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Where is Shasta Lake?

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Lake Shasta Caverns

Blue Marker = Parking, Start of Tour and Gift Shop

Yellow Marker = Caverns


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Lake Shasta Caverns (official website)

(530) 238-2341 or 1-800-795-2283

  • Google Map - Lake Shasta Caverns (parking, gift shop, office)

    Lat/Long (Shasta Caverns parking lot)
    40.8039, -122.3035
    Google Map



  • Lake Shasta Dinner Cruises
    (530) 238-2752



    Shasta Dam Tours (FREE!)

    (530) 275-4463

  • Google Map - Shasta Dam
  • Google Map - Shasta Dam Vista Point
  • Google Map - Shasta Lake area attractions

    Driving directions to Shasta Lake & Shasta Dam

  • Take Interstate 5 (i-5) to 7 miles north of Redding, California, USA.

  • Take i-5 Exit #685 "Shasta Dam Blvd / 151".

  • Drive west on Shasta Dam Blvd. (151) for 7 miles to Shasta Dam.

    NOTE: Exit #685 is also the main exit for the City of Shasta Lake. Please ignore the "Front St" part of Google map's written directions.

    PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL INFO

    Lat/Long (Shasta Dam visitor center)
    40.7134, -122.4174
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  • The Sundial Bridge
    in Redding, California

    Open FREE to the public
    Plenty of FREE parking


    (530) 243-8850 or 1-800-887-8532

    Directions to the Sundial Bridge - TurtleBay.org

    Lat/Long (Sundial Bridge parking lot)
    40.5900, -122.3783
    Google Map


    Google Map - The Sundial Bridge

    PHOTOS: Sundial Bridge Grand Opening
    PHOTOS: Sundial Bridge daytime
    PHOTOS: Sundial Bridge night






    Shasta Lake / Redding Area Event Calendar


  • Mount Shasta
    (Located about 60 miles north of Redding, California)


  • List of area attractions at VisitRedding.com
    (530) 225-4100 or 1-800-874-7562


  • Waterworks Park in Redding (water slides)
    151 N. Boulder Dr.
    Redding California 96003
    (530) 246-9550
    Google Map


  • Public Art in Shasta County (Google map)


  • Trails in Redding, California - reddingtrails.com


  • Sacramento River Trail - MAPS (.PDF)
    This beautiful trail runs through the middle of Redding, California along the Sacramento River.


  • Trails in Redding, California (custom Google Map)- healthyshasta.org


  • Oasis Fun Center (In the City of Shasta Lake)
    3330 Cascade Blvd.
    Shasta Lake, California 96019
    (530) 275-3042
    Go Carts, Miniature Golf, Laser Tag, Bumper Boats, Climbing Wall and more
    Google Map


  • Viking Skate Country
    735 Auditorium Dr.
    Redding, California 96001
    (530) 246-3900
    Roller Skating Rink in Redding, California.
    Google Map


  • MarketFest
    Library Park in Redding, California
    (next to the Lorenz Building between Yuba and Placer Streets)
    (530) 243-7773
    Thursday nights in Downtown Redding during the summer
    Google Map


  • Northern California Travel and Tourism Information Network
    (530) 365-7500 or (800) 474-2782
    The Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association




  • Shasta Lake Heritage & Historical Society
    The Shasta Lake Heritage & Historical Society's office is located in the Shasta Gateway Industrial Park, in the business incubator building.

    Shasta Lake Heritage & Historical Society
    3400 Shasta Gateway Dr., Ste#H
    Shasta Lake, CA 96019 Google Map
    (530) 275-3995

    Office hours:
    Monday & Wednesday
    9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    or by appointment.




  • Burney Falls State Park (McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park)
    (530) 335-2777
    The park is northeast of Redding, six miles north of Highway 299 on Highway 89 near Burney.
    It's about a 64 mile drive from the City of Redding to Burney Falls.
    Google Map


  • Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
    (530) 246-1225
    Whiskeytown Lake is about 10 miles west of Redding, California on Highway 299. Great swimming beaches and sailing areas for boardsailing (windsurfing).
    Google Map


  • Shasta State Historic Park
    (530) 243-8194
    This park is located in Shasta, California (Old Shasta) on Highway 299. Shasta is about 6 miles west of the City of Redding.
    Google Map


  • Lassen Volcanic National Park The northwest entrance of the park is approximately 50 miles east of Redding on Highway 44.
    Google Map


  • Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park
    South West corner of Highway 299 and Oregon Street, Weaverville, California
    (530) 623-5284 or (530) 225-2065
    The Temple is located in the heart of Weaverville, a small community near the Trinity Alps, on Highway 299,
    about fifty miles west of Redding.
    Google Map


  • Castle Crags State Park
    (530) 235-2684 or (530) 225-2065
    This park is located about 50 miles north of Redding on Interstate 5 (i-5).
    Google Map


  • Subway Cave
    (530) 336-5521
    Subway Cave is located near the town of Old Station, 1/4 mile north of the junction of Highway 44 & 89
    across from Cave Campground. The cave is located east of Redding and the drive is about 60 miles.
    Google Map


  • Mt. Shasta Ski Park
    (530) 926-8610 or 1-800-SKI-SHASTA
    This park is located north of Redding. It's about a 63 mile drive from Redding.
    Most of the drive is on Interstate 5 (i-5).
    Google Map


  • Schreder Planetarium (in Redding)
    (530) 225-0295


  • Redding Museums
    (530) 243-8850 or 1-800-887-8532


  • Turtle Bay Exploration Park
    840 Sundial Bridge Drive
    Redding, Californi 96001
    (530) 243-8850 or 1-800-887-8532
    This park is located in Redding, California next to the Sundial Bridge.
    Google Map


  • The Monolith
    At Turtle Bay Exploration Park
    (530) 243-8850 or 1-800-887-8532
    This park is located in Redding, California next to the Sundial Bridge.
    Google Map


  • Shasta Glide n' Ride
    (530) 242-1150 or 1-866-466-4111
    This company offers Segway tours (reservation required) and bike rentals at the Sundial Bridge.
    Shasta Glide n' Ride is located in Redding, California at the Turtle Bay Exploration Park.


  • Aqua Golf Driving Range
    2275 Park Marina Dr.
    Redding, CA 96001-2112
    (530) 244-4653
    Google Map


  • Chuck E. Cheese's
    910 Hilltop Drive
    Redding, California 96002
    (530) 223-0433
    Google Map


    Cinemark Movies 10
    Cinemark Movies 10
    980 Old Alturas Rd.
    Redding, California 96003
    Google Map


    Cinemark Movies 8
    Cinemark Movies 8
    359 Park Marina Circle
    Redding, California 96001
    Google Map




    Local Outdoor Adventure Clubs

  • Redding Mountain Biking


  • Shasta Wheelmen (Bicycling Club)


  • SWEAT Running Club



  • Sightseeing on Shasta Lake...
    and a little underwater history

    Shasta Lake's many arms and inlets make it a paradise for explorers and boaters alike. The four major arms of the lake offer spectacular scenery as well as unusual geologic and historic areas of interest. Much of Shasta Lake's 29,500 acre surface area is accessible only by boat. This brief guide will point out some of the most outstanding features in and around each arm of the lake...

    The Sacramento Arm... This is the busiest and most developed arm of Shasta lake. The historic route of the Oregon Trail and the Central Pacific Railroad lie submerged below its surface. Interstate 5, the Oregon Trail's modern replacement, provides easy access to most of the areas on the Sacramento Arm.

    Shasta Dam, at the lower end of the arm, is the highest center spillway dam in the United States and one of the largest concrete structures ever built. The 602 foot high dam is 3/3 of a mile wide and contains 6.3 million cubic yards of concrete.

    The vista house near the dam offers films and displays showing highlights of dam construction during the 1940s. Visitors can also see many of the side benefits provided by Shasta Lake, "Keystone" of the Central Valley Project.

    Directly north of the dam and under about 400 feet of water lies the copper mining town of Kennett founded during the gold rush of the 1850s. Kennett's population boomed to nearly 10,000 residents in the early 1900s due to the high demand for copper which was more prevalent than gold in the surrounding hills. Sulphur damage from the town's five smelters destroyed nearly all the vegetation within a 15 mile radius of the town and, combined with declining copper prices after World War 1, led to the demise of the town after 1925 and the closing of the smelters.

    The aftermath of the denudation of the steep hillsides in the area was a mammoth erosion problem which still persists to some extent to this day. Over a million check dams were built and millions of trees were planted in an attempt to restore the natural appearance of the area. The rehabilitation efforts can be readily seen in a cruise up Big Backbone Creek Inlet.

    Near the convergence of the Pit and Sacramento Arms is Slaughterhouse Island, so named because the slaughterhouse for Kennett sat in the saddle between what is now Slaughterhouse Island and the island to the south of it. Elmore Bay was named for the Elmore Ranch which was inundated by the rising waters of Shasta lake.

    From the Goosenecks north, watch for red volcanic looking rocks, called basalt, lining the shoreline. It occurs particularly on the west shore. This is lava from the Mt. Shasta area which was cut through by the erosive action of the historic Sacramento River.. In some areas near Antlers the basalt forms crude columns similar to those found at Devil's Postpile National Monument.

    At the north end of the Sacramento Arm are the Lakehead/Lakeshore area resorts and campgrounds. Gregory Creek got its name from the Gregory Ranch and Antlers was originally a railroad stop at the hotel adorned with deer antlers. Across from Antlers Resort is Indian Creek and a short way up the creek is a cool waterfall... a popular side trip on a hot day.

    The Sacramento Arm of Shasta lake ends near Riverview, an old resort site. Now a day use area, this site has one of the few sandy beaches on the lake.

    The McCloud Arm... The McCloud River, from which this arm of Shasta Lake takes its name, was named for Alexander R. McCleod, a Scot fur trapper who was snowbound along the river in 1829. Little of the land along the McCloud River was ever developed. In 1872 Livingston Stone established the first West Coast salmon hatchery near the confluence of the McCloud and Pit Rivers. The facility, which grew to resemble a small town, was called Baird in honor of the first commissioner of fishing. Seven years later, a trout hatchery was established at Green's Creek farther up the river. Rainbow trout from this hatchery were transplanted all over the world and most strains of rainbows are descendants of the McCloud River trout.

    Above the McCloud Arm are towering grey limestone mountains, formed from ocean sediments that accumulated 200 - 300 million years ago. The Grey Rocks, as they are called, are full of the fossilized remains of corals, snails, clams and other sea creatures that existed in prehistoric times. Water running through cracks in the formation have slowly opened up two fairly well known caverns within the mountains.

    Local Wintu Indians knew the caverns well and told Livingston Stone about them. Livingston was the first European to visit the caverns. Commercially operated, Shasta Caverns are open to the public with guided tours every hour on the hour between 9:00AM and 4:00PM (summer schedule). Private boats can join the tour on the east shore where the ferry ties up.

    Samwel Cave, also known as the "Cave of the Lost Maiden," is located about two miles south of the McCloud Bridge (across the lake from Ellery Creek Campground). The cave was believed to contain magic pools in which the Wintu Shaman (medicine men) would bathe.

    It is also known for its treasure of Ice Age fossils which were found at the bottom of a 70 food deep pit. Also in that pit were found the skeletal remains of the "Lost Maiden" which lent credence to the old Wintu stories. The variety and quality of remains excavated from the cave are surpassed only by those from the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles.

    A self guided trail leads up to Samwel Cave from Point McCloud. All but the first room is closed to the public because of the danger of falling to the bottom of the deep pit inside the cave. Spelunkers can explore the inner reaches of the cave by obtaining a special permit issued by the Shasta Lake Visitor Center.

    Several small ranches were once located along the upper McCloud River. The Ellery Ranch lies below the Ellery Creek Campground and extended up as far as the McCloud Bridge Campground. Fruit trees, berries and sweet peas, found in the McCloud Bridge Campground, are a reminder of the valley's agricultural past.

    The Squaw Creek Arm... From its confluence with the Pit River Arm near Silverthorn, the Squaw Creek Arm of the lake is rugged and remote. Gravel beaches and numerous fingers reach out into the channel making it one of the lake's most popular houseboating areas. For the first several miles up the arm the shoreline is less steep than elsewhere on the lake and many desirable undeveloped campsites dot the shore.

    This arm is also home to a large concentration of wildlife. Eagles, osprey, otter, bear and Rocky Mountain Elk are likely to be seen. Some shoreline areas are closed to protect critical habitats... please respect these closures by staying out of designated areas.

    The Pit River Arm... This is the longest arm of the lake. From its confluence with the Sacramento Arm, near Shasta Dam, it stretches nearly 30 miles east to its upper end at the base of Pit Reservoir #7 near Fenders Flat.

    The lower part of the Pit is a wide basin with grand vistas. Mt. Shasta is visible to the north and Mt. Lassen and the Lassen Range backdrop the views up the Pit throughout much of the lower portion. Bass Mountain to the south and O'Brien Mountain to the north of the channel are examples of volcanic mountain building processes. Each is a 400 year old volcanic plug. About 50 million years after the formation of these peaks, sea deposits began accumulating around them. These deposits were later compressed into the limestones which now form Grey Rocks. These formations flanks both sides of the Pit River just east of its confluence with the McCloud.

    At the bottom of the canyon lies the remains of the Sacramento Valley and Eastern Railroad - a line built at company expense to link the mines at Bully Hill on the Squaw Creek Arm, to the Southern Pacific lines along the Sacramento River.

    The largest inland marina on the West Coast is located at Bridge Bay. High above Bridge Bay and the Lake is the Pit River Bridge, the highest double decker bridge in the United States. This bridge replaced the Lower Pit River Bridge which was inundated by Shasta Lake. Early day travelers crossed the river via ferries.

    At the Silverthorn peninsula farther east, the Pit turns sharply south and begins to narrow. This is called the Upper Pit. After passing Jones Valley Inlet, there are no services and camping is limited to three primitive boat access only campgrounds. This is Shasta Lake's "outback." It is home to eagles, osprey, otters and bear. It is considered by many to have the best bass fishing on the lake. Dozens of coves and inlets line the forested shores offering quiet, secluded campsites.

    The Upper Pit was not cleared prior to the completion of Shasta Dam. World War II broke out about the same time as the clearing crews got to the confluence of the Pit and Squaw Arms and most of the men on the clearing crews left for the war. Dead snags sometimes lend an eerie appearance to the shoreline here and they can be a hazard to boaters. Because of this, waterskiing has been prohibited above Arbuckle Flat.

    Near the upper end of the arm, the channel becomes very narrow and the canyon walls are extremely steep. At Bear Creek, on the south side about 3 1/2 miles above Stein Creek Campground, a short hike leads to a double waterfall known as Bear Creek Falls. Potem Falls, a larger waterfall, can be found on Potem Creek near Fenders Flat. This fall can be reached by trail from the lake or seen from Fenders Ferry Road.

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