Mt. Shasta - Lake Siskiyou

W A Barr Road
Mt. Shasta, California 96067
Siskiyou County
Phone: 530-926-2610

This Northern California lake was created with boaters, fishermen, swimmers, campers, hikers and other outdoor lovers in mind.  
The lake has a pretty killer beach where you can swim, rent paddle boats and kayaks or play in the Splash Zone; which features a rock wall in the lake! 
If you want to get some exercise in a beautiful setting, take a walk around the lake on the Lake Siskiyou Trail.  This 7-mile loop is paved, peaceful and offers great views all the way around. 
This very family-friendly lake stays at a constant level all year-long and the cold water environment attracts the best trout so bring your pole when you visit.  
Camping info:

Lake Siskiyou offers a number of ways you can enjoy nights at the lake.  The park has tent and rv (full hook-up) sites available as well as a variety of cabins.  The rates change so contact the park directly for current prices and availability.  Get more information about camping at Lake Siskiyou by clicking HERE and be sure to check out our Camping Section for more places to camp in the area. 
How to get there:
From I-5, take the Central Mt. Shasta exit and go west.  Take a left at the stop sign (the Sisson Museum will be in front of you) and then make a right onto W.A. Barr Road.  The lake will be on your right a few miles later. 
More info:
Lake Siskiyou is the newest lake in Northern California.  The property also has a restaurant and store. 
Other things to do in the area:
After a day at the lake, stop by Dunsmuir Brewery Works for some delicious food and tasty craft beer.  The Mt. Shasta area is blessed with creative talent; take a look at our Art Galleries section for places to check it out.  It's a quick hike to Faery Falls which is located right off of nearby Castle Lake Road. Mt. Shasta City Park, which is home to the Sacramento River Headwaters, and Shastice Park are also great places to hang out in Mt. Shasta. 
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