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The city of Mount Shasta lies beneath the majestic natural landform Mount Shasta of which it is named after. This northern Californian city, located near cities such as Etna was once where the Okwanuchu tribe lived. It’s also located near Yreka, a destination once crowded by pioneers for its gold.

Mount Shasta is mainly known today for its unique Native American history and outdoor destinations. It’s a popular place for alpine and cross-country skiing and trout fishing. It has a very mild climate although it can get to be a bit hot in the late summer.

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The Great Outdoors

Those driving their RV rental near Mount Shasta will find many outdoor places to explore. Lake Siskiyou is a reservoir located in the city and was formed by the Box Canyon Dam. The lake feeds into the Sacramento River and offers stunning views. There are also plenty of trails featuring picturesque bridges for you to trek down, and fishing in the lake for trout.

Mount Shasta City Park is an urban park and runs over 26 acres long. It’s home to numerous trails, including the Headwaters Bridge Trail which will take you by lush meadows. While exploring the trails, you’ll come across many interpretive signs which tell more about the wildlife and local Native American history. There are also playgrounds and a picnic area for use.

Take your Mount Shasta camper rental to Mossbrae Falls and watch the waterfall flow over a large canyon wall which is covered in moss. The waterfall flows into the Sacramento River with a small stream. You can view this and hike through the area to see many interesting sites, including the now-closed Pacific Railroad track.

RV Parks

There are plenty of places for you to book an RV in Mount Shasta and potentially stay the night. One place of note is Chateau Shasta RV Park. This park offers 50 RV sites and stunning views of Mount Shasta in the background. This pet-friendly option also offers 30-amps, water, showers, and laundry amenities.

Mount Shasta City KOA Holiday Park also offers beautiful views of Mount Shasta. It has amenities such as full hookups, 50-amps, WiFi, cable, a pool, and lounge. This spot has a bike trail that winds around the area and near the base of Mount Shasta.

For those looking for a simple option to keep their Mount Shasta motorhome rental, Abrams Lake Mobile Estates and RV Park might be ideal. This pet-friendly option offers slight views of the nearby Mount Shasta. It also has amenities such as 30/50-amp options, water, and WiFi.

Exploring the City

If you’re looking for some unique places to visit with your travel trailer rental from Mt Shasta, you’ll find a handful of options. Black Butte Summit, located in Black Butte, is known for its impressive collection of dacite lava domes. Pull over on the side of the road to capture some photos or just enjoy the beautiful view. You might also catch a glimpse of the local lookout tower beneath it which is used to help detect possible wildfires.

Just a short drive away from Mount Shasta is Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens. This 10-acre garden is home to a handful of different gardens, meadows, and forests filled with fragrant pine and oak trees. The gardens are also located near the Sacramento River. There is an option to stroll along a trail which overlooks the river flowing by.

To learn more about Mount Shasta’s history, check out Mount Shasta Sisson Museum. This museum tells the history of the city through various exhibits. You’ll find some that tell of the iconic Interstate 5 which runs through Mount Shasta and of how railroads were once an important industry. The museum hosts a handful of events throughout the year which range from science talks to local breweries coming to talk about how to make beer. When you’re done touring the museum, step outside to see its fish hatchery.

For those who plan to visit with their travel trailer rental from Mount Shasta during the winter, there’s Mount Shasta Ski Park. This destination offers dazzling views of the mountain which you can ski or snowboard down. While popular for its winter sports, the park is opened during the summer and offers disc golf fields and mountain biking trails.

Mount Shasta isn’t necessarily the biggest city; despite this, it does have an interesting range of eateries which vary from organic restaurants to bakeries.

If it's the California sunshine you are seeking, consider a motorhome rental in Mount Shasta. Watch a sunset, hike a trail, relax by the campfire, and take in the landscape. Rent a luxury motorhome in Mount Shasta, CA and go exploring!

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Mt Shasta City Park: Big Springs to Kingston Road, CAMount Shasta, CA
  • Spring Hill Trail, CAMount Shasta, CA
  • Mt Shasta City Park Meadows Loop, CAMount Shasta, CA
  • Lake Siskiyou Trail, CAShasta National Forest, CA
  • Ney Springs & Faery Falls, CAShasta National Forest, CA
  • Black Butte, CAShasta National Forest, CA
  • Bunny Flat to Panther Meadow, CAShasta National Forest, CA
  • Horse Camp Trail, CAShasta National Forest, CA
  • Mount Shasta Trail, CAShasta National Forest, CA
  • Helen Lake and Mount Shasta Trail, CAShasta National Forest, CA

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