- Berry Creek
- Eagle Lake
- Fall River Mills
- Hat Creek
- Lake Almanor, Chester
- Lake Almanor, East Shore
- Lake Almanor, Hamilton Branch
- Lake Almanor, Lake Almanor Peninsula
- Lake Almanor, Lake Almanor West
- Lake Almanor, Peninsula Village
- Lake Almanor, Prattville
- Lake Oroville
- - Oroville
- - Paradise
- Montgomery Creek
- Mount Lassen
- - Lassen Park
- - Manton Valley
- - Mineral
- Mount Shasta
- Red Bluff
- Shasta Lake
- - Lakehead
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$200 - $225 per night 2 night min stay
$200 per night 1 night min stay
$185 - $300 per night 2-7 night min stay
$400 - $500 per night 1-2 night min stay
$3,000 per week 2-7 night min stay
$170 - $225 per night 2-3 night min stay
$195 - $235 per night 2-3 night min stay
$140 - $175 per night 2-3 night min stay
$195 - $265 per night 2-3 night min stay
$180 - $280 per night 3 night min stay
$200 - $250 per night 2 night min stay
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$1,250 per week 7 night min stay
$85 per night 2 night min stay
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Recent Shasta Cascade reviews
"A wonderful experience all around, beautiful house, great weather, fantastic lake, awesome private dock, great private area, great owners. Very family friendly home and grounds, So beautiful to sit on the deck overlooking the lake and enjoy the sunset after a day of water skiing and boating. We brought our own boat, launched it in the back yard and kept in on the private dock for the whole week, so convenient. Overall very nice, This exceeded my expectations. Now, if I could just figure out how to catch the trophy sized trout that are in abundance in this lake... next time."Guest: Mike and Family Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014View listing
"This property is so immaculately clean that the entire inside looks new. The kitchen was fully stocked and even included a tea maker. There was a bottle of wine, crackers and cheeses waiting for us. We were late arriving and hadn't stopped to pick up food for dinner, so I called and asked Felicia where we could stop to get either a prepared meal or food to prepare our own. She said nothing was open late within 30 miles, but she generously offered us burgers and hot dogs from her own freezer!! When we arrived, not only were the meats there, but she had supplied condiments even including tomato, onions and pickles! THEN, as if that weren't above and beyond, she had left side dishes for us as well! The deck is huge and includes 2 picnic tables, so we grilled our dinner and sat outside just enjoying the quiet and beauty. Al and Felicia had also left us a small turkey and cheese tray, which we packed and took with us for a picnic lunch at Lassen Volcanic Park (only about 10 minutes away). Bring your food with you because there are no grocery stores here (only small camp-type stores). It is a beautiful area, better because there is little commercialism. Also nearby, about 2 miles, are lava tubes that can be independently explored by flashlight like a cave. Al and Felicia recommended JJ Café, only about a mile away, for breakfast. Breakfast was delicious--homemade fried potatoes, bakery or homemade bread for toast. There is no internet, but our hosts left a supply of DVDs for evening entertainment. The showers were great--each of us showered every morning one right after the other and did not run out of hot water. The beds are very firm. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. My adult son and daughter spoke of Felicia as "like having a grandmother who pampers us.""Guest: Marianne Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014View listing
"Excellent cabin with river access and a lawn between cabin and river. Our 10yr old had a great time! Neighbors were great too."Guest: Larry Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 22, 2014View listing
"This is a cozy, comfortable place that is close to downtown Mt. Shasta. There's easy access to all the recreational activities the area offers. The house is beautifully decorated, the beds are comfy, and the yard is lovely and pet friendly. !"Guest: Lilly W. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 28, 2014View listing
Shasta Cascade Travel Tips
The Shasta Cascades with Northern California Vacation Rentals
California is a state with diverse terrain. While the desert dominates Southern California, the mountain peaks and deep azure lakes of Northern California beckon to the outdoor enthusiasts. Lake Tahoe resides on the border between California and Nevada. It is usually an ideal destination for vacationers yet there is some place that offers even more. The Shasta Cascades of Northern California is considered a secret rendezvous for vacationers. Its pristine lakes, winter wonderland mountains, and Northern California cabins make for the perfect getaway. These cabins offer you kitchens, privacy, and adventure. With VRBO, you can choose from numerous Northern California vacation rentals to spend your trip enjoying the fruits California has to offer. Whether you want backcountry drives or a journey on world-class rivers, you have it all in the Shasta Cascades.
Driving to the Shasta Region
The Cascades are located in the northeastern or north-central region of California. There are sections of the mountain range which will border Oregon and Nevada, as well as the Central Valley. The main focus is that of Mount Shasta lying near the Trinity Alps. Interstate 5 is the most direct route to your luxury Northern California cabins if you are entering from the north or south. If you are originating from Nevada, there is Interstate 80 that takes you to Interstate 5, or highways 299 or 395 that will bring you into Mount Shasta lodging and the Cascades.
Historical Notes About Northern California
Travel in the earlier centuries was not as easy as our highways are today which is perhaps why Northern California in the early 19th century was little known. The Shasta Cascades had very few people traveling along the Siskiyou Trail from Oregon or from the San Francisco Bay area to reach the mountains. The first non-Native Americans to travel through the mountain peaks were the British and American fur trappers. The Spanish are said to have visited sometime around 1820. This early history was what eventually sparked the 1851 discovery of gold. Prospectors from the Gold Rush moved up the rivers searching for gold, creating settlements like Old Shasta, Portuguese Flat, Upper Soda Springs, and Weaverville.
Shasta State Historic Park is one place you may want to visit from your Northern California lodging. It makes for a wonderful day trip where you can backpack through the mountains, picnic around rivers, and learn about the mining town. The town once had 2,500 residents including miners and gamblers. If you do visit the historical park, you will need to step into the Old Courthouse which contains a number of relics from the Gold Rush. It also has 100 years of California Art depicting the region.
The Shasta Cascades offer Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, and Lassen Volcanic National Park. These three locations provide an abundance of history about the region and its people which is worth learning.
Lassen Peak and its Geological Significance
Northern California, especially the Trinity Alps and Cascade Range, is more about the outdoor adventures one can have than shopping and restaurants. The Northern California vacation rentals make it easy to make all your meals at home. With day hikes, you can picnic in a new area every day, watching the birds and wildlife. You can also enjoy lunch at your Northern California cabins and then participate in a range of activities, such as shorter hikes, whitewater rafting, and winter skiing. Lassen Peak lodging is perhaps one place you might like to view, whether it is from your cabin or along the trails that take you towards the top.
Lassen Peak or Mount Lassen is the southernmost active volcano. It is part of the Volcanic Arc that stretches from British Columbia. Lassen is 2,000 feet above sea level with a volume of a half-cubic mile. This makes it one of the grandest lava domes on planet Earth. Lassen is still active, and its last eruption occurred on May 22, 1915, devastating the area around it.
Dining in Mount Shasta and Weaverville
Often on vacation we do not feel like cooking our meals, even though our budget might demand it. If there are times you might like to dine out while in Northern California, you have the Best Western Tree House Motor Inn, Jack’s Grill, and C.R. Gibbs American Grille.