Mission Statement

The mission of McCloud Millworks is to provide a site and administrative structure to attract sustainable, environmentally sound and profitable activity to McCloud. This property can become a showcase of economic redevelopment and environmental responsibility.

Our goal is to create a development plan that protects historic and beautiful structures, and develops sustainable businesses.

McCloud Millwork’s was bought by McCloud Partners in 2014. The ownership group is made up of investors with deep ties to McCloud who care about the community and the future of the property.  We are a diverse group with experiences in multiple fields and different industries. We bring that wealth of knowledge to this project.

McCloud in the News

Recently named one of the Best 15 Small Towns for peace and quiet, McCloud is rich with history and is a four season destination.  McCloud is filled with points of interest and activities ranging from the Mt. Shasta Ski Park, Lake McCloud, Lake Shasta, Lake Siskiyou, world-class fishing on the McCloud River, as well as first-rate hiking and biking trails.

To find more events in McCloud, check out McCloud Commerce Events.

Site Information

The site is 278 acres, zoned MH-1 heavy industrial. There are 6 separate level parcels and 300,000 square feet of space in dozens of structures. There is also California’s largest wood building which is 106,000 square feet located near the main entrance of the site.

On site, there is access to one billion-gallons per year water rights and municipal spring water with a non-chlorinated system.


We are looking for businesses who want to locate in McCloud.

The site will be a diversified mix of environmentally and economically sustainable enterprises which will range in size from small startups to established companies.

These businesses can repurpose existing buildings or design and build from the ground up.

McCloud Millworks is managed by McCloud Partners

Bruce Berlinger, Linda Berlinger, and David Lundgren Founders of McCloud Partners