Plumas County Lodging by Type
We are OPEN and pleased to safely welcome you back to Plumas County!
All of our lodging facilities are open and ready to welcome you to the area. Avoid the crowds, take in the fresh mountain air, and enjoy our many hiking and Mt. biking trails, local swimming holes, miles of wild and scenic river, choice of over 100 lakes, great fishing, and relaxing in the scenic Northern Sierra's.
Please visit the individual websites of our lodging providers for specific details and to book direct.
Plumas County offers everything from rustic cabins, smaller hotels, resorts, amazing vacation rentals of all sizes, historic lodges, guest ranches, bed and breakfasts, and Inns. If you have never been to Plumas County, please consider staying at a variety of locations within the region.
Please click on any of the types of lodging below: Choose a cabin or cottage, a motel or hotel, a vacation home, bed and breakfast inn or a guest ranch.
We want to help make your travel plans a little easier, and give you the confidence to make Plumas County your choice of destination this summer. From safety guidelines and restrictions, to best practices and what's open, we've got the info you need for your next Northern California adventure.
- Safety is very important to our local communities. If you are sick please stay home. Please contact your lodging provider to re-schedule your visit.
- Face coverings are required in all businesses including retail stores, restaurants, and in public areas where social distancing cannot be kept. Please be advised, face coverings are not required during outdoor activity if social distancing can be maintained.
- Social Distancing is required in public areas and within businesses with those not from your household. In stores and public areas, 6 feet social distancing. Please remember that many businesses are adding additional safety measures to protect their staff and their customers. When visiting a business or point of interest, please be mindful and compliant with their specific safety guidelines. Examples may include but are not limited to use of hand sanitizer before entry and a limited number of guests or customers admitted. Business owners want you to have a safe and memorable visit to Plumas County.
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