Welcome to Burney Falls!

This beautiful park has 910 acres of forest and five miles of streamside and lake shoreline, including a portion of Lake Britton. The park's centerpiece is the 129-foot Burney Falls, which is not the highest or largest waterfall in the state, but possibly the most beautiful.

Cabins
 

Cabins

In 2007, 24 new cabins were added to the campground.  Now, you can enjoy Burney Falls in the comfort of an insulated cabin.  Cabins have bunks and a roomy covered porch, a locking front door, and […]

 
 
Campground
 

Campground

Absolutely beautiful campground with many recent renovations, including spur alignments to accommodate larger RV’s and all new bathrooms (some of the nicest bathrooms you will find at any campground).  121 developed camp sites with no […]

 
 
Marina & Boat Rentals
 

Marina & Boat Rentals

Small motor boats, canoes, rowboats, and paddle boats are available for rental to enjoy this beautiful lake.   In addition, campers may reserve a boat slip in advance for their vacation, thereby avoiding the hassle and […]

 
 
 
Store & Gift Shop
 

Store & Gift Shop

A great place to take a break from your busy day hiking, camping, or boating, the Park store has a variety of healthy grocery items, gifts, and souvenirs.  We also have a wide variety of […]

 
 
Hiking, Picnicking, and the Falls
 

Hiking, Picnicking, and the Falls

Teddy Roosevelt once described Burney Falls as the “eighth wonder of the world”.  Great views of the falls are accessible right from the parking lot, while a short easy hike takes you to the base.  […]

 
 
 
 

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Information and Reservations

Park hours and information are available by calling 530-335-2777.

Campground Reservations here for cabins or here for campsites or by calling 1-800-444-7275.

You may reserve a boat slip in advance or get boat rental information by calling 530-335-5713

 

Getting There

The park is northeast of Redding, 6 miles north of Highway 299 on Highway 89 near Burney.