Recently Mentioned in the Press
Aboard rented houseboats, vacationers take to the water at a safe distance
A jumping-off point for adventure: Houseboats allow travelers both mobility and privacy.
Click to read the Washington Post article by Elizabeth Heath
Here are a few questions we get asked frequently for publications. Feel free to use these quotes in your publication.
1. Full name as you would like it to appear in the paper and job title, or owner and business name.
Howard Weinberg, CEO of Bridge Bay at Shasta Lake
2. Why does houseboating make a good summer vacation?
Houseboating is the quintessential “Americana” vacation. It allows us to travel back to simpler times when an outdoor vacation was not interrupted by the technology of today’s world. Houseboating is camping on the water. At Shasta lake, in particular, you can depart from Bridge Bay marina on a houseboat that comfortably sleeps 10 people – and then cruise up one of the arms of Shasta Lake to a cove, where you can dock on the shore and spend several days enjoying Shasta Lake and the Shasta/Trinity National Forest.
There are over 300 miles of shoreline on Shasta Lake, and each houseboat can find a private cove to be alone.
The days are spent enjoying the water with ski boats, water skiing, wake boarding, rafting, stand Up Paddle Board, Jet skis, swimming. Fishing is a big pastime as well.
Families can come together and spend time connected in a way not possible in the city. We market the time on Shasta Lake with phrases such as Disconnect to Reconnect and Unplug to Recharge. We believe that families can really reclaim the special bonds of parent-child and siblings amongst themselves when there is little to do but recreate, play board games, read, watch the stars, sit by a campfire – and generally enjoy the lake.