Prices for a stay in Burney begin at $94 per night.
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You can find 49 available vacation rentals in Burney.
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Burney is a small town located in northern California. The town is a great vacation spot if you’re looking to explore the outdoors since there are botanical gardens, parks, and caves.
Things to Do in Burney
Burney is home McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, which is the second oldest state park in California. The park features Burney Falls, which is a 129-foot waterfall, and 910 acres of forest. You can rent a paddleboat, motorboat, canoe, and more to explore the lake. While in Burney you can also visit the nearby Turtle Bay Exploration Park, which has botanical gardens and a wildlife center. Another popular attraction is taking a tour of the Lake Shasta Caverns, which includes a boat ride and a guided tour through the caves. For dinner, there are several restaurant options right along the main road. For seafood and cocktails, have dinner at The Rex Club. For Chinese Food, try out Dragon Palace.
Day Trips Near Burney
Take a day trip to the beautiful Lassen National Forest, which is located in Susanville, California and is about an hour drive from Burney. In Lassen National Forest you can go hiking, sledding down Eskimo Hill, camping in Legacy Campground, or have a picnic by Hat Creek. If you want to take a day trip to some of the larger cities in California, such as Sacramento and San Francisco, you will have to drive a little further. Sacramento is just over a three-hour drive from Burney. See over 140 animals in the Sacramento Zoo, walk around Old Sacramento, or view over 15,000 pieces of art in the Crocker Art Museum. You can also take a day trip to San Francisco, which is about a four hour and 20 minute drive. See the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, stroll around Union Square, or hike up to Twin Peaks to see beautiful views of downtown.
Stay in a cozy cottage with your own 10 acres of land. Some cottages are available for longer term rentals if you’re looking to visit for a few months. There are also a few hotels in Burney, such as Burney Falls Lodging, Charm Motel & Suites, and Green Gables Motel & Suites. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Burney vacation rental today!
Transportation in Burney
You can ride the Burney Express, which is a part of the Redding Area Bus Authority. The bus schedule includes three round trips Monday through Friday between Burney and Redding. If you are looking to rent a car, Budget Car Rental and Enterprise Rent-A-Car both have offices in Burney. Renting a car is a more convenient option since there is a limited amount of public transportation in this rural area. Renting a car is also the best option if you are planning to go on day trips.