NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Tourism Recreation & Hospitality Council

Lake Davis

Lake DavisLake Davis is well known for excellent trophy trout fishing and camping, hiking, and for viewing wildlife and spring wildflowers. Situated at 5,775 feet, Lake Davis has approximately 32 miles of shoreline. Lake Davis is open to all types of boating but water skiing and jet skiing are not permitted.

There are also ample quiet roadways popular with bicyclists. During winter, these routes provide great terrain for skiers, snowshoers and snowmobilers. Annual events, including an Ice fishing derby, a snowmobile poker run and sled dog races during the winter, and the Lake Davis Fishing Derby in the summer are popular.

 

 

 

Cabins/Cottages/Resorts

Lake Davis Resort
Lake Davis Road
Portola

(530) 832-1060
http://www.lakedavisresort.com/


A quarter mile from the dam at the south end of Lake Davis

4 cabins, 8 motel rooms
suite with optional spa
fridges/microwaves, coffeemakers, TVs,
open all year, no pets,
picnic area, credit cards ok

Average rates: Cabins: $98 to $192/night
Motel rooms: $67 to $86/night

Hotels/Motels

Lake Davis Resort
Lake Davis Road
Portola

(530) 832-1060
http://www.lakedavisresort.com/


A quarter mile from the dam at the south end of Lake Davis

4 cabins, 8 motel rooms
suite with optional spa
fridges/microwaves, coffeemakers, TVs,
open all year, no pets,
picnic area, credit cards ok

Average rates: Cabins: $98 to $192/night
Motel rooms: $67 to $86/night

Plumas County

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