Sugarloaf Cottages

Address: 19667 Lakeshore Drive, Lakehead, California, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 19667 Lakeshore Drive, Lakehead.
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      Travel Blogs from Lakehead

      Short Stay in Redding

      A travel blog entry by shellingtons on Apr 08, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... quite happy about the rain as they desperately needed it. Even the mountain top received a fresh coat of snow!

      Redding is a city of about 85,000 people. Hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation are the main attractions here in Redding. We spent Monday afternoon checking out the city. Tuesday we dusted off the golf clubs which we have not used in a month. We booked a time at the Gold Hills Country Club. It is the only public 18 hole course here. It had some great scenery of ...

      A Little Hiccup!!

      A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Feb 28, 2015

      11 photos

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      Our drive on Saturday February 28th took us through Sacramento into the Sacramento Valley. It's pretty similar to the San Joaquin Valley we drove through on Friday. It's much greener so I presume they get more rain here!












      Lots of tree crops, including Olives, & vineyards ...

      Goodbye California

      A travel blog entry by genevieve.abad on Feb 23, 2015

      ... working and wasn’t even registering that we were moving. I ended up getting to the airport early, checking in and getting through security in 10 minutes and getting to my gate with an hour and thirty minutes to spare. I didn’t have to take my shoes or belt off when going through security and they did not make me remove anything from my bags, not even my laptop or liquids. ...

      Hiking to the Castle Crags

      A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on Jul 12, 2014

      22 photos

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      We decided to hike to the Castle Crags today because Mount Shasta had some clouds over the summit. We drove about 20 minutes down to Castle Crags State Park. This hike is about 2,300 feet elevation gain in 2.7 miles, so it is very difficult. I knew it would be hard, but not as hard as it was.

      The hike was constantly uphill, not too bad at first, but it got very rocky toward the end, with some sketchy parts where ...

      Magnificence everywhere you look!

      A travel blog entry by gypsytour on Jun 16, 2013

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... up the remaining California Coast and most of the Oregon Coast. (a forty year old bucket list item of mine). When I mentioned this a month earlier Billy somewhat Poo-pooed me thinking it would not be an option for us with the camper in tow but he must have asked some trusted "authorities" who assured him it was heavily traveled by beasts far greater (longer, wider, heavier RV's and trailers) than ours. ...