Out Livin’ is a business that provides adventure glamping options within the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. We immerse our customers in pristine mountain environments that they might otherwise be unaware of, or in areas that aren’t typically accessible - until now!
Strategically located outside of town, we create a cozy and care-free atmosphere ideal for enjoying the company of friends and family, catching up on some self care, immersing yourself in the pristine mountain forest around you, or just getting some much needed R&R. Our campsites help facilitate a disconnection from life’s daily struggles, thus allowing more time to focus on the important things in life that are often ignored - like family relationships, friendships, and one’s personal health and wellbeing.
We provide unique experiences in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest as opposed to within city limits, while offering great customer service and firsthand knowledge of the area. Not to mention we are 100% hands on!
We are locals of the greater Mount Shasta region. This is where we met and fell in love while exploring and adventuring in the area. Our passion and love for the area is part of who we are and we're very pleased to share our experiences with others. We view camping as a great way to get back in touch with and appreciate nature, while creating lifelong memories and bonds. Inspired by our studies, history and wildlife biology, research, life, and work experiences, we have returned home to give back to the community we grew up in.
This business operates under special use permit with the Shasta-Trinity National Forest
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