Shasta State Historic Park

15312 SR 299
Shasta, CA 96087- Map It
(530) 243-8194

AAA Editor Notes

Shasta State Historic Park is on SR 299. Formerly a robust mining town with a population of 2,500, Shasta was the gateway to a large area of riches and a rendezvous for gamblers; it is now an interesting gold rush relic. The old courthouse has been converted to a museum that contains historical exhibits as well as the Boggs Collection—100 Years of California Art. A restored barn and stagecoach can be seen. Also in the park are unrestored buildings that stand as reminders of Shasta's mining heyday. Picnicking is permitted.
Historic park free. Museum $3; $2 (ages 6-17).
Hours: Park and museum open Thurs.-Sun. 10-5. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.