Mill Creek Eco Resort

Located just off Highway 44 in Shasta County, the Mill Creek Eco Resort offers a variety of options for an overnight stay in the beautiful pines near Lassen National Forest.  There are many recreation opportunities available on-site at the Mill Creek Eco Resort, and its location offers easy access to almost unlimited recreation in the surrounding area.

Located just east of Shingletown and less than a mile south of Highway 44, the Mill Creek Eco Resort is in a prime location to take advantage of the many diverse recreation opportunities of eastern Shasta County.  With hiking trails and a fishing pond on the premises. Visitors can also enjoy a great weekend getaway without ever leaving the property.

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Latitude: 40.4956579 Longitude: -121.8501813 Elevation: 3608 ft
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Lodging Style and Amenities

The Mill Creek Eco Resort has several new small cabins, as well as recently renovated mobile home units on the premises.  Shaded sites are also available  for RVs and tent camping.  There is something at Mill Creek Eco Resort for every budget and travel style.

Seasons Open

Year round. Seasonal rates apply.

Recreational Opportunities

There are several shaded horseshoe pits scattered throughout the wooded acres of the resort, and a volleyball court is located in the center. Hiking, fishing and just relaxing in the mountain shade is also a favorite pastime.  If that's not enough, endless recreational opportunities can be found nearby at Lassen Volcanic National Park and throughout the Lassen National Forest.

Rate Range

RV and tent sites are in the $20 range, cabins with bathrooms are $79, and cabins without bathrooms are $59.

Driving Directions

Just a few miles east of Shingletown on Highway 44 in Shasta County, west of the community of Viola.

Eco-Friendly Notes

The Mill Creek Eco Resort is attempting to follow LEED standards wherever they can, including low-flow toilets and recycling rainwater.  Recycling is the way at Mill Creek and local materials were used in the recent renovations.  Increased solar power is in the works.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are permitted.

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