Only 50 Scenic miles east of Redding on Hwy 299 E.

Pit River Casino is located on 79 acres in beautiful Northern California, approximately 52 scenic miles east of Interstate 5 in either direction on Highway 89 from Mount Shasta or Highway 299 from Redding, California.

RV Park

Pit River Casino RV Park

Need somewhere to park your RV while in the Burney Area?
Well you're in luck, because the Pit River Casino has an RV Park!
We have a Daily Rate of $25,
a Weekly Rate of $125,
and a Monthly Rate of $450
All spaces have electrical and water hook ups, along with sewage dump
And free Wi-Fi!

A highlight of many things to see in the Intermountain Area

McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park is neither the highest nor the largest waterfall in the state, but many people consider it the most beautiful. Unlike other waterfalls in this area, Burney Falls continues to flow at the same rate all year long. Located on Hwy 89 approximately 6 miles North of Hwy 299 E. The Park includes a developed campground, and two miles of frontage on Lake Britton. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, boating and water skiing.
For more information call (530) 335-2777. 

Fishing - The Intermountain Area offers many varieties of fishing.
There are several cold lakes or mountain steams for bass and trout, or warmer waters for catfish and crappie. Two wild trout steams Hat Creek and Fall River - offer trophy trout to the dedicated fly fisherman or those fishing with artificial lures.
(Refer to the Ca. Sport Fishing Regulations Handbook for complete information)

Subway Cave is located 1/4 mile north of the junction of Hwy 89 and 44.
The cave, formed 20,000 years ago from flowing lava, provides over 1000 accessible feet to explore (bring a jacket and flashlight).  Open from late May through October.

Lassen National Volcanic Park & Visitors Center- The park's northeast entrance at Manzanita Lake is located approximately an hour's drive from the Intermountain Area. The park contains 150 miles of foot trails and over 50 back country lakes and streams. The Manzanita Lake and southwest entrances provide access to areas for ski touring, snow play and snowshoeing. The Lassen Park Road is closed between the southwest entrance and Manzanita Lake from late October to late May. Admission is charged.

Fall River Valley Golf Club
-a superb 18- hole, 4 1/2 star, championship golf course in Fall River Valley. Facilities include an informal restaurant, clubhouse, proshop, practice driving range and putting green. Open fiom March through November, the course is extremely popular and it is wise to reserve tee times two weeks in advance (530) 335-5555.
A few of the places to stay in and around the Burney area.


37448 Main Street, Burney
(530) 335-4500    AAA Approved
Ten modem units including kitchenettes, two family suites, queen, full and twin size beds, cable TV, refrigerators, BBQ area. Room for RV's and boats.


37363 Main Street, Burney
For Reservation Call 530.335.2254
AAA Approved
Located in the heart of hunting & fishing country


37385 Main Street, Burney

For Reservations Call
AAA Approved

Shasta Pines

37386 Main Street, Burney

(530) 335-2201 AAA Approved
13  king and queen suites and 17  rooms - TV

Refrigerators -  Microwaves - Phones -  Modem Connection, Heated pool -
Free Indoor Jacuzzi, and Sauna .

Clearwater Lodge on the Pit River

(530) 336-5005
  “Seasonal” May-Oct.

Built in the 1920's. Located between Burney and Fall River Mills. Lodge rooms, 2 & 3 bedrooms, billiard room, three furnished vacation houses unique gift shop, and restaurant.


15565 Black Angus Lane
Hat Creek, CA, 95040
(530) 335-7418
Cabins sleep 4 with 1 double bed and twin sized bunk beds.  Fully plumbed and has Microwave, refrigerator, and satellite TV.  Bedding and linens are supplied.
24860 Main Street
Fall River Mills, CA 96028
(530) 336-5550
Built in 1935, and located on a quiet street two blocks off the main highway, the Fall River Hotel is within walking distance of local merchants, and senic views along the
Pit River, and Fall River. The Hotel has 17 rooms, each decorated with antique furniture, handmade quilts, and Victorian lampshades. They also have a 20" stereo TV for your entertainment.
More Information about the Intermountain area, Attractions, etc.
Serving the  North Eastern California communities of Burney,
Johnson Park, Cassel, Hat Creek, Old Station, Montgomery Creek,
Round Mountain, and Big Bend
P.O. BOX 36     BURNEY, CA. 96013
(530) 335-2111