The RV Campgrounds at Shasta Lake would make for the perfect choice for your next vacation. There are so many benefits and opportunities by traveling to Redding, CA that would be worth your time to visit.
Shasta Lake is in Northern California and has endless outdoor activities. Some of these activities include boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, fishing, picnic spots, and hiking. Shasta Lake is actually known for some of the best water skiing and wakeboarding locations. The water is amazing for these aquatic sports. You will also have many places to hike along the lake or forest. Shasta Lake is a large man-made reservoir in California with 370 miles of shoreline that has caverns, forests, rock cliffs, waterfalls, and islands. Shasta Lake also has nearby necessities such as restaurants, gas stations, markets, boat docks and ramps, tackle shops, and boat rentals.
There are many campgrounds to choose from, making finding all the amenities you are looking for that much easier to find. Shasta Lake is surrounded by a beautiful nature scene. The mountains that surround the area are breathtaking to say the least. Some of the fun activities you can enjoy while visiting a RV Campground would include fishing, swimming, and ping pong. If you want to shy away from the people and activities, you can simply just relax and take in nature. Sitting in a lawn chair, soaking in the sun, and listening to all the wonderful sounds that nature has to offer can be one of the most relaxing and enjoyable things to do. Many of the RV Campgrounds offer some other nice amenities including things like family movie night, wi-fi/internet access, separate swimming pool, and a grocery store. Plus at the campgrounds there are playgrounds for the kids, clean restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
There are also many points of interest nearby that you can take the opportunity and explore. Some of these sites include Shasta Dam, Castle Crags State Park, Dunsmuir, Hedge Creek Falls, The City of Mt. Shasta, Mount Shasta, Lassen Volcanic National Park, McArthur Burney Falls State Park, Trinity Alps Wilderness, and the Pacific Crest Trail. As you can see just staying a few days at Shasta Lake will not be enough.
There is so much to do and see that you will want to either extend your vacation or plan more trips. If you plan multiple trips, you can plan on staying at a different RV Campground each time you go so you can get a feel for the different atmospheres and amenities offered. You will not be disappointed no matter which campground you stay at. Staying at a campground is a fun, family getaway that the whole family can enjoy. And the fact that there are so many activities in the area as well as at the campground, there are more than enough choices to make everyone happy. It is nice to know that you can go to one location and have everything you need right there.
Whether you want to stay in a cabin, RV camper, or old-fashioned tent, the RV Campgrounds at Shasta Lake are going to be the best option for you and your family.