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Buckner Lodge

Buckner Lodge Plus Campsite Use

A two-story lodge equipped with a modern kitchen, two full bathrooms, two large dormitory rooms upstairs, two bedrooms downstairs, and great room. Many guests use Buckner Lodge for cooking and to accommodate staff and camp organizers.

Sleeps up to 30 guests.
1-10 persons - $180 per day
11 + Persons Add $15 per person per day
Winter use - $75 per day minimum plus $15 per person per day
Children under 4 are free
Includes the use of Buckner Lodge kitchen

Campsites Only Use

(excludes the use of Buckner Lodge)
$15 per person per day

Shasta Camp is off the grid and generated power is available by prior arrangement for $20 an hour

Reservations must be made for use of campsites, Buckner Lodge and The Pavilion

Deposits are due when reservations are made and must be received to confirm a reservation
Reservation deposit: $100 non-refundable within 30 days of arrival date
Cleaning deposit: $100 refundable (pending approval by camp Host/Caretaker)

Pavilion Use

Campers: $50 per day (Camps must be more than 20)
Non-campers: $250 per day or $150 for 4 hours
$20 per hour for use of generator
There are no overnight accommodations in the Pavilion

Summer Use

29 tent sites and 20 RV sites (RVs must be self-contained)
Buckner Lodge/Kitchen/Great Room with Deck for dining and other uses —houses up to 30 guests
Babylon —large shower, restroom facility, flush toilets, hot water
Upper Babylon —isolated restrooms for primitive campers
Large Outdoor Recreation Area
Rustic Outdoor Worship area or Meeting Place
Note: Actual RV hookups unavailable at this time; however, water outlets are distributed throughout the site. Camp hosts live on site and are available for assistance.

Winter Use

Buckner Lodge is available by reservation during the winter months and is a convenient place to stay while enjoying winter recreational activities. It can house up to 30 guests with a Kitchen/Great Room/ and central wood stove providing comfortable warmth. If Castle Lake Road is cleared of snow, further access to the camp requires a short 1/4 mile trek on snow-shoes or skis. Sleds are provided to bring in gear and supplies during the snow season. Check with the Registrar for road conditions.

Questions or reservations

Registrar: David or Cedar Moss
P.O. Box 567, Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
phone: (530) 966-1862 or (530) 828-2221
email: davidmoss43@gmail.com
cedarmoss@gmail.com

 

 

GUEST REVIEWS

"A quiet, restful place to enjoy God's wonderful world. Kitchen facility great. It's good to have places for tents and RV parking and a place to stay inside if needed."
—Joan Wheeler, Cadwallader family camp

"Camp facilities were perfect. They improver every year thanks to a great caretaker" —Professor Charles R. Goldman, U.C.Davis professor, environmental studies.

"Outdoor setting, worship experiences, fellowship most enjoyable. Many improvements made over past years. Camp host always available, helpful and supportive." —Carol Kern, Jerry Wren, Shasta Family Camp

"Great kitchen, wonderful selection of magazines, fantistic view. Beautiful location." —Desjardins family

"Everything was wonderful! We appreciate the toboggans, and that Paul had the fire started and lights on. Lynne was very helpful and informative."—Aldersgate Methodist Church

"This cabin is great. This is our 4th or 5th winter here and we have seen many improvements." —Matt Jensen, Lake Almanor Community Church.

“The cabin/lodge is great. We enjoyed the seclusion and the surrounding." —Scott & Sandra Norris

"Absolutely outstanding facility: Lodge and Babylon are tremendous" —First Baptist Church of Corning

Find out more

Registrar:
David or Cedar Moss
P.O. Box 567
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
phone:
(530) 966-1862 or
(530) 828-2221
email: davidmoss43@gmail.com
cedarmoss@gmail.com