Lake Siskiyou Camp Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Saw a lot of negative reviews on yelp which made me hesitant to go here. But turned out to be a great trip. Loved the lake. Not too cold or too warm. Didn?t go to the ?main? beach but instead went to the beach closer to the rv parking area. ?Lake Loop?. Less crowded and makes a nice swim from one side of the lake to the other. One of the locals said they use that spot to swim the triathlon and it?s exactly 1/2 mile across. Was able to get a 2 mile swim in everyday which was great. Friendly people.
Large Park - Family Oriented
Siskiyou Lake Resort is a large facility, with all types of camping available, from basic tent sites, partial and full hookup RV sites, to rental trailers and small cabins. There are over 200 sites in this large park, located on the shores of Siskiyou Lake at the foot of Mount Shasta. Some are remote and up the hill, more privacy, and others are located thoughout the facility, with lakeside sites available. The view from the lake is spectacular! There is swimming, kayaking, canoes and boats, as well as fishing. There are boat slips available and a swimming beach. No waterskiing. I believe the speed limit on the lake is 15 mph. There is a restaurant, well stocked store, hot showers and laundry facilities, boat rentals, as well as bathrooms throughout the park. They will deliver pizza to your campsite! There are many other local attractions close by - hiking, sightseeing, Mt. Shasta, golf (at Mt. Shasta Resort) if you are so inclined.
The full hookup RV spaces can be a little close and difficult to get into for very large rigs, most will have no problem. The sites are relatively flat, although some will need leveling devices. The roads are not in the best shape, but the Resort is constantly making improvements/maintenance. Trash pickup for the local site cans was daily. Most sites are located beneath the pines. The surface is natural dirt and some gravel. No pavement off the paved and gravel roads. Cable TV is available for an extra fee. The store had good tasting scoops of ice cream... ;-)
Bottom line - A nice park, with lots of space. Lots of amenities, once here, you shouldn't have to go to Mt. Shasta city to get anything you forgot. Good for individuals, groups - very popular in the summer. Reservations would be suggested. I'll stay here again, and would recommend it to others.
This one is a good one if you like camping but with all the comforts. Rustic with all the hookups and awesome views with short, easy views. Good fishing too.
It would rate 5 stars but the wi fi is a crock! There is none.