Getting Here

Located just one mile off Hwy 5 on the Sacramento arm of Shasta Lake, nestled in the beautiful forest surrounding the lake, our resort is just a stones throw from the water with a launch area conveniently located right in front of the resort.

Directions to Salt Creek Resort from the south: 

  • I-5 North
  • Take exit 698 for Gilman Rd./Salt Creek Rd 
  • Turn left at bottom of off-ramp onto Gilman Rd. (continue 0.1 miles)
  • Turn right at Salt Creek Rd. (continue 0.2 miles)
  • Take the first left onto Lower Salt Creek Road (continue 0.7 miles)
  • Follow the road
  • Turn  left into Salt Creek Resort


Directions to Salt Creek Resort from the north:  

  • I-5 South   
  • Take Salt Creek Road exit   
  • Left at bottom of the ramp onto Salt Creek Road (continue 0.1 miles)   
  • Turn right onto Lower Salt Creek Road (continue 0.7 miles)   
  • Follow the road   
  • Turn left into Salt Creek Resort


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Resort Grounds

Salt Creek Resort is comprised of five fully equipped two bedroom and four one bedroom "view" cabins and seven full hook-up RV sites. Enjoy relaxing by the pool, a game of volleyball, a fire in one of our fire pits and games in our activity center.


Surrounding Area

Salt_Creek_from_facebook.jpgLake Shasta is located in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest - the largest national forest in California with a diverse landscape ranging from 1,000 to 14,162 feet. The 2.1 million acre forest encompasses five wilderness areas, hundreds of mountain lakes and 6,278 miles of streams and rivers. The employees of the "Shasta-T" manage a healthy forest by enhancing wildlife habitat, maintaining clean water, producing timber products and safeguarding communities at risk from wildfires. Pivotal in the economical, tourism and recreational aspects of Northern California, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest is a land of breathtaking beauty and a place for everyone to enjoy the great outdoors.

Area Details


With a capacity of 4,552,000 acre·ft at full pool, Lake Shasta has an elevation of 1,067 feet, and a surface area of 30,000 acres, making it the state's largest reservoir, and its third largest body of water after Lake Tahoe and the Salton Sea. It is ten miles north of the city of Redding, with the town of Lakehead on its northern shores.



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