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Best things to do in Shasta Lake

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Coffee Shop
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“It's in Shasta Lake so, it gets you out of Redding, which can be a nice change. There's a lot of space; friendly baristas; and really well made coffee. Plus, they intentionally invest in their city via programs, a garden, a farmers market, and so on! ”
17 locals recommend
Amusement Park
“Fun entertainment center with mini golf, go carts, laser tag, video games and snacks walking distance from house.”
6 locals recommend
Route
“One of the largest Dams in the U.S. and incredibly stunning views. Free to visit.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“American Breakfast with large portions. GREAT smoked meat for lunch or dinner. ”
4 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Built from 1938-1945, Shasta Dam is the 8th largest Dam in the United States and it creates the largest man made reservoir in California. ”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
3 locals recommend
Veterinarian
“If your wanting a true Shasta Lake experience, I highly suggest you rent a boat and explore this beautiful body of water. Wether your into fishing, or just want some fun in the sun, this lake is the place for you!”
14 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Ever heard of an Escape Room? You have 60 minutes to get out of a locked room, solve the puzzle, or defuse the bomb. Go!”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Breakfast traditions : breaky at the Orange for decades. Enjoy all their menu items. ”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
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2 locals recommend
Pharmacy
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1 local recommends
Restaurant
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“Many options in Chinese food. They deliver as well or just call in your order and pick it up. ”
1 local recommends
Bus Station
1 local recommends
Laundry
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Café
“Before you start your trip make sure to pick up a great salad, sandwich, coffee or smoothie for on the way. This company provided free meals 3x per day for Carr fire victims and those of us evacuated in 2018. We love supporting such community efforts! ”
1 local recommends