Lassen National Park Private Lodging
Whether you are staying in the RV Park, Camping or Horse Camping, the views of this gorgeous U.S. National Park abound in every direction. Our doors open to the meadows edge and the Lassen National Forest. Enjoy a your private campfire and favorite beverage as you create a special mountain experience. As one of only two properties located within miles from any other destination, peace and quiet naturally comes with our remote location.
Our campsites join the Lassen Forest boundary line behind the Village property. They are well spaced to afford plenty of privacy. Our 22-space RV Park faces Lassen National Park. You will never tire of this dramatic view. Each site has 30 and 50 amp hook ups and is situated perfectly under a variety of giant pine trees. Our Tiny Homes cabins are newly decorated and appointed with full kitchens, comfy bedding and cozy living spaces.
Fresh Dining at The Village Café (coming soon)
The Village Café serves breakfast and lunch year round. Our fresh cuisine is cooked artisan style by our talented chef. When the season permits, dine on the outdoor patio at the foot of Lassen National Forest. Enjoy a bottle from our exceptional wine list and savor the day as the sun quietly sets.
Explore Lassen Volcanic National Park
The Village at Childs Meadow is located in Lassen National Forest with Lassen Volcanic National Park virtually outside your front door to explore and sightsee. Inside Lassen Park you will discover volcanic topography, multiple hiking trails at all comfort levels, lakes and recreational areas. The scenic drive through the park is a must that you’ll want to do again and again. Our Café provides boxed picnic lunches, so you can spend the day wandering in the Park without a care.
The Village Innkeepers
When my brother, sister and I were children, my parents bought a cabin in Mill Creek. Unknown to us at the time, it was a gift that would change our lives forever. We enjoyed and experienced Mt. Lassen and all of its beauty every summer and winter. We skied, fished and hiked Lassen’s peaks and neighboring mountains. We learned what “becoming one with nature” meant and the importance of leaving it the same way we found it.
Stand in silence and you will hear the massive varieties of pine trees tell a spiritual story with their aromatic breeze. If you have experienced Mt. Lassen then you know what I mean. If not, we invite you to visit and welcome you to discover what we learned here…“Being one with nature simply starts by one being in a natural environment.” We look forward to sharing The Village and Mt. Lassen with you all.
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