A Beautiful Getaway
"Start with an endless blue sky. Punctuate the vista with rugged snow-frosted mountains and the highest free-standing volcano in
North America. Fold the land into a canyon... through its center runs a river bountiful with granddaddy trout and world-class fishing. Right beside
the river, set down an old-fashioned town with no stop lights, no parking meters, no traffic, and few worries. Step back to a simpler time, a time
when shopkeepers ask "How's the family doing?" or people smile as they pass on the street. Welcome home to Dunsmuir, the small-town home of 2,000 you
wished you had grown up in." (City of Dunsmuir website).
Come find out why!
Sacred Springs has recently undergone a state-of-the-art remodel from top to bottom. This includes an expanded dining room and kitchen with new cabinets, countertops, appliances, lighting, . City water service, new electrical and plumbing, fantastic monitor heating, two-level wrap around deck, new hardwood floors and walls, carpet, windows, and roof. Custom-carved wood features and ceNew outdoor spa and large, private off-road parking.
Whether it's world-class fly fishing, downhill or cross country skiing, sledding, snowboarding, or ice skating, Sacred Springs has it all. It's just a short 10-minute walk to historic downtown Dunsmuir where there are a handful of great restaurants, coffeehouses, and a lively jazz night club. Take a swim in the Dunsmuir olympic pool, enjoy the beautiful Dunsmuir Riverfront Botanical Gardens City Park, visit the River Exchange, a local wildlife and river museum and information center, and shop in the unique stores.
The protected waters on the property offer some of the best fly-fishing California has to offer. The river is open year round and an angler's paradise. Your section of the river is abundant with rare native Wild Rainbow Trout, attracting anglers from all over the world. You can even hook up right off the deck! The McCloud River, conveniently located just 20 minutes northeast, also offers some of the greatest fishing on the west coast. Other fantastic fisheries in the region produce steelhead, salmon and trophy trout, seeing them into the Pitt, Klamath, Eel, Trinity, Salmon, Rouge, and Smith Rivers.
Located at an elevation of 2,300 feet, Sacred Springs enjoys occasional snow during the beautiful winter months. This is good news as the snow levels are usually just enough to make it frosty white and easy to navigate. If downhill or cross country skiing, sledding, ice skating and snowboarding is your desire, Sacred Springs is only a few miles from the ski lifts at the base of Mount Shasta, whose summits rise well over 14,000 feet.
Sacred Springs is a paradise for families, groups, honeymooners, and individuals who just want to get away. And pets are welcome! Hike the amazing Castle Crags, walk up-river 15 minutes to Moss Brae Falls, rent kayaks or paddleboats on nearby Lake Siskiyou, which is a great trout and bass fishery, or take a short drive to enjoy Castle Lake, Lake Shasta, and the McCloud River. Like to golf? There are some wonderful golf courses here! Let Mount Shasta be your tee-off backdrop at every hole. All seasonal and recreatonal sports are just out your door and are either free or very reasonably priced and at a fraction of what you would spend at Lake Tahoe. For all you theater lovers, drive approximately an hour north to the Oregon border to attend the Elizabethan town of Ashland, the renowned home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.