Welcome to Lassen National Park! Lassen National Park Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels near the National Park. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Book securely online for great rates on hotels near Lassen National Park!

>About Lassen National Park

Lassen National Park Hotel Maps

Holiday Inn Chico, CA
685 Manzanita Court
Chico, CA 95926

Best Western Rose Quartz Inn
306 Main Street
Chester, CA 96020

Comfort Inn Central
5475 Clark Road
Paradise, CA US 95969

Paradise Inn Motel
5423 Skyway
Paradise, CA 95969 US

Best Western Heritage Inn Chic
25 Heritage Lane
Chico, CA 95926 US

Super 8 Chico
655 Manzanita Court
Chico, CA 95926 US

Safari Inn
2352 Esplanade
McCloud, CA US 95926

Hotels Near Paradise, CA

Hotels Near Chico, CA

Hotels Near Redding, CA

...More Hotels

Local Information

> Lassen National Park Hotels
Find hotels near Lassen National Park!
> Attractions in the National Park
Check out the attractions in Colorado!
> Getting to the Lassen National Park
Essential transportation information.
> Shopping
A guide to local shopping
> Special events
What's going on nearby
> Customer Service
Need help with your travel plans?
> Meeting Planning
Need help with planning your meeting?

About Lassen National Park

Lassen National Park is located in the Cascade Range in the northern edge of California and intersects with the Sierra Nevadas and the Great Basin Desert. Lassen Peak last erupted in 1914. It is filled with hydrothermal activity, which includes bubbling mudpots and hot springs.

Lassen Peak is considered a living example of the future of Mt. St. Helens where one can see meadows, forests, lakes, and wildlife returning to the site of a volcanic eruption.

The park is among the oldest parks established under the National Park System and because of the remote location, a mere 400,000 people visit Lassen each year.

Lassen Peak was named after Peter Lassen. Lassen, along with fellow explorer, William Nobles, were developing pioneer trails to open another route to California in the mid-1800s. Lassen wished to create a town at the base of the peak, but it never materialized. Instead, this area remained a passing through point. The extreme elevation and unpredictable weather kept it from becoming a civilized area.

The park is a perfect place for stargazing since it is one of the last places with an abundance of natural darkness. Park Rangers host starry night programs during the summer months in nature's observatory. This natural planetarium is perfect for both amateur and professional sky watchers.

The hiking trails take you along the devastated area of the last eruption, the hydrothermal areas, along mountain lakes of the deepest blues and go over peaks that test the climbing ability of the hiker. These trails spread out over 150 miles and range from easy to extreme, so hikers should know their limitations.

In addition, there are several camping areas and the park hosts festivals and events for the public.

Lassen National Park can also be experienced by car on the 30-mile paved road that winds through the park past all major viewing points.

Lassen is open year-round, but weather closes most of the roads during the winter.