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Mt. Shasta City Park

Mt. Shasta City Park

Headquarters of Mt Shasta Recreation and Parks District is located within the rustic, 26 acre Mt. Shasta City Park, one mile north of downtown Mt. Shasta.  Owned by the District, park facilities include four, scenic picnic areas, a Gazebo, a playground, and public buildings.

Many community activities and events are held at the City Park year-round.  Learn more here!

The park and facilities are used extensively for private rentals, sponsored clubs, public events, as well as numerous educational & cultural classes.

The Headwaters Spring is a highlight not to be missed.  Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the paved, ADA walkway around the picnic grounds.   Explore the nature trail by way of the Headwaters Bridge – leading you thru the the trees & adjacent meadow with the peaceful, meandering Headwaters stream as your guide as you wind your way to the south end of the park and the Lower End bridge – your kids will LOVE IT !! 

Leashed dogs welcome.

Photo Credit: Mt. Shasta Recreation and Parks District

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Mt. Shasta City Park, Mount Shasta, CA
(530) 926-2494

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Mt. Shasta City Park

Headquarters of Mt Shasta Recreation and Parks District is located within the rustic, 26 acre Mt. Shasta City Park, one mile north of downtown Mt. Shasta.  Owned by the District, park facilities include four, scenic picnic areas, a Gazebo, a playground, and public buildings.

Many community activities and events are held at the City Park year-round.  Learn more here!

The park and facilities are used extensively for private rentals, sponsored clubs, public events, as well as numerous educational & cultural classes.

The Headwaters Spring is a highlight not to be missed.  Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the paved, ADA walkway around the picnic grounds.   Explore the nature trail by way of the Headwaters Bridge – leading you thru the the trees & adjacent meadow with the peaceful, meandering Headwaters stream as your guide as you wind your way to the south end of the park and the Lower End bridge – your kids will LOVE IT !! 

Leashed dogs welcome.

Photo Credit: Mt. Shasta Recreation and Parks District