Antlers RV Park and Campground
Travel Blogs from Lakehead
We left early, at least for us, and headed to the Lake Shasta Caverns. We took the first tour at 10AM and we were the only ones on it. The lake was really low so we had a long walk down to the boat and then a nice boat ride across to the other side. The caverns were nice with lots of steps but overall well worth the money.
After the caverns we …
Saturday July 5, 2014
Today was set aside for R & R around the campground. After a delicious steak dinner, cooked on the grill, we went to the local holiday celebration, "Concert in the Park". It was a family barbeque and a concert by local musicians; we were there only a few minutes before returning to the campground.
... area. Here in the park you can explore surface lava flows, walk among the large volcanic rocks and boulders, and descend into numerous lava tubes. After viewing the film in the Visitor’s Center we descended into the “Mushpot Cave”, a lava tube, which has a paved walkway that is lit and with interpretive signs. After that we took a ranger led tour of the ...
... provides a wonderful viewing point, but to fully appreciate the falls you need to take the trail to the bottom, not only is there a tremendous amount of water cascading over the falls but there are numerous points in the rock face below the upper river flow where water is escaping from between the ...
... was getting sloshed on cruisers and dirty dancing to full kaffir black rap music!
My cousin Brittani actually ended up being super cool and rad to hang out with so I spent most of my time with her. My other cousin Andrew who was supposed to be the super cool college jock actually turned out to be one of the weirdest/lame people I've ever met! His housewarming included his roommates alcoholic parents, some dude singing ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Antlers RV Park and Campground Lakehead
Other places to stay in Lakehead
19667 Lakeshore Drive, Lakehead | Campgroundfrom $112