With most of the comforts of home, our cabin offers a small kitchen with gas stove and oven, refrigerator and microwave oven. A large living area accommodates a queen-size bed and queen-size futon. And the 'necessity' room provides a warm, relaxing shower. But the best part is the location of the cabin - right next to the river's edge. Hang out and read a book on the side porch, or pull out that fishing line - you've got the ultimate spot. Cabin pricing accommodates two people, but can sleep up to four for a small additional charge. Well-mannered pets may be accommodated for an additional fee, also.
$95 per night for two people
2-night minimum April 15 - November 15
Our RV Park will have you nestled in the heart of the Feather River Canyon and all that's going on. We are located just off Highway 70, with easy access. Our Park offers 18 sites, all with trees and many spots right next to the river. All of our sites offer full hook-ups and several have a picnic table. Come for the weekend or stay for the whole summer!
34 ft. or less - $30 nightly
35 ft. or more - $34 nightly
10% discount after 7 days
We also offer monthly rates
Reservations recommended but not necessary.
CAFE STORE RV PARK CABIN S'MORE FUN!!
You'll be surprised by how much is packed inside our little store! We are quite proud of our inventory, with a little bit of anything and everything you might need. Personal items and first aid needs. Vital camping utensils you may have forgotten. Batteries. Automotive items. Fishing gear. Gift items. And, of course, food items: snacks, soda, beer, ice cream and ice. Come check us out and see what you can find!
And while you're there, you may want to stay and have a meal in our café. We offer breakfast and lunch. Start your day off with buttermilk biscuits and sausage gravy, giant pancakes or cinnamon French toast. For lunch we offer sandwiches and boast the best burgers in the Feather River Canyon. Treat yourself to one of our 'famous' shakes. We are known up and down the Pacific Crest Trail for having the best shakes on the trail - and all those hikers can't be wrong!