About Burney Falls Resort
Next Door to Burney Falls
Burney Falls Resort is a small rustic RV and Trailer Park just across Burney Creek from McArthur Burney Falls Memorial State Park , the home of Pacific Crest trail , Great Shasta Rail Trail, and Lake Britton.. We are nestled in the trees between 3 Nation Forest, Lassen National Forest, Shasta Trinity National Forest and Modoc National Forest. There is hunting. fishing, boating, hiking, biking, ATV, climbing, swimming, and so much more. Burney Falls Resort LLC is the ideal base location for Northern California camping, Lassen Camping, or Shasta Camping, and next door to Burney Falls. Pacific Crest Trail and Lake Britton. If you enjoy Northern California camping and need a full service campground then checkout our website Burney Falls Resort dot com.
Surrounding area and Park:
Our location is close to Burney, California and a part of the Burney Basin, High Country, Intermountain Region of Northern California. This resort (campground) with its sites for RVs, 5th wheels and trailers is my home and business, owned and operated by . We provide trailer and RV camping sites rentals with complete facilities such as restrooms, showers, laundry room and open space for horseshoes to make your stay comfortable. We have WIFI internet services too! We are just off 89 on Clark Creek Road the first place on the Left.
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Burney is your gateway to the Intermountain Area serving the communities of Burney, Cassel, Hat Creek, Old Station, Montgomery Creek, Round Mountain, Big Bend and Johnson Park. Burney Chamber of Commerce Home Page
Burney Falls just across the Burney Creek
Burney Falls is a waterfall on Burney Creek, in McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, Shasta County, California. The water comes from underground springs above and at the falls, which are 129 feet high, and provides an almost constant flow rate of 379 million litres per day, even during the dry summer months. The falls are an example of river drainage regulated by stratigraphically-controlled springs, and also of a waterfall formed by undercutting of horizontal strata. The falls were called “the Eighth Wonder of the World” by President Theodore Roosevelt,and were declared a National Natural Landmark in December 1984.