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Mill Creek Resort

48 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Mineral, CA
Welcome! We’re Jillian and Joe, along with our sidekicks Sonora + Ayla, the brains and the brawn behind Mill Creek Resort. Since 2017, we have been pouring every ounce of our love and energy into this landmark 1930’s resort. We take great pride in honoring it's rich history while creating a space for the next generation of mountain adventurers. Nestled in 12 acres of cedars and towering pines on the south side of Lassen Volcanic National Park, we offer 9 cabins open year-round, along with 17 campsites, some featuring glamping tents and 8 RV spots, one featuring a vintage 70's trailer and 2015 modern RV. We hope your path leads you here to experience all that Lassen has to offer. Miles of trails, pristine waters, dark skies, and wildlife abound, all awaiting to be discovered. Find your Wild, be kind, and leave no trace.
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Maple Creek Ranch

6 sites · RVs, Tents500 acres · Cohasset, CA
The Maple Creek Ranch and Tree Farm has been family owned and operated since 1934. The patriarch of the family, whose family had moved here from Sweden, had a great love of the forest and trains. The property was one of the first certified tree farms in California with the goal of nurturing a healthy forest. In the 1960’s, a mile of railroad tracks was laid and the whistle of a small, steam engine train could be heard throughout the community. Local residents and kids were treated to free train rides and special events for many years.There is a natural spring with a small creek that supplies the ponds with fresh water year around. There is also a small canyon on the property with a larger stream called Mud Creek. The land is rich in Indian history and there a artifacts and other signs on the Indians presence.The Cohasset area is relatively unknown. 15 miles from our property is Deer Creek and the Lasson National Forest is about a 2 hour drive north.  While staying with us you can pitch your tent on our private 500 acres. We have 2  primitive camping spots on our property. Each spot has a picnic table and fire pit. There is a flush toilet shared for both camp sites. * During freezing weather the toilets may be closed so they don’t freeze! Please check before booking *The spots are spread out to ensure privacy. Our property is surrounded by the forest and is loaded with deer, squirrels, turkeys and other forest animals. We have numerous walking trails, a fresh water pond for fishing and swimming. Please notify us if you have an RV.  Site 1 is best for RV's. Site 2 can accommodate smaller RV's. We look forward to meeting you!
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Lake Concow Campground

99 sites · RVs, TentsOroville, CA
Ancestors of Maidu people lived here long ago. European settlers arrived and took control of the area. In recent history, a multi-cultural group of community members formed the Konkow Partnership to attempt to hold, steward, and preserve the wilderness that survives here. We look forward to your post fire visit.Learn more about this land:Congratulations Campers!  The campground is reopened after the last couple of years of wild fires and tough winters. We are reopened even as repairs and upgrades are being made. Thank you to all visitors who love this place for your patience as we continue to improve the features of the Campground. Stay tuned for progress reports. We hope to see you real soon. Visit, fish, or camp in a rare jewel forest, hidden in the Sierra/Cascade foothills, less than an hour's drive to Chico, Oroville, or Paradise. Surviving forests of mature cedars, pines, oaks, and madrones provide shady camping, fishing along the lake shore, or picnicing along the banks of the creek that runs through a recovering creekside area. Stargaze or fly kites in our Great Meadow or admire copious wildflowers and other native plants on over 80 acres of wilderness. We provide a variety of recovering wilderness areas near water faucets, pit toilets and an RV dump station. Our site features mature forests, grassy meadows, a year-round creek in a fire recovery zone. The site also features lakefront shoreline access for bank fishing, a central fire pit and lots of space for group camping. Fires are permitted in the central pit when weather allows. The Lake Concow/Konkow Campground is a wilderness sanctuary and houses many variety of rare and endangered plants, animals, and insects. Please be aware of and give respectful space to all of the residents of the park. The list of year round residents may include poison oak, thorny berry vines, mosquitoes, ticks, spiders, deer, eagles, osprey, owls, squirrels, skunks, foxes, bears, mountain lions, snakes, bats, and more. Please be responsible for personal camp supplies and trash. The Campground is a Pack In/Pack Out location and garbage cans are supplied near the office house near the entrance. Good hiking shoes, protective clothing, and hats are recommended. All Campground faucets supply delicious, potable water tested regularly. The modern listings spell the name Concow, Ancestors spelled it Konkow. Both are correct, though may give different search results. There is plenty of room for parking large vehicles and for turning around. TOW VEHICLES MUST STAY THE DURATION OF THE CAMPING VISIT. Sorry, we DO NOT allow towed-in-and-dropped-off campers or 5th wheel trailers at this time. This may change as clean up work progresses through the year. Stay tuned for updates. Thank you.
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Peter's Forest Vacation Rentals

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents18 acres · Shingletown, CA
Living Springs Resort, a peaceful campground nestled in the woods with majestic tall pine and cedar trees close to Lassen Volcanic National Park. There's also a lake and a year round creek with fish on the property where you can relax in the natural & peaceful wooded setting . Quiet and beautiful place to enjoy with your friends and family. Guests from all backgrounds are welcome.The "LIVE" well water is drinkable and extremely clean straight out of the volcanic ground without anything added to it, lab tested every month.Amazing attractions near by like Subway Lava Tube Cave, Burney Falls, Shasta Lake and Caverns, Whiskeytown Lake and all amazing lakes and hiking trails up on Lassen.About 15 miles from Lassen National Volcanic Park. 
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Island Warriors Retreat

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Shingletown, CA
Our Hipcamp is nestled in a forest of Pine and Cedar trees on over an acre of land. You'll be surrounded by the sights, smell, and sounds of nature making for a very relaxing getaway. The property is near lakes (Lake McCumber is half a mile away), Lassen Volcanic National Park and Burney Falls, the Eighth Wonder of the World only 45 minutes away. There are neighbors on one side so be courteous and observe the quite hours. Shingletown is a ten minute drive up Highway 44 for all you grocery needs, eating out, and gasoline. Currently we have a portable toilet and shower until a permanent one is built.
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Lake Oroville Glamping

6 sites · Lodging15000 acres · Oroville East, CA
NOTE: THIS IS FOR THE LOAFER CREEK CAMPGROUND AT LAKE OROVILLE SRA Lake Oroville was created by the Oroville Dam, which the State Department of Water Resources completed in 1967 after 5 years of construction. Lake Oroville conserves water for distribution by the State Water Project to homes, farms, and industries in the San Francisco Bay area, the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California. The Oroville facilities of the project also serve to provide flood control and smog free generation of electric power in addition to recreation. When the Lake is at its maximum elevation, it includes some 15,500 surface acres for recreation and 167 miles of shoreline. Recreation areas are spotted around the Lake and boaters can land at any point to explore the surrounding country. The lake offers a wide variety of outdoor activities including camping, picnicking, horseback riding, hiking, sail and power boating, water-skiing, fishing, swimming, boat-in camping, floating campsites and horse camping.
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Michelle G.’s magic school bus

6 sites · Lodging1 acre · Shingletown, CA
This mountain property, is great launchpad for exploring Mt. Lassen national park. Located 15 minutes to north entrance. Enjoy, Hat creek fishing, pacific Crest trail, subway caves, Burney Falls. Lots of national forest, beautiful lakes to relax, have a picnic, and gear up for hiking any of the many destinations. The Magic bus offers a queen bed, two twin bunks. Mini fridge, kitchenette, dry sink.
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Eucalyptus Forest & Mountain Views

31 sites · RVs, Tents300 acres · Elk Creek, CA
Eucalyptus Forest and Mountain Views on an old lumber mill property.
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Little House in the Big Woods

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Forest Ranch, CA
The cabin shares the property with our home but a large portion of the yard is maintained solely for the use of cabin guests. The space feels private with no obligation to interact with the main house residents. Enjoy cooking on the BBQ or sitting by the firepit while taking in the woodland scenery. The area features a plethora of nearby hiking, mountain biking, disc golf, and swimming. Or enjoy the simplicity of reading a book, sitting by the fire, and letting the forest share its splendor with you. This house is also only about an hour drive to beautiful Lake Almanor and the amazing gem of Lassen National Park. It is very easy to go up for a day to go boating, fishing, a hike to the hot springs and hydrothermal areas, or have a picnic. The drive between here and there is on well maintained roads and the scenery is absolutely stunning. While Chico may look a bit far away on the map, the highway gets you there in 20 short minutes. This university town is well known for its mixture of vibrance, the arts, and small town rural living. The area boasts truly amazing restaurants, bars, shopping and modern amenities. Our property is very close to access points for the famous Upper Bidwell park. We will share a guidebook full of our personal recommendations of things to do in the area.
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Site Along Salt Creek

2 sites · RVs3 acres · Redding, CA
Learn more about this land: Quiet peaceful location to park your RV or bring your camper! Springing new life in the middle of the Carr Fire burn scar. Access to Salt Creek trail leading to Reddings west side trail network and the Sacramento river (3 miles on the trail). Perfect for mountain bikers, cyclists, and hikers looking for a unique experience. Family owned property for over 25 years.
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Private Property - Ishi Wilderness

4 sites · Tents200 acres · Cohasset, CA
Experience the “wild” native culture of the Sierra Nevada foothills at this private remote property. Camp under the stars and enjoy the stunning canyon views. Discover hidden gems, swimming holes, fishing, and wild animals see the only wild horse heard on the wester slope of the Sierra Nevada's. as well as bears, ring tailed cats, ouzels, and more. View the Sacramento Valley from Mt. Diablo to Oregon, including Mt. Shasta and Mt. Lassen. Pitch a tent on a deck with scenic view of Mt Lassen to your right and the Majestic Mt Shasta to your left. Hike to a nearby Native American Cave where the inside polished to marble from natives inhabiting the space for thousands of years and camp on the creek nearby. This is on 280 acres of private property, with base camp nearby Transportation into the canyon and hiking guides are included. any designated campsites available at the ranch, some on a raised wood deck overlooking the canyon, or you can camp in a hidden cave or by the water. You will also enjoy nature hikes and learn the rich history of the Yahi Indian tribe. The last of the Yahi people were discovered living in this remote area in 1908. Over the years, we have guided book author Richard Burrill on journeys to collect information for his book on Ishi. Our guides will tour you through this remote canyon and show you caves and areas that were used by the tribe for shelter and ceremonies. You will also learn a variety of skills such as preparing camp, building a fire from scratch (seasonally), and preparing safe drinking water. Remember this is very rugged and remote territory . Sleep under the stars and spend time outdoors learning lifelong lessons. This is a one-of-a-kind experience you will never forget. Tours are offered for all levels of adventures depending on your physical strength, condition, and type of challenge you want to experience. For more information, please visit www.butteadventures.com There is a good reason that the last documented “wild” Native American (in the lower 48) was found living here. In 1908, Ishi, the last of the Yahi people were discovered living in the Sierra Foothills northeast of Chico, CA. If you have a 4x4 you can follow us in, if not we will 4x4 you in our Adventure Vehicle. Experience the “wild” native culture of the Sierra Nevada foothills at this private remote property. Camp under the stars, enjoy stunning canyon views, and discover hidden gems, swimming holes, fishing, and wild animals. Maybe you will get lucky and see the only herd of wild horses on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains. View the Sacramento Valley from Mt. Diablo to Oregon, including Mt. Shasta and Mt. Lassen. Transportation into the canyon and hiking guides are included. There are many designated campsites available on this 280 acre private property. Camp on a raised wood deck overlooking the canyon, or in a hidden cave, near water. Enjoy nature hikes and learn the rich history of the Yahi Indians and where the last of the Yahi tribe were discovered in 1908. Over the years, we have guided archeologist and many more. Including book author Richard Burrill on journeys to collect information for his books. . Our guides will tour you through this remote canyon, and show you caves and areas that were used by the tribe for shelter and ceremonies. You will also learn a variety of skills such as preparing camp, building a fire from scratch (seasonally), and preparing safe drinking water. Remember, this is very rugged and remote territory. Hike to a nearby Native American Cave where the inside had been polished to marble from natives inhabiting the space for thousands of years. Sleep under the Galaxy of stars and spend time outdoors learning lifelong lessons. This is a one-of-a-kind experience you will never forget. Tours are offered for all levels of adventures depending on your physical strength, condition, and type of challenge you want to experience. There is a good reason the last documented “wild” Native American (in the lower 48) was found living here. In 1908, Ishi, the last of the Yahi people were discovered living in the Sierra Nevada foothills northeast of Chico, CA. If you have a 4x4 you can follow us in. Otherwise, transportation will be provided.
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CAMP GADSON GARDEN

4 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Igo, CA
This property is located in a very secluded location with miles of endless adventures. It's rustic off road off grid camping. Not for candy backside people. Enjoy your recreational activities. Ride your horse, ATV, etc. Pet friendly. Enjoy the year round creek a few miles away that offers swimming holes and a place to enjoy the sounds of water in motion.
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