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Parks und Natur in Mount Shasta

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“The Sacramento River is one of the most impressive natural resources in all of California, and if you are visiting the town of Mount Shasta, you can take this quick stop to visit its humble beginnings. Mount Shasta City Park, on the outskirts of town, features the start of the river and has become an almost spiritual spot for people to visit and drink from. I saw a half dozen people come fill up water bottles while I was there. It is a peaceful place for a quick visit and here is all the information.”
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Park
“Located in the Dunsmuir City Park in far northern California, the Gardens encompass ten acres of wooded area with a meadow containing the various gardens. Playground area and picnic sites border the beautiful Upper Sacramento River”
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Campground
“This is so much more than a campground. The only public beach access to Lake Siskiyou that has amenities, you can sunbathe on the 600' white sand swimming beach, splash for an hour or the whole day at the Splash Zone and rent a pedal boat, kayaks, canoes or rafts at the beach or head over to the boat launch area and rent a patio boat that seats up to 8-12. You'll find a full service grocery and lake supplies/gift shop and deli. There is a bait & tackle shop, fishing dock and fish cleaning station. If you don't feel like doing anything but swimming and dining, check out the Lake Sis Grille & Brew with wine/beer/burgers, hot dogs & pizzas! Great food. Free parking, entrance fee to the resort is $1.00/per person. ”
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Park
“Just a block up from the Hideaway Cottage on McCloud Ave. you'll see Adams-turn left, walk to the end of the street and you'll find the entrance to the park. From Faeryvale head-up McCloud Ave. The park has an ice rink in winter, there is a skate park, a dog park and a spectacular view of the Mountain. This is the location of the summer concerts. Play equipment for the kiddos; slides, climbing structure, swings. Lots of lawn for picnicking.”
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Park
“Nice walks along the river, safe place for children. Lots of wild flowers, fruit trees, easy access to the river.”
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Park
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Park
“Although this is a man-made lake, it is extremely close to town and still quite pristine! There's a beautiful 7mi trail that completely circumnavigates the lake through meadows and evergreen forest. There are some stunning views of the mountain, places to camp, and swimming when the weather is nice. ”
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Park
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Strände

Lake
“Pay beach at Lake Siskiyou camp has beach with rentals and inflatables. $1 per adult”
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Wanderwege

Lake
“Castle Lake is a glacial lake located in the Trinity Mountains, in Siskiyou County of northern California. It is west of Mount Shasta City and Mount Shasta peak. The outlet of the lake drains into Castle Lake Creek, and then into Lake Siskiyou reservoir, part of the headwaters of the Sacramento River. Nearly all of the lake's 47 acres are within the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. Trails lead from Castle Lake into the adjacent Castle Crags Wilderness area, and on to Castle Crags State Park, including trails to Little Castle Lake and Heart Lake Fishing, camping, and hiking are also available at or near the lake.”
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Wanderweg
“Hedge Creek Falls is a waterfall on Hedge Creek, in the Shasta Cascade area in Dunsmuir, California. There is a small cave located behind the waterfall, allowing visitors to walk behind the cascading water.[1] Shortly after the waterfall, hedge creek flows into the Sacramento River south of Mossbrae Falls. There is a viewing platform over the river, with a view of Mount Shasta. Access to the waterfall and viewing platform is via a short hiking trail. The trail starts at a small park off the Dunsmuir Ave/Siskiyou Ave exit on Interstate 5.[2] The waterfall is 0.2 miles (0.32 km) down Hedge Creek Falls Trail.[3] The close proximity to Interstate 5, makes the waterfall a very popular stopping point for passing motorists.”
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Lake
“Pay beach at Lake Siskiyou camp has beach with rentals and inflatables. $1 per adult”
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