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Cabin in Shingletown
Cozy A-Frame + Lassen + Hot Tub
Immerse yourself in this unique A-Frame home surrounded by giant pines. Thumper A-Frame at Mount Lassen is your next stop to experience tranquility and fresh mountain air. This one-bedroom listing is perfect for your next visit to Mount Lassen National Park & any of the beautiful lakes, waterfalls, hiking, & more in this area. Relax under the stars with our outdoor fireplace, deck, hot tub, and BBQ, or stay inside the cozy living area looking through the beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows.
$125 per night
Cabin in Hat Creek
Hat Creek Retreat
Privately gated 10+ acre property that backs up to federal land! Open space for horses, trailer/RV access, hiking etc. Less than 1/4 mile from Hat Creek (no creek access on site), and minutes away from Burney Falls, Baum Lake, the Subway Caves, Lassen National Park/Forest and other renowned recreation areas. Outdoor fire pit, firewood included! EV charging station, full RV hook-up, high-speed internet, remote workstation. Everything you need for your family vacation any time of the year.
$151 per night
Cabin in Shingletown
Cozy Log Cabin on 3 acres by Lassen National Park
Are you looking to get away? Relax in this newly built log cabin on over 3 private acres of land at an elevation of 4,300 ft. The 1350 square foot cabin has a large master loft with a large private bathroom and media area. The loft also has a balcony that gives you amazing views of the surrounding trees and is the perfect place to listen to birds and watch wildlife. The cabin is ideal for a couple, small family, best friends, or an individual looking for a personal retreat in the forest.
$195 per night

Other great vacation rentals in Burney

Home in Burney
Beautiful home lots of parking near Burney falls
$203 per night
Farm stay in Fall River Mills
Mott's Cottage
$84 per night
Farm stay in Fall River Mills
Mary Lou's Town House
$121 per night
Hotel room in Fall River Mills
Historic Inn w/Queen Bed - Hunt, Fish, Golf, Hike
$75 per night
Guesthouse in Redding
Country Oasis - Your Little Slice of Heaven!
$62 per night
Guest suite in Whitmore
Forest studio w/ waterfall & farm near Lassen
$184 per night
Guesthouse in Redding
Serenity Acres Retreat - 10 Minutes To Bethel & I5
$68 per night
Cabin in McCloud
Charming vaulted cabin+fireplace+Mt Shasta View #2
$72 per night
Tiny home in McArthur
Delightful Studio-Style Cabin Peace and Quiet
$115 per night
Earthen home in Bella Vista
Bright, Cheery Hobbit Hole and Second Breakfast
$240 per night
Cabin in Shingletown
Mt Lassen and the great outdoors
$145 per night
Cabin in Shingletown
Mt. Lassen Getaway Cabin
$170 per night

Your guide to Burney

All About Burney

Nestled among the northernmost tip of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, this rural community is bordered by the Shasta-Trinity National Forest to the north and the Lassen National Forest to the south, making it a wonderful base for exploring the wilder side of Northern California. Not only are the surrounding creeks and streams a destination for fly-fishers angling for brown and rainbow trout, nearby Shasta Lake provides further opportunities to participate in watersports like boating and swimming. The national parks’ hundreds of miles of trails carve through pine forests and lead up to mountain summits, alpine lakes, and scenic vistas. Within the town itself, you’ll enjoy a variety of museums, theaters, and cultural activities.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Burney?

Like much of inland Northern California, the seasonal variations in Burney’s climate are moderate. The summer months are warm and sun-filled, with minimal chances of rain, making it a wonderful time for a vacation rental in Burney. If you’re visiting from May through September, day-tripping to nearby Redding for the farmer’s market or the Redding Roots Revival Music Festival in September can make for an excellent break from your nature outings. The shoulder seasons tend to see brisk temperatures and a moderate increase in precipitation, so make sure you pack a light jacket during this time. In winter, expect temperatures that hover around freezing, and occasional snowfall on the valley floor, with much more snow sticking to the surrounding mountains.

What are the top things to do in Burney?

McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park

As the second oldest state park in California, and still one of the more popular destinations in Shasta County, this state park has drawn fishers, hikers, and horseback riders for more than a century. Many people simply come to admire Burney Falls, a high-flow waterfall in the park, which is beautiful year-round and easy to get to from the parking lot.

Day trip to Redding

The university town of Redding, an hour away from Burney by car, makes for an excellent day trip. Crossing the famous Sundial Suspension Bridge into town, you will be met with a youthful city packed with farmer's markets, cafes, and restaurants. The Turtle Bay Exploration Park in the center of town offers a botanical garden, an arboretum, and a museum with national history exhibits.

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Like the world-famous Yellowstone National Park, Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to ancient volcanic formations, jagged mountain peaks, and endless opportunities for exploration. The expansive trail system may lead you past burbling creeks, wildflower meadows, or alpine lakes, or perhaps thermally active regions such as boiling lakes and geysers. Even if you’re not hiking into the wilderness, picnic areas scattered throughout the park let you bask in the serene surroundings.

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