Dog-friendly Inn Town Campground

Inn Town Campground

Bodie at Inn Town Campground <br/> Photo Credit: Janet Fullwood
Bodie at Inn Town Campground
Photo Credit: Janet Fullwood

9 Kidder Ct.
Nevada City, California 95959
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Local Phone: (530) 265-9900
E-mail: Info@InnTownCampground.com

Located just minutes from downtown Nevada City, Inn Town Campground is located on a historic 15- acre site, just under two miles from downtown Nevada City.

Tents:

Pitch your tent, hang out with friends, sleep under the trees. Tent sites have all of the feel of a State Park or National Forest, but all of the convenience of urban camping. Sleep in the forest, go out for dinner in town!

Dogs welcome, extra fee of $5 per dog, 2 dogs max per campsite.

Glamping:

Want to go camping, but enjoy the comforts of a real bed? Check out the Inn Town Campground glamping tents. These cozy tents offer electricity, comfy mattresses, fresh linens, side tables, private porches / balconies and outdoor seating.

Dogs are welcome in tents 1-8, an additional dog fee will be added to your reservation at checkout, no more than 2 dogs per tent.

RV:

The Inn Town Campground has a variety of RV spaces to meet your needs. Individual sites vary from large to small, from sunny to shady, from pull-through to back-in.

Tents and RV Dog-friendly Policies:

• Cost per Dog: $5/night, Max dogs allowed: 2

Glamping Dog-friendly Policies:

• Cost per Dog: $20/night, Max dogs allowed: 2
• There is a $100 fine for any unattended dogs in glamping tents

Property amenities:

  • Full hookups: 14
  • Tenters welcome
  • Pull-through available
  • Picnic tables

Glamping - Photo Credit: AutoCamp
Glamping - Photo Credit: AutoCamp
Vintage travel-trailers, “glamping” tents and luxury yurts are part of an outdoorsy trend that is spreading all up and down California. For those who want to be close to nature but not have to wrestle with tent poles or bunk on the ground, it’s a concept that works. A top player is Auto Camp Airstream Parks, which operates three properties in downtown Santa Barbara; Guerneville in Sonoma County; and Midpines, not far from Yosemite National Park. more »
Photo Credit: @colby_1_kenobi
Photo Credit: @colby_1_kenobi
If pit toilets and DIY tent camping in general aren’t your style, you may find your bliss at one of California’s hundreds of private campgrounds. They range from family-friendly KOAs (Kampgrounds of America), with their swimming pools, playgrounds, camping cabins and dog parks; to luxury “glamping” resorts like AutoCamps in Guerneville and Santa Barbara, where DogTrekkers can overnight in shiny Airstream trailers. And there are many choices in between. more »
Luxury camping cabin - Scott Wallace (CC)
Luxury camping cabin - Scott Wallace (CC)
Maybe you like the idea of camping but don’t own (or care to own) the requisite equipment. Enter “glamping,” a hybrid word referring to rustic-chic, outdoor-oriented lodging that doesn’t involve pitching your own tent. A new player on the scene, Inn Town Campground, just outside the Gold Country town of Nevada City, does it right with a colony of safari-style tents outfitted with electricity, comfy beds, fresh linens, artsy accessories and outdoor seating. more »
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