Enjoy our Covered Campsites at LOGE Mt. Shasta. We have designated showers for our campsites. Our property features numerous firepits, Traeger grills, shared kitchen space, bike rentals, a full cafe, and so much more! Come visit beautiful Mount Shasta and enjoy all the outdoor adventures the area has to offer!
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Covered Campsite in California.
The vibe at Covered Campsite
Places to see near Tanner T.’s Land
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$65 parking lot camping
Initially, we had reserved a regular campsite but we received a call the day before our arrival saying there was a booking issue and we had to move to an ADA accessible site. The person I spoke to on the phone said this campsite was the same as the others, but the only difference was that it's on pavement instead of gravel so we couldn't use stakes, but he said most people set up their tents on the mulch pile in front of the pavement and it isn't a big deal. We had no idea what the site looked like but by his description, it sounded fine, so we agreed. We arrived around 10pm and found our site, which was literally a paved space next to the hotel rooms, far away from the other normal camp sites on gravel. The mulch pile he mentioned was a small hill (not sure how anyone could set a tent up there) and there was a huge white truck parked there anyway, so we had no choice but to set up on the pavement. The site was covered which was nice, but it was located right next to the bathrooms, so this meant people were walking right by our tent all night long. Aside from this annoyance, it's also worth noting the campsites are super super close to each other (except the ADA accessible site which is super close to the hotel rooms), and everything is located in one big parking lot. We also couldn't find an open parking space so we had to squeeze in somewhere and make our own. The hotel is just across the way from the "campsites" which feels so bizarre. It doesn't feel like camping at all. It feels like you're paying $65 a night to set a tent up in a parking lot. Overall, super disappointing and we won't be back. I think if they charged people $25 - $30 a night, that'd be way more reasonable.
The LOGE covered campsites are a hip and fun idea. Love the lights, furniture, common areas, fire pits the bathrooms and showers were super new and clean. The location is great too — not far walk to great food, drinks and organic grocery. BUT, if you are looking to actually get a full night’s sleep, bring your earplugs — the I-5 noise, freight trains and the neighbors talking until 2 am were tough to take without earplugs. With earplugs you’ll be fine and feel hipper than you probably actually are!
Camping but not camping...
Really lovely spot. Easy to set up, lots of amenities. If you’re looking for camping without really camping (which is awesome sometimes), this place is perfect. Covered camping sites are SUPER close to each other and it was really noisy at night. There doesn’t seem to be a ‘quiet time’ and the people next to us (within 7 feet) were pretty loud until midnight. I would recommend this place highly (it really is super nice) as long as none of those things bother you!
Excellent place to stay. You are within minutes to mossbrae and McCloud falls. The campsite had more than expected. It definitely felt more like glamping because of the all the amenities provided. Fully stocked kitchen, showers, bathrooms, fire pit and more! The cafe is also great must try the kombucha it’s on tap!