Camp on a private & pristine ranch surrounded by green fields and fish Hat Creek and our stocked lake. We are in Lassen National Forest not far from Burney Falls and Lassen Volcanic National Park, both famous for their beauty. We have RV sites and tent sites with options of grass for each, fire pits, picnic tables, hot showers, laundry, restrooms, playground, sandy swim beach, horseshoes, fishing, ping pong & Free WIFi!
Where are we Located
Hat Creek is located 26 miles (42 km) north of Lassen Park, 13 miles (21 km) southeast of Burney (9 miles (14 km) south of the junction of hwy 89 and 299), and 15 miles (24 km) south of Burney Falls.
What Sets Us Apart
We have a well stocked trout pond & charge $10 for 5 fish for adults, $5 for 2 fish for kids ages 5 - 12 & under 5 is free as long as they are fishing with an adult who has a permit.
People always want to know how close the creek is. The creek is on the property & directly behing the fishing/swimming pond. Hat Creek is approximately 100 yards from the main office. We have access to the creek for an approximatte 3/4 miles with a fence line that crosses the creek in a few places and can NOT be crossed.
McArthur ~ Burney Falls Park is located in the foothills of the Cascades and Modoc Plateau between statuesque Mt. Shasta and Mt. Lassen. The 129-foot scenic falls is ranked among the best in California and the park is situated within easy driving distance of some of the most spectacular natural settings to be found anywhere in the United States. The nearby availability of a wide-variety of activities--- golf, hunting, shooting, fishing, boating, birding, hiking, horseback riding, photography, history and more... make the park the perfect place to spend not only a brief visit, but also an extended vacation
Lassen Peak, also called Mount Lassen, volcanic peak in northern California, U.S., the principal attraction of Lassen Volcanic National Park. The peak stands at the southern end of the Cascade Range, some 50 miles (80 km) east of Redding, and rises above the surrounding area to an elevation of 10,457 feet (3,187 metres). It is classified as a volcanic dome, formed when lava is too viscous to flow away and accumulates around its vent.
Subway Cave is a lava tube that was formed during volcanic events just twenty thousand years ago, but today it offers an unusual hiking experience in an area of very interesting and recent geologic activity. The trailhead is located less than half a mile from the junction of Highway 89 and Highway 44 in Old Station.