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Castle Crags State Park, Castella

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Reviews
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  • We had a fun time at Castle Crags State Park. We liked hiking the trails to see Mt. Shasta. There is a a nice campground. Weather was perfect for sightseeing.  more »
  • This is our second summer hosting here and the hiking possibilities are nearly endless. The Pacific Coast Trail (PCT) intersects the park thus you can load up and head south to Mexico (1400mi) or nort...  more »
  • My husband and I decided to do the Crags Trail, roughly 2800 feet of elevation gain within 2 miles. We started at noon and finished at about 4. Did I finish it? Yes. Was I hurting, hell yes. But I rec...  more »
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  • My family and I go camping here every year. It's nice and relaxing except for the train that likes to blow its' horn late at night and early in the morning. Other than that it's a nice place. The rangers are friendly and very helpful.
  • Hiked the nearly 8 mile round trip from the lower parking lot to castle dome. Trails are well marked. It's an uphill hike all the way so be prepared. Beautiful scenery and amazing views.
  • Great park with trails and incredible mountains. The staff/rangers are helpful and friendly. Watch out for poison oak!
  • one of the more expensive tent site campgrounds. the camp host is most like mrs. kravits from the bewitched tv series. nosey and forgets who has already payed their fees. she's been there for years so we just found another campground.
  • These are pictures of mt Shasta on i5 heading north to wa state and return trip from wa headed for san Jose ca.beautiful weather coming and going