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Five rustic cabins sit on the water's edge of the lake while three sit nestled in the trees. Cabins vary in size, sleeping from two to eight guests.
Caribou Café and Store
Laundry, Bathroom, and Showers
Enjoy the outstanding views and tranquil atmosphere at Butt Valley Reservoir when you set up camp at Cool Springs Campground in Northern California.
The Dorado Inn is a waterfront boutique resort, retreat and healing center located on the east shore of Lake Almanor, California.
Wonderful Lake Almanor Cabin on a deep water parcel with gently sloped lawn to sandy beach, waters edge, and dock.
Greenhorn Ranch is a premier guest ranch in California’s Northern Sierra offering traditional & contemporary ranch activities.
Unrivaled privacy on 5 acres of river. Wake up to coffee on the deck listening to the river, birds and basking in the morning sun.
Quaint, beautiful, family-friendly and pet friendly cottages in the Feather River Canyon with access to the Feather River.
Beautiful resort along the shores of Lake Almanor. We offer a wide range of amenities including; cabins and rooms, an RV park, and a marina.
Full hook-up RV spaces located in downtown Quincy along the beautiful Feather River quietly amongst the riverbank and tress.
Rocky Point is a PG&E operated Campground Located on the West Shore of Lake Almanor just North of Canyon Dam
Lakefront home set in a quiet cove with a private dock.
Lakefront cabin, sleeps 12, near historic Hamilton Branch Powerhouse.
Lakefront condominium on the Lake Almanor Peninsula with boat slip.
Experience glamping in the Lost Sierra! Our spacious sites and safari-style tents offer the perfect place to rest, renew, and reconnect!
A family owned/operated resort since 1928, featuring 9 cabins, 25 RV sites, marina, cafe and a commitment to providing an amazing vacation experience
We acknowledge that Plumas County is on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Mountain Maidu.
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