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Plumas County Lodging

Rustic cabins and vintage cottages clustered along the scenic Feather River for roughing it. Hotels, condo’s or resorts for those who want a bit more. Plumas County has plenty of places to stay depending upon your preferences of destination, budget, amenities and attitude.

Explore Dining

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Dining in Plumas County just might surprise you. With so many options, this complete list of restaurants will help you find dining anywhere. From one region of the county to the next, this dining guide is designed to help you break into the culinary scene of Plumas County.

Explore the Area

Plumas National Forest

Plumas County is the place where wilderness is untouched. Natural beauty is etched in the snow-capped peaks and towering pines. It is a four-season travel destination with fresh mountain air to invigorate you, and pristine, blue waters to refresh you.


Bartell's Backroads Features Ice harvesting: California's lost industry

May 24, 2019 {tag_location}

Before refrigeration, ice harvesters worked on the frozen lakes of the Sierra, bringing back blocks of crystal cold to help people keep their food from spoiling.

East Bay Times Discovers Graeagle

May 22, 2019 {tag_location}

A recent weekend getaway brought the East Bay Times to Graeagle’s Chalet View Lodge, where the guest rooms offer picturesque views.

Genesee Store and Palmaz Vineyard Highlight Farmers

May 25, 2019 {tag_location}

This magical setting begins with engagement of our community farmers, ranchers, and artisans who provide the ingredients and inspiration for our culinary direction.

JamBase Features High Sierra Music Festival Lineup Additions

May 28, 2019 {tag_location}

Organizers of the 29th annual event revealed the third round of the 2019 High Sierra lineup, which includes Dispatch, Steel Pulse and Manic Focus.

Sunset Magazine Features Road Trip Pic with Plumas County Dog

May 20, 2019 {tag_location}

50 adorable dogs on vacation, these top reader shots celebrate dogs’ free spirits, not to mention the beauty of the West.


La Porte

Steeped in ski race history, La Porte was home to the first downhill ski races in the 1860s. This little historic town is tucked away in the Plumas National Forest and offers quaint lodging options.


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