McCloud - McCloud Falls

Fowler Public Camp Road
McCloud, California 96057
Siskiyou County
Phone: 530-964-2184

Three beautiful waterfalls in one park is what you get when you visit McCloud Falls just east of McCloud.  The park is known for its great trails, incredible fishing in the McCloud River and remote yet accessible camping but it's the three waterfalls; Lower, Middle and Upper, that are the jewels of this park.  You can reach each waterfall by car but we highly recommend that you make the 4-mile round-trip hike to see them all; they're really pretty incredible.  
Swimming  and wildlife viewing are also popular activities in the park.
Camping info:
At an elevation of 3400 feet, its 39 sites welcome you with tables, fire-rings, vault toilets and piped drinking water.  $15/night and you need to make a reservation.  This campground is very popular and we suggest you make your reservation as early as possible.  
Click HERE for more info about camping near the waterfalls. 
How to get there:
The Falls are located off of Highway 89; a few miles east of McCloud.  Look for the sign on 89 directing you where to turn.  Check out our map for more specific directions. 
More info:
Dogs on leash only. Pick up after your dog(s). 
Other things to do in the area:

Burney Falls is another great park with an incredible waterfall and is just east of McCloud on Highway 89.  Castle Crags is south off of I-5 in Castella and is quite an amazing park.  If you're looking for a great hike, Black Butte is just north of Mt. Shasta and is a challenging but very rewarding hike.  Also near Mt. Shasta, you'll find Castle Lake and Lake Siskiyou, two beautiful lakes that are near each other. If you're thirsty or hungry, stop by Siskiyou Brews Works in McCloud where you can enjoy a delicious beer with one of their tasty pizzas and leave feeling very satisfied. 
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