Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway
Come travel the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway. All American Road in southern Oregon and northern California.
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Home > Regions > McCloud & Burney

The Waterfalls Region of McCloud and Burney offers a drive filled with gorgeous pines, quiet surroundings, fishing, and beautiful waterfalls.

The McCloud Waterfalls offer opportunities for hikes and beautiful views at three distinct waterfalls-the lower falls, the middle falls and the upper falls. Rich in History, McCloud is a charming town that offers everything from luxury accomodations and fine dining to camping and picnicking.

Burney is home to what President Theodore Roosevelt called "the eighth wonder of the world", McArthur-Burney Falls State Park.

Surrounded by timeless beauty, Burney is a gateway for endless fun and a great vacation spot for young and old alike.

Follow the links below for detailed information on Waterfalls portion of the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway:

The Burney Chamber of Commerce
530-335-2111

The McCloud Chamber of Commerce
530-964-3113

McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park
530-335-2777


Click to return to the Waterfalls Region of McCloud and Burney Information page

Click for the Mount Shasta Region to the north

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Contact
Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway
P.O. Box 832
Mount Shasta, CA 96067 USA

For California: 1-800-474-2782
For Oregon: 1-800-445-6728
volcaniclegacybyway.org is the Official Website for The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway All-American Road in California and Oregon. Visit Byways.org, the National Byways website from the Federal Highway Administration.