Shasta Campground caters primarily to OHV enthusiasts as it is right next to the Chappie-Shasta OHV Area parking/staging. Shasta Campground also has easy access to 100's of miles of OHV trails, Keswick Reservior and the Sacramento River Rail Trail (non-motorized).
Shasta Campground offers 27 tent/trailer campsites, picnic tables, paved loop road, vault toilets, OHV staging area, potable water, and fire rings. To get to the campground head along Keswick Reservoir, below Shasta Dam. Take I-5 north from Redding about 10 miles to Shasta Dam Blvd. Follow Shasta Dam Blvd. to Shasta Dam (dam hours are 6AM to 10PM), cross the dam, turn left and follow the road about 2 miles down to the campground and staging area. To cross Shasta Dam you must show a valid driver's license, vehicle registration, and your vehicle and trailer may be subject to inspection.
The campground is dog-friendly, but your dog must be on-leash.
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