(Note: If you have an RV or trailer, please book Site #2, Thanks). Sleep in your van or pitch your tent next to the creek in the forest with a picnic table and access to a privy. Located at 4,000 feet elevation, 15 minutes NW of the beautiful town of Mt. Shasta, Lake Siskiyou and Castle Lake, Cozy Creek is a fairy tale resting place, a refuge of peace and quiet. Take a driv
(Note: If you have an RV or trailer, please book Site #2, Thanks). Sleep in your van or pitch your tent next to the creek in the forest with a picnic table and access to a privy. Located at 4,000 feet elevation, 15 minutes NW of the beautiful town of Mt. Shasta, Lake Siskiyou and Castle Lake, Cozy Creek is a fairy tale resting place, a refuge of peace and quiet. Take a drive up the mountain and enjoy gorgeous hiking trails with stunning views, visit local waterfalls and book a private quantum sound healing journey with Bodhi Starwater. Bodhi has been working for many years as a musician, producer and sound healer, always creating a unique, mystical, magical and transformative experience. soundscape oasis dot com.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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Great site right on the creek. We booked last minute and Bodhi was great with communication. The other site was closer than anticipated but we still had privacy. The site has some great trees to hang our hammocks and it was nice to have the picnic bench. The train noise wasn’t too bad, but otherwise the sound of the creek was all we heard.
Cute spot under the trees
Overall was a nice forested site. We were at site #1 and there are 2 options to pitch a tent. Either a platform (barely fit a 2 person tent) or a nice area under the trees which fits a 3 person. It’s very convenient to the I5 for a stop while traveling. One caveat is that there is no access to running water, which is a little inconvenient when washing dishes or washing hands etc. There was some Spring water for drinking available. It’s in a quiet residential neighborhood. You can hear the train which I kind of like but bring ear plugs. The sound of the creek is really nice. The two sites are far apart so both have privacy. Host was friendly and communication swift. Porta potty clean but no hand sanitizer? Which considering shared area would be a good thing to have. I’d recommend this place but bring water!!
The host was wonderful. He communicated well and was very friendly and helpful. The location is great for those traveling down I5 - close, yet not too much traffic noise. Sweet little campsites and it felt fairly safe. The portable toilet needed to be emptied - it was too full for our comfort. The train is loud at night, so ear plugs are recommended if you are a light sleeper. The neighborhood dogs and chainsaws etc were not too loud. Not the host's fault, but an annoying drone was flying over us around bedtime. Overall, a good place to stop for the night - much nicer than public campgrounds and a super nice host!