The Guest House
McCloud Hotel Group, Inc
For both summer and winter fun, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park is an excellent source of entertainment for the entire family.
McCloud Chamber of Commerce
The McCloud Chamber of Commerce has contributed to creating a business community that has enhanced and protected the natural and historic resources of McCloud to the benefit, enjoyment and pride of both local citizens and the increasing numbers of tourists.
The Great Shasta Rail Trail
The Great Shasta Rail Trail will link the towns of McCloud and Burney and nearby recreation areas along an 80-mile scenic trail featuring local heritage and culture, close connections to nature, and boosting the economic and social vitality of local communities.
Siskiyou County is located at the top of northern California, USA, along the Oregon border. The Interstate 5 freeway runs through the center of our area, and Mount Shasta, the second highest volcano on the west coast, is our best known attraction.
McCloud Golf Club
Established in 1923, McCloud Golf Club features a meandering creek, beautiful pines, aspens, and spectacular views of Mount Shasta. Experience some of the best vistas a golf course has to offer.
Kevin Lahey Photography
For nearly 30 years Kevin has been photographing Mount Shasta in every kind of light and weather. The mountain presents an incredible array of clouds and colors in every season. The always-growing online portfolio will take your breath away.
McCloud Outdoors & Gear Exchange
McCloud Outdoors & Gear Exchange is a full service outdoors recreation gear & clothing stores in the beautiful historic mill town of McCloud, CA.
Heritage Junction Museum
Heritage Junction Museum has accumulated an impressive collection of artifacts from McCloud's history. The museum also has a huge photographic collection covering the entire history of the town and its surrounding country. The museum is open to visitors daily through the summer and by special arrangements during the winter months.
Mount Shasta Lavender Farms
Mt. Shasta Lavender Farms, located twenty minutes north of Mt. Shasta City, California, on a 3500 ft. sunny slope, grows two types of lavender for oil, ornamentation, and culinary use. We now invite visitors seasonally and by appointment to cut lavender and to enjoy the magnificent views.