to the Yuba River Inn
are open and taking summer
than 80 Years in Business!
Open All Year For Your Enjoyment
AERIAL VIEW, CLICK HERE
Complimentary WiFi deck for our customers.
Take the airborne video tour of both our
Idle Hours decks!
We'll even guide you to the lower deck
with a nearly 3 minute walking tour.
If you're looking
for that warm, country feeling, a beautiful
view of the Sierra Buttes and the great
mountain spirit of the Sierras, you'll
find it all here. Come and stay with
us and slip right into the sierras.
See why second and third generations
of families continue to enjoy the grounds
and cabins! The Yuba River Inn has
been in business for more than 70 years
and is open all year round. We are
located one half mile east of the historic
gold town of Sierra City at the fork
of Wild Plum Road and historic Highway
49. Truly at the foot of the Sierras,
you'll enjoy the fresh pine-scented
air and the kaleidoscope of colors
on our one-third mile private river
frontage, or just relax while enjoying
the natural beauty of the mountains.
Because our cabins are
not visible from the highway, we invite
you to stop by our office, pick up a
brochure, and request a tour of our more
than 22 acres of grounds.
FOR YOUR BUCK!
Over the past 30 years,
the cabins have been continually maintained
and upgraded for your enjoyment. Once
you are checked in, we do not bother
you! Enjoy the peaceful serenity of the
property with its cabins distributed
to insure privacy throughout the acreage.
The Yuba River Inn is really a place
where you can ‘check out’ from
the rat race! No people noise, no phones,
no street noise! Take a leisurely walk
to the Yuba River on cleared and gentle
trails and enjoy the views and sounds
of nature along the way. Or, you can
take a short walk and enjoy the local
establishments in Sierra City.
During your stay, please
stop by the office and let one of us
know if we can be of assistance in any
way. One of the longest business residents
in the area, we are well equipped to
give you area information for hiking,
bird watching, gold panning, fishing,
and horseback riding. Please do not hesitate
to ask! An array of books with area information
is also available for your use.
If you're planning to
visit the Sierras during the winter months,
please call us or CalTrans for road conditions.
Mountain weather can be quite severe
and 4-wheel drive vehicles are strongly
CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS:
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PET FRIENDLY? YES,
the comfort and enjoyment of our guests
is our first priority. We welcome well-behaved
dogs who are leashed and accompanied
by their owners. At no time are dogs
to be left unattended in cabins, or in
your vehicle – not fair to the
dog, not fair to our guests. There is
an additional nightly fee per dog, 2
Rich & Kathy, Big
City Run 2016
Kathy works at Sacramento Vintage