Mill Creek Resort

Address: 40271 Hwy 172, Mill Creek, California, 96061, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 40271 Hwy 172, Mill Creek, is near Mount Lassen, Bumpass Hell, Manzanita Lake, and Juniper Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Mill Creek

    Lassen Volcanic National Park

    A travel blog entry by laurenross on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... found a few new species of birds not far from our campsite. We went for a run/walk around Manzanita Lake which was nice and a campfire to end a great day. The drive through the park the next day was pretty, getting up to 8,500ft. After seeing some bubbling pools it was time to go, not much else to ...

    Day 32 – 2-for-1 deal on Cascade sunsets

    A travel blog entry by monahan on Sep 28, 2011

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    ... different salamanders. Tonight we did not have time to explore Lassen as we’d hoped, but we saw a wonderful sunset (from two different directions), saw nearly twenty deer, and seemingly had the park all to ourselves for the evening. Not a bad tradeoff for being late.

    We arrived at our Manzanita Lake cabin at about 8:30 PM. It was dark, and we were glad to not have to set up a tent. It was getting really cold too. We cooked up a ...

    Day 6: Chaos Crags

    A travel blog entry by tmarooch on Jun 23, 2009

    32 photos

    ... he may be S.O.L. on finding a campsite here tonight.] Anyway, I was tempted on numerous occasions to doff clothing and give Manzanita a little test swim,   but it was pretty crowded with fishermen in float tubes and even more heavily populated with insects, so I held off.I finished my loop around the lake and landed back at camp where I had a quick snack, checked my maps, refilled my camelback with H2O, and hopped in the car to go find Crags Lake Trail ...

    Magic Mountain

    A travel blog entry by omar.buhidma on Sep 01, 2007

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    Within minutes of launching myself up the trail, something didn't quite feel right. I may not be an incredible athlete, but I'm in moderately good shape - yet my heartrate was up and my breath wasn't nearly as even as it should be. Was it the excedrin? I overheard Jana and Jaime complain about the affect the altitude was having on them and it all clicked. Of course - the headache was altitude sickness. I just ...

    East Prospect Peak

    A travel blog entry by joycekeith on Jun 29, 2007

    11 photos

    Our 2.8 mile hike to the top of East Prospect Peak takes us through a pine and fir forest. At the top we have views of nearby Cinder Cone and Butte and Snag Lakes. Further away is a view of Mt. Lassen, and further still to the north is snow-covered Mt. ...