Lake Almanor Peninsula, CA 96137
- Lake Almanor
DescriptionWelcome to Knotty Pine Resort and Marina on Lake Almanor.
Whether you are planning a weekend getaway or a two week vacation, Knotty Pine Resort and Marina offers you an opportunity to leave the city behind and enjoy the beauty of Lake Almanor and surrounding mountains.
We cater to guests who are seeking an outdoor experience in one of the most beautiful locations of California. Lake Almanor has 52 miles of shoreline. The pristine water is ideal for all types of water sports including water skiing, sailing or fishing. Bring the whole family and rent a pontoon boat for a leisurely day on the lake. Average summer water temperature is 60°F to 70°F.
After you dry off, take in a round of golf, go hiking or visit Lassen Volcanic National Park which is just 35 miles away. Evenings are mild at our elevation of 4,500 ft., and numerous nearby restaurants offer a variety of dining experiences.
We are open year round. So join us for summer sun, beautiful fall colors and winter sports. Before you leave, you’ll surely be planning your next vacation at Knotty Pine Resort and Marina.
Your non-refundable deposit will reserve your rental.
Checks, MasterCard and Visa are accepted.
Take Interstate 5 north to the Hamilton City exit (Hwy. 32). Continue on Hwy. 32 through Chico to Hwy. 36. Go east on Hwy. 36 through Chester to Hwy. A-13. Turn right onto Clifford Dr., turn left onto Big Cove Rd., turn right onto Peninsula Dr. Rooms at 412 is on your left: 412 Peninsula Dr. and Knotty Pine Resort is on the left: 430 Peninsula Dr.
Take Hwy. 395 north to Susanville. Go through Susanville and continue on Hwy. 36 until you reach Hwy. A-13. Turn left onto Hwy. A-13, turn right onto Clifford Dr., turn left onto Big Cove Rd., turn right onto Peninsula Dr. Rooms at 412 is on your left: 412 Peninsula Dr. and Knotty Pine Resort is on the left: 430 Peninsula Dr.
Either take Interstate 5 north and follow the above directions as if coming from Los Angeles, or for a more scenic drive, travel through the Feather River Canyon on Hwy. 70.