even have gloves and sanitizer at the Dump Station! Wow! What else will you think of??October, 11, 2021, RV Camper
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Accommodations, RV Sites, Tent Sites, Rental Unit
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Relax on the campground with your morning coffee from our recreation lodge or sparkling pool deck, then head out for a day of Northern California adventures to visit the local area. There's no better way, than camping at Red Bluff KOA! There's plenty to do during your camping stay with us whether you're looking for a daily site or staying with us a little longer. Our general store is open every day and is well stocked with gifts, souvenirs, RV supplies, and groceries. We offer propane filling on all sizes of propane tanks. Whatever your reason for visiting, our KOA's friendly staff will make sure you have a great stay!
Camping Near the Sacramento River
Can you hear the campfire crackling or the sound of the flowing river? We're here to help with your vacation dreams by offering our extra large, beautiful paved pull thru sites. These Big Rig Friendly RV sites are eighty-five feet long offering plenty of room for you and the family to kick back and relax!
Sacramento River Views
Easy Entry Pool and Hot Tub
Recreation Lodge with fire place
Camp Store with Beer and Wine
Mini Putting Green
Two Kamp K9® off-leash dog park
It was a very nice campground. Very clean clubhouse and pool area. However, it is NOT kid friendly.October, 13, 2021, RV Camper
As always, the staff here at the 'new' KOA (used to be Durango) were kind and helpful. The sites are beautifully maintainedOctober, 13, 2021, RV Camper
Very friendly and helpful staff, they escorted us to our site, explained the hook-up system, and even picked up our trash bag!October, 13, 2021, RV Camper
Beautiful park, fantastic staff!October, 13, 2021, RV Camper
We were just overnighting and didn’t have time to use any amenities, however, it was quiet, clean and a pretty setting. #117October, 13, 2021, RV Camper
Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am