Natural Feature

Lake Siskiyou

30 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Michelle And Marc
Michelle And Marc
September 1, 2021
Lake Siskiyou is simply a gem. With a biking trail around the entire lake available, you can bike or hike with ease to explore. The lake has many public access points or you can visit Lake Siskiyou Camp Resort for a small day fee and enjoy their inflatable water park during select summer months!
May 6, 2021
Great little mountain lake with trails to walk, kayaks and SUPs to rent (only at campground beach). Best is to get there early in the morning, rent your flotation device, and head out to one of the more secluded state beaches or coves. If traveling with kiddos, they have an inflatable water park…
January 2, 2021
There it was – the clearest blue water I’d ever seen, trails and tall trees lining the shore, kids and adults joyfully playing on the beach and in the water, crowned by the majestic, snow-topped Mount Shasta.
August 28, 2020
Beautiful Alpine lake where guests can enjoy a tranquil view of Mt. Shasta and clear, cool water for water sports and fishing.
August 12, 2020
Hike or run around the whole lake- about 7 miles

Unique things to do nearby

Maagic Mountain Farm GOAT Tour
From Price:$58 CAD/person
Awakening healing on the mountain
From Price:$256 CAD/person
Learn to Milk a Goat and More
From Price:$114 CAD/person

Places to stay nearby

  1. Entire residential home
  2. 5 beds
Holiday Lake House*On the Lake

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