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Whiskeytown - Shasta - Trinity National Recreation Area

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Mount Shasta, CA
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Fun Times at Wiskeytown - Shasta - Trinity National Recreation Area

We enjoyed our time in Whiskeytown - Shasta - Trinity National Recreation Area. There is hiking... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2017
mini
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Fremont, California
Beautiful!!

Such a beautiful area. Hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, boating, swimming and so much more. Only... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2016
crysroughgo
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This region consists of 254,500 acres of scenic forest, lakes and mountain landscape, offering a wealth of recreational opportunities from hiking and canoeing to fishing and camping.
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8 Jun 2017
“Fun Times at Wiskeytown - Shasta - Trinity National Recreation Area”
21 Mar 2016
“Beautiful!!”
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Reviewed 8 June 2017

We enjoyed our time in Whiskeytown - Shasta - Trinity National Recreation Area. There is hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, and so much more. The views of Mount Shasta are very scenic. We enjoyed our time there.

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Reviewed 21 March 2016

Such a beautiful area. Hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, boating, swimming and so much more. Only disappointment...There is no Whiskeytown town.

1  Thank crysroughgo
Reviewed 26 January 2016

Whiskeytown Lake and its surrounding protected woodlands can take you months to explore. I have been in Redding for 4 months and have not seen everything I wanted to see. If you are a hiker or mountain bike lover, the trails surrounding Whiskeytown Lake are...More

5  Thank Jeff E
Reviewed 11 August 2015

I was there in July and the lake was still full! Popular beach area near where Brandy Creek enters the lake with a marina nearby. Gold mining history at Camden House and El Dorado mine/stamp mill (short hike). Hikes to waterfalls (I went to Crystal...More

1  Thank Harold W
Reviewed 26 May 2015

Stopped by the Ranger station for a map hunting for a picnic rest stop driving north on I-5, unfortunately most areas seem to have almost no lake. I've driven this road many times and was with older relatives (in their 80's) who have been coming...More

1  Thank PBTravelstheWorld
Reviewed 19 March 2015

Whiskeytown lake is nothing less than Beautiful, in the summer it is full of crystal clear coolish water, nice beaches..albeit not natural sand as it is a man made reservoir, except the public beach areas. Some shade trees! By far the best lake in Northern...More

2  Thank Limeygary
Reviewed 11 September 2014

Enjoyed the view of the lake and the memorial to John F Kennedy, the location of his last dedication before his assassination. A nice little gift shop with very friendly and helpful staff. We came back another day to rent a pontoon boat at the...More

Thank Pat H
Reviewed 2 July 2014

One afternoon I spend on a lovely beach at whiskey town lake. What a lovely and peaceful place. Very friendly people were there and everybody seemed to be very chilled and relaxed. Loved this place. Geese family walking on my blanket really nice...

Thank Bettina H
Reviewed 12 April 2013

We had a great day on the water. The only down side was the wait at the boat launch both coming and going.

Thank Shaun883
Reviewed 21 January 2013 via mobile

Beautiful scenery. Wonderful trails, variety of easy to difficult. Public restrooms available at most trails. Clear water, and some lovely beach areas. Highly recommend for a morning/afternoon out.

1  Thank Josh S
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