Dog-friendly Sardine Lake Resort

Sardine Lake Resort

990 Sardine Lake Rd.
Sierra City, California 96125
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Local Phone: (530) 862-1196

Sardine Lake Resort is a small, family-run business started in 1941. It is located on Lower Sardine Lake, at the base of the Sierra Buttes in the Lakes Basin area of the Tahoe National Forest. The cabins generally rent by the week, Saturday to Saturday.

The resort includes nine, full-housekeeping log cabins ranging from one-room to our larger two-bedroom cabins.

The Lodge is open daily for boat rentals, tackle and bait, coffee, off-sale beer and cold drinks until the dinner hour.

The lake gazebo opens full bar service at 5 p.m. with dinner seatings at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. by reservation (dining room is closed on Monday and Tuesday nights).

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Maximum number allowed: 3
  • Cost per dog: $20 (or 70 per week) Per Night
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Over 50%

Lakes Basin Recreation Area - Photo Credit: @cmalexander
Lakes Basin Recreation Area - Photo Credit: @cmalexander
Cabin resorts—some rustic, some luxurious—have been hosting High Sierra vacationers for a century, and many are so popular in summer they can only be booked in blocks of a week or more. Come September, however, reservations open up, minimum-stay requirements are reduced and opportunity beckons. We’re partial to those in the uncrowded Lakes Basin Recreation Area straddling Sierra and Plumas counties about 50 miles northwest of Truckee. more »
Exploring the Sierra Buttes. Photo Credit: @theadventuresofbeezus
Exploring the Sierra Buttes. Photo Credit: @theadventuresofbeezus
Looking for somewhere cool (in more ways than one) for you and your dog to collect yourselves this summer? The Lakes Basin Recreation Area straddles Plumas and Sierra counties about 70 miles north of Lake Tahoe. It's truly a land of lakes, with more than four dozen pools of blue scattered in granite-strewn, glacier-carved landscapes laced with hundreds of miles of dog-friendly hiking trails. more »
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