Sierra Streamside Cabins

Sierra Streamside Cabins

21792 California State Highway 49
Downieville, California 95936
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Reservation Phone: (530) 289-3379
Local Phone: (530) 289-3379

Six cabins ranging in size from one bedroom to the five bedroom "Big House." All are completely furnished and come with fully stocked kitchens, towels, sheets, etc. All cabins are within 40 feet of the river. Pet deposit is fully refundable providing the furnishings aren't chewed up!

Comment from the management: "We love to have friendly dogs on the property. We often travel with our own four Golden Retrievers so we appreciate dog friendly venues and management. The North Yuba River flows through the property giving dogs and their owners a great opportunity to swim together."

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: pit bulls
  • Refundable Deposit: $50 for cabins

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags
  • Dining/water bowls
  • Special treats
  • Dog-friendly hiking/activity/attractions guide/listings at front desk

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 »
Downieville, California <br/> Photo Credit: @bernies_best
Downieville, California
Photo Credit: @bernies_best
Historic Highway 49 in the north starts in the Sierra County town of Vinton and winds south through a mountainous region where the rivers still run free. Even during the summer high season, this county of fewer than 4,000 souls is off the beaten track for most visitors. In fall, it can feel like your own private realm. Set up basecamp in Downieville, a Gold-Rush town on the Yuba River, and prepare to be charmed. 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 »
Photo Credit: snot_posse (CC)
Photo Credit: snot_posse (CC)
Do you like to fish, hike, get away from it all? Plan a spring getaway to Downieville, a historic community set amidst some of the most gorgeous scenery in the Northern California. You’ll beat the summer rush and revel in peaceful, scenic surroundings, often with the soothing sound of the North Yuba River as a backdrop. more »
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