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Set near the American River Canyon in Coloma, California, this riverfront cabin comes set with a full-size kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom and roomy living quarters. There is a veranda with a view of the river, a queen-size bed in the bedroom and a queen-size sofa bed in the living room. Guests will enjoy having a refrigerator, a two-burner stove top, a microwave, a coffee pot and a toaster. Inside, guests will have pots, pans, utensils, dishes, and flatware. Furthermore, guests will have a propane barbecue on the veranda, free Wi-Fi, and a fire pit.
Facilities include play areas, free hot showers, fire pits, and picnic tables. Guests will also have Wi-Fi connection and parking on site. Additional features include a veranda with a view of the river and a propane barbecue. Guests are advised to bring queen-size sheets, pillowcases, towels, and toiletries to this glamping accommodation.
There is a swimming pool available. It is subject to weather conditions and maintenance requirements and open from Memorial Day through September 30th.
The hosts private and public events of all sorts. Weddings and receptions are spectacular here. Organizations and groups have held retreats, banquets, educational camps, reunions, mini-conferences and other types of gatherings. Outdoor event options include open multi-use spaces, as well as a kitchen and a picnic area.
This property is located on 30 wooded riverfront acres on the South Fork American River in Coloma, CA. This well-preserved whitewater river offers tranquil views and is a pristine escape outside of the hectic city. Known for being the site of the biggest gold rush in history, the American River valley also provides a small glimpse into American history in the 1900s. Conservation programs have also maintained this area's surrounding vibrant wildlife, making this location an especially memorable place for family vacations and group getaways.
Each season offers its own appeal at this property. Nevertheless, guests will always find an activity when staying here. Summer months are the busiest, offering plenty of water sports, hiking, biking and wildlife viewing. Guests can go whitewater rafting or enjoy a quiet kayaking trip along banks of the river. In the fall, guests can enjoy trips to local wineries including David Girard Vineyards or taste local olive oil at the Gold Hill Olive Company. Head to surrounding historical towns like Placerville and Lotus or take day trips to both the Folsom Lake and Lake Tahoe. The resort is open year-round, as well as the surrounding region with all of its history, attractions, arts events, wineries, restaurants, and one-of-a-kind shops—all within a short distance from the site.
There is a 10% transient occupancy tax that applies to the river cabins only. Rates are based on a two-person minimum. Due to size, some cabins may require a higher minimum occupancy. There is no charge for a maximum of two children under three years old in each campsite.
Pets are not allowed.
Groups of 12 or more are asked to contact the host for more information.