Holiday Harbor

Houseboat Rentals at Holiday Harbor in Shasta Lake, California

Whether you are planning an extended vacation or a weekend getaway, you will find what you are looking for at Lake Shasta. Rich in history and breathtaking scenic beauty, this region offers something for everyone. The area is perfect for a host of recreational activities -- from relaxing houseboat stays to exciting water adventures. Boat rentals from Holiday Harbor make it easy to explore the local attractions located within the more than 360 miles of shoreline that make Lake Shasta a fishermen’s paradise.

Our Small Boat Rentals


Our Houseboats

The Diplomat

from $730 for 2 Nights


The Ambassador

from $1,023 for 2 Nights

The Empress

from $2,205 for 3 Nights

We rented a houseboat from Holiday Harbor from june 10-13. Check in was easy and quick. We rented the smallest houseboat the Diplomat 39 feet. Perfect size for 2 people and 2 dogs. They go over the basics on how to use the generator, how to drive it, how to use the refrigerator. The weather was perfect the water was perfect. the lake was low but that gives a lot more options on where you get to pull the houseboat on the beach for the night. the only problem we had was with with the refrigerator, propane fridges don’t like to work when its over 90 degrees. Next time we just wont use the fridge and make sure we have enough ice. First night we stayed at Backbone inlet super quit and peaceful. Second night we stayed by Packers Bay. Third night we stayed across from Greens Creek campground. We had an awesome time was sad when it was done. We will definitely be back next year but for a few more days.For the money i don’t think you can beat Holiday Harbors houseboats.

Holiday Harbor Houseboat – Rayedwwa Fox Island, Washington
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