2022 Rates & Reservations
Stay in our Guest Suites:
• $395 per day/per angler (3 night minimum) *
• $175 per day (non-angler) *
(* plus $7 per night County Occupancy Tax)
Book the entire Lodge:
• $2,400 per night (3 night minimum) for up to 8 guests.
• Meals are not included (we are happy to help make arrangements for a chef if desired)
• The entire ranch is yours, there will be no other guests on the property.
Included in your ranch package at Antelope Creek Ranch are accommodations and access to all the ranch facilities for the anglers.
Not included in your ranch package at Antelope Creek Ranch are fishing license, waders, rods/reels, and terminal tackle (flies, tippet, etc.) These items are not available at the ranch, so you’ll want to bring your tackle and equipment with you, and plan on purchasing your California Fishing License ahead of time.
The Fly Shop® is not in the insurance business, but we recommend Travel Guard (AIG) and Global Rescue (IMG) coverage as a service with a desire to see your best interests protected. It is impossible to know when an unfortunate situation (loss of luggage, fly rods, illness in the family, or an accident) may occur. However, such things can and do happen, and this insurance can provide a means of recourse against non-refundable financial losses.
• Travel Insurance Information
Non-fishing companions have the run of the entire ranch and as much of the surrounding countryside as they'd like to cover for hiking and relaxing. There are three superb golf courses (Mount Shasta Resort, Shastina, and Running Y) less than an hour away in opposite directions, and it is less than an hour to two of the finest bird watching areas in the Pacific flyway (Meiss Lake Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuges). Herds of antelope dot the nearby National Grasslands, and the wonders of both the Lava Beds National Monument and the surrounding Klamath National Forest are too numerous to list. Other non-angling guests may simply choose to relax in their room, on the patio, or yield to the temptation of the always inviting streamside hammock.