Mt. Shasta City KOA Holiday
It’s always a great day at Mount Shasta KOA.
After all, their grounds are designed for your pleasure. From their 11 cabins with breathtaking views of Mt. Shasta to RV sites and even tent plots, Mount Shasta KOA is the perfect place to get out of Redding for a weekend or spend longer with family and friends.
“Whether you’re looking for a simple rustic one-room cabin or a fully equipped cabin for a weekend getaway, Mount Shasta KOA has you covered,” says manager Tim Pearce. “We strive to make it a great experience for our guests and families. We love to be part of the memories that are created while camping.”
The park is conveniently located blocks from downtown Mount Shasta at 900 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd. and open year-round. Independently owned and operated, Mount Shasta KOA is part of the National KOA Franchise, so you’re assured their park is clean, inviting and family friendly.
Mount Shasta KOA has more than 50 RV sites along with cabins, deluxe cabins, and numerous tent sites, all at 3,500 feet on the base of Mt. Shasta. The cool summers of the Siskiyou Mountains are ideal for hiking, fishing and backpacking. In the winter, enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling at Mount Shasta Ski Park.
In addition, the grounds also have a swimming pool (open Memorial Day through Labor Day), bike rentals, a basketball court, a shuffleboard court, horseshoes, and table tennis. Additionally, Mount Shasta KOA has a playground, store, community room and laundry facilities. Train buffs and kids of all ages will love the proximity to the tracks, as seeing the iron giants as they pass nearby.
“During holidays we enjoy hosting outdoor movie nights and pancake breakfasts and it’s also a short walk or bike to downtown,” says Manager Tim Pearce.
Mount Shasta KOA has received the KOA Franchise Founders Award and are headed toward the prestigious President’s Award this year.
In addition to being a great escape, Mount Shasta KOA also was proud to play its part in serving the community during last year’s wildfires.
“Our campground was one of very few that had stayed open, hosting local and out-of-state first responders,” Tim says. “Due to the rapid shutdown of national parks and forest service campgrounds during fires and COVID, Mount Shasta KOA was an essential business for many.
We have been pleased and blessed to have accommodated everyone throughout the past few years.”
Sites can be booked at www.KOA.com/campgrounds/mount-shasta where a tour of all the amenities and a campground map can be found so you can grab that perfect site.
Mt. Shasta KOA – 900 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mt. Shasta (800) 562-3617 www.koa.com/campgrounds/mount-shasta/