Here's the deal, nice people, nice place, nice price. We stayed four nights and loved every one. Thursday and Sunday were kareokee and Friday and Saturday we had live music. One band was ok, the other was real good. The food is good and so are the drinks at the Barefoot bar. The way the camp is layed out with the music is at one end and it is quiet at the other. Unlike other camps in the area, they are not night time noise natzi's. We came down from the Seattle area so my daughter could enjoy the lake, She is 13 and you only have to be 12 to use Seadoo's in California. (14 in Wa.) Also, my Seadoos are older 2 strokes and won't be alowed in Ca in the next few years, So now was the time. Every member of the staff were wonderful to us. My wife even made friends with Sue. We stayed in our RV this time but will probly get a cabin next year. Some people complain about road and train noise but I never heard a thing from inside my RV. It is an older park but everything worked well for us. Back next year.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family Friendly oriented campground which includes 40 camp sites, 10 cabins and a cottage nestled in a shady grove of tall pine and oak trees overlooking the Sacramento arm of Shasta Lake. All sites have a fire pit and picnic table. We have a beautiful large swimming pool, playground, video arcade game room, gift shop and mini store, and many more amenities available. Don't forget our full service restaurant & cocktail lounge with inside and outside dining (in season). ... more less