Cloudless Skies LLC. regrets to inform you that a tree has fallen into the Lassen Manzanita Camp Store building, resulting in structural damage. While repairs are underway, the camp store is temporarily closed.

Drakesbad will not be opening in the year of 2024.

We will keep you updated on the progress of the repairs and any changes to the reopening schedule. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out at [email protected].

NPS Press Release

Visit, Explore, and Discover…

Lassen Volcanic National Park is a place of wonderment, inspiration and recreation. Here, the earth’s internal forces bubble, spit, boil and hiss to the surface in fascinating displays. The striking beauty of this volcanic activity is exciting to watch, and the curious visitor can see all four types of volcanoes (cinder cone, shield, composite and lava dome) in the national park.

Lassen Lodging lodge on a sunny day with green grass and blue skies.
Drakesbad Guest Ranch
Steam from water up against tall trees.
Warner Valley Campground
Manzanita Camping Cabins
Lodge building with a large A frame entry into the front doors.
Lassen Café & Gift

Situated at the crossroads of three great biological areas (the Cascades, Sierra Nevada and Great Basin), Lassen Volcanic National Park is a unique environment that is teeming with many species of plants and animals — from marmots to Ponderosa pines, squirrels to iris, bats to violets, and more.

Landscape of Lassen Volcanic National Park in the middle of the day. Steam coming up from the ground.
Beautiful creek along the tree line with a mountain in the background with partially cloudy skies.

Spend a day or a vacation hiking, fishing, touring, photographing, kayaking, horseback riding, or exploring miles of trails in the park’s scenic backcountry. To visit Lassen Volcanic National Park is to witness the earth’s forces of creation and destruction.

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