Mount Shasta City KOA

(10 Reviews)

900 North Mt Shasta Blvd., Mount Shasta, CA 96067

530-926-4029

800-562-3617

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GPS: 41.3219, -122.3173

Mount Shasta City KOA is located at 900 North Mt Shasta Blvd., Mount Shasta, California 96067 with a total of 112 campsites. Before your trip to Mount Shasta City KOA, check out website at http://koa.com/campgrounds/mount-shasta/ or contact them through 530-926-4029 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

41.3219, -122.3173

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 41.3219, -122.3173

Overview of Mount Shasta City KOA


Last Price Paid: $60

Reported by Morespeed132 on 04.01.2022

Longest RV Reported: 40 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

112

Elevation:

3,608 ft / 1,099 m

Max Length:

80 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Mount Shasta City KOA

10 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar Morespeed132
    Great Stay!

    Reviewed 1/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 10

    We have stayed at a few KOA’s over the years and this one is great! The whole place was clean. The staff was FANTASTIC! They were super accommodating and helpful. We had no issues with any of the hookups or site. Would definitely stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Mark Quinn
    Dust-dust-dust

    Reviewed 26/7/2021

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    Days stayed: 1

    Sorry, this KOA is worn out. I’m not wild about the KOAs that are paved over, but would it kill them to bring in some gravel? But what really galled is was, when asking for a shadier spot at 98 degrees, the answer was “No, it messes up the computer “ while I understand if the place was full, but a half dozen shady spots were open all n...moreSorry, this KOA is worn out. I’m not wild about the KOAs that are paved over, but would it kill them to bring in some gravel? But what really galled is was, when asking for a shadier spot at 98 degrees, the answer was “No, it messes up the computer “ while I understand if the place was full, but a half dozen shady spots were open all night. My advice? Take a remedial computer class…

  • Area Guides Avatar Les
    Its a KOA, but the location is great

    Reviewed 8/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $49

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 40

    Campground was really dusty, no surprise considering drought conditions. Sites are really tight together. The entrance is a very tight squeeze for larger rigs. The person working the office was friendly and helpful. Check-in was quick and efficient. The close location to town make this a great spot for visiting the town of Mt. Shasta. ...moreCampground was really dusty, no surprise considering drought conditions. Sites are really tight together. The entrance is a very tight squeeze for larger rigs. The person working the office was friendly and helpful. Check-in was quick and efficient. The close location to town make this a great spot for visiting the town of Mt. Shasta. Laundry is on the high side at $4.50 per load to wash. Great water pressure at our site. Good cellular data connection on my ATT hotspot. Lots of family groups and kids so if you're looking for total quiet, this isn't the place.

  • Area Guides Avatar Darron
    Good stay

    Reviewed 11/1/2021

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    Nightly rate: $53

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 11

    We booked online. There were multiple site levels (full hookups, partial hookups, etc). It seemed others who booked online didn't see that the amenities differed at the different price points (which makes sense) and weren't prepared for lack of sewer hookup. Stayed here in winter, minimal snow on ground, temp below freezing at night...moreWe booked online. There were multiple site levels (full hookups, partial hookups, etc). It seemed others who booked online didn't see that the amenities differed at the different price points (which makes sense) and weren't prepared for lack of sewer hookup. Stayed here in winter, minimal snow on ground, temp below freezing at night. Sewer worked well. Water good. Power good. Didn't try the cable. Access is single lane (but encompasses both directions of travel) with big trees on both sides. Only the least experienced driver with the largest rig would have any difficulty though.Only minor gripe was that we made 2 calls during mid-day Saturday to ask questions or book, the voice mail message sounded pretty unprofessional, and I didn't get a call back from either message. The lady at the office on Sunday morning was very kind and let us stay just a bit past the check out time so we could get an extra run on the local slopes before returning to check out.

  • Area Guides Avatar The journey with Bernie
    Surprisingly nice

    Reviewed 22/12/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 14

    We don’t usually like KOA‘s, but this one got positive reviews and we needed to pull over last night. There weren’t that many people there so we had a choice of sites. They are closely spaced, but there are a lot of really tall mature trees which made it feel park like. They have a little fenced area for dogs and the area walking was n...moreWe don’t usually like KOA‘s, but this one got positive reviews and we needed to pull over last night. There weren’t that many people there so we had a choice of sites. They are closely spaced, but there are a lot of really tall mature trees which made it feel park like. They have a little fenced area for dogs and the area walking was nice. Everything worked well, good cell phone signal, we did not use the Wi-Fi. Trains but otherwise quiet and peaceful. Super easy on and off, all sites pull through. Site level.

  • Area Guides Avatar Garton23
    Unexpected charm

    Reviewed 5/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 30

    I wasn’t expecting much...being this was a city KOA and we’ve had some not-so-great experiences with city campgrounds. But I was very wrong. Very clean, yet tightly spaced RV sites surrounded by ample tent and cabin camping. Tons of amenities and GREAT WIFI! And the staff were awesome too....super friendly and extremely helpful. A...moreI wasn’t expecting much...being this was a city KOA and we’ve had some not-so-great experiences with city campgrounds. But I was very wrong. Very clean, yet tightly spaced RV sites surrounded by ample tent and cabin camping. Tons of amenities and GREAT WIFI! And the staff were awesome too....super friendly and extremely helpful. All this, with some boondocking sites we may utilize in the future, nestled perfectly at the base of Mount Shasta. We will be back! Thank you Mt Shasta Koa!

  • Area Guides Avatar MichellB
    Nice KOA

    Reviewed 8/4/2020

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 17

    This campground is open during the corona virus for campers. The cabins are not. There were only a few others while we were here. The cable was fuzzy but we watched movies on our dvr.

  • Area Guides Avatar Duckmire
    Overpriced and Noisy

    Reviewed 26/7/2018

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: A

    Came in late, so only dry sites with no hookups available - still charged $40 to essentially park. The worst part is that it is right near the train tracks, so all night long we heard noise from the trains, which led to restless sleep. Nice setting, but we couldn’t wait to leave.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jen and Mace Man Fancy Pants

    Reviewed 22/10/2016

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 14

    I stayed here in an October weekday hence it wasn't very crowded and the manager made sure all campers were spaced apart which was very nice. I came here from Eugene, Oregon which had experienced a lot of rain, so this was dry and sunny and very pleasant. Even though it is a fairly open campground, there are some large trees in some ...moreI stayed here in an October weekday hence it wasn't very crowded and the manager made sure all campers were spaced apart which was very nice. I came here from Eugene, Oregon which had experienced a lot of rain, so this was dry and sunny and very pleasant. Even though it is a fairly open campground, there are some large trees in some of the campsite areas as well as the tent area. The one big drawback for some will be the early morning trains, I didn't hear them as I usually have fans on. Fairly certain they have WiFi but I didn't need it.

  • Area Guides Avatar Nathan @ Wand'rly
    Exactly what a KOA should be

    Reviewed 23/6/2015

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    Nightly rate: $31

    Days stayed: 1

    We came here specifically because I wanted to see Mt. Shasta as I looked out the window. That was a mistaken observation my dear Lady provided me. This is maybe the only place in town you can't see the mountain from. Still, I would come back here in the ruffle of a squirrel's take because:1. It's cheap for a KOA. $31 for full hooku...moreWe came here specifically because I wanted to see Mt. Shasta as I looked out the window. That was a mistaken observation my dear Lady provided me. This is maybe the only place in town you can't see the mountain from. Still, I would come back here in the ruffle of a squirrel's take because:1. It's cheap for a KOA. $31 for full hookups, pull through, and 6 people were included. 2. It's kid-centric. A playground, a pool... Why do old people even go to KOAs? These are the main reasons we do. 3. It's so close to town, and town rules like a cutoff jean jacket vest with an anarchy spray painted in the back. One of my favorite towns ever. The staff was nice, cellular internet just okay, my dog got lost and my kids freaked out the entire time. Sites were small. No fire pits. Lovely trees from around the world. They sold beer and propane on site. The end.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 6 Users Last Reported 06/23/2015

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 3 Users Last Reported 06/23/2015

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 07/26/2018

Campsite Types

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