Everything you need
Please know that we have a manager who lives off site. There is a 3-day, 2 night minimum stay requirement where you can enjoy one or both sides of the Shacks. Each side is designed to accommodate no more than 5 people. The space is limited because the septic system is limited. Our back yard neighbor, your Uncle Sam, is fussy about this. He asks that if more people come to the Shacks, a special charge is added to address the added use to the septic system, which is probably older than anyone using it.
We recommend bringing another family with you. That way, you will already know your neighbor on the deck. It might also be wise to bring someone you like instead of Ole Uncle Charlie.
If there are any problems, all you need do is call and we will remedy the problem as soon as possible. (We haven’t had problems so we hope we can remedy them).
Each side of the Shacks is designed for a family of five (maybe six) and a friendly neighbor. The emphasis is on the word “family” We expect you to be considerate, refrain from language that you don’t want your kids to hear including yelling, drunkenness and debauchery. If you have to look that word up, that is a good thing because you probably don’t howl at the moon, run naked through the berry bushes or cause trouble. If your plan is peaceful enjoyment and swimming, come on by. If debauchery is your plan, we suggest San Francisco.
Most of our guests are return folks who have been here in the past. If you are new, please stop by next door (to the north—there is nothing to the south except Uncle Sam’s property) and introduce yourself, we are the owners. If you need anything, anything at all, just let us or our manager know. We believe in being good neighbors and share what we have with you.
Boating ramps are about 2 miles in either direction depending on water level. (Antler’s Public or Sugarloaf) You can park your boat in front of the duplex, or, if you have a really hot boat, you can park it behind the garage and admire it while you are having a BBQ. Please don’t park the boat directly behind the deck because the leach field is back there.
Each unit is equipped with horseshoes, volleyballs and badminton set-ups. The net is behind the deck. We ask that you DO NOT BBQ on the deck as you might become the BBQ.
Finally, we love Lake Shasta and every nook and cranny. If you have any questions, call, write or yell “howdy”.