Located on the upper Sacramento Arm, the campground sits on a bluff above the lake and although some sites are near the lakeshore, direct access to the water is very difficult. The campground area is flat and level, covered with oak and pine forest which provide shade and good screening between units. Each campsite contains a paved parking spur, a table, bear boxes, and one fire ring.
Antlers boat ramp and Antlers amphitheater are located nearby. The amphitheater consists of a building and stage and a adjacent paved parking lot for 22 vehicles. Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends, free Interpretive Programs are provided.
At a Glance
The Cal Trans, Interstate 5/Antlers Bridge replacement project is in progress. Expect heavy traffic along the access road to the campground and boat ramp as well as restricted boat travel adjacent to construction zones. ACCESS the CALTRANS website
This facility will re-open in March. For current campground information. There is a self-registration/fee station at the entrance. Reservations are available May - September through the National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS) @ recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
$20 - single site (1 vehicle and 8 people)
$35 - double site (2 vehicles and 12 people)
Additional vehicles, if space allows, will be charged $6 per night.
Memorial Day and 4th of July holiday weekends
Redding, Lakehead, Shasta Lake City
Interagency Passes accepted
Concessionaire to the Forest Service: Shasta Recreation Company, 14538 Wonderland Blvd., Redding, Ca
Shasta Lake Visitor Information Center
14250 Holiday Road
Redding, Ca 96003
Open May - September
Directions: Located pproximately 22 miles north of Redding. From I-5, take exit 702, Antlers Road/Lakeshore Drive. Turn right at end of off ramp. Turn right at stop sign next to Shell station. Continue along Antlers road for about eight tenths of a mile. Campground entrance is on right side.