Questions & Answers
What are your fees? See Services
Do you have a special rate for nonprofit organizations?
No, we are not permitted to discriminate.
How far in advance do we need to make reservations?
As far as a year if possible to reserve the dates you wish, or whenever the dates you desire are available.
What type of deposit do you require?
$100 to reserve your stay and $100 cleaning fee. The cleaning fee is refunded when all is cleaned to our requirements.
How do we make a reservation
Registrar: David or Cedar Moss
P.O. Box 567, Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
phone: (530) 966-1862 or (530) 828-2221
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Can I stop by the site with some members of my group to have a look around?
Visitors are always welcome. Phone ahead to David or Cedar Moss at (530) 966-1862 or (530) 828-2221 so they will be there to show you around and answer any questions.
What are the accommodations for cooking?
Both Buckner Lodge and the Pavilion have well equipped kitchens with dishes, silverware, pots and pans, coffee pots, cooking utensils, etc..
Is there staff available if we need anything?
Our host/caretakers will greet you on arrival and be on hand if you have any needs during your stay.
Can I bring my dog?
Pets are welcome if well behaved and kept on a leash. Owners must collect their refuse in plastic bags and place in garbage.
What else is there to do at the site?
While we are not responsible for guest entertainment, there are many
interesting activities in the area: Castle Lake, hiking trails, ski bowl,
river rafting, wildflower viewing, swimming, beautiful waterfalls,
shopping and many historic sites, to name a few. There are also some
games and reading materials provided at Buckner Lodge.
What To Bring
If you plan to camp out, be sure to bring a tent, a sleeping bag and air mattress or pad in addition to your usual toilet articles. Nights are cool at a 4,800-foot elevation. Sturdy footwear is also important as walks at the camp are not paved. For those planning to use Buckner Lodge, bring towels, sleeping bag and/or sheets, as the camp does not supply these items. Do not forget cameras, flashlights, binoculars, bird books, flower books and any other resources to help you appreciate the camp's special gifts. Above all, bring a sense of excitement and an open heart and mind!
Access during the winter
The access road from Mt. Shasta City is approximately 8 miles over a paved road and a 1/4-mile unpaved entrance road. When snow packed (winter months) the camp can be reached by snowshoes or cross-country skis.