*Swimming pools and poolside grill are open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. They are close from September through May.
Commune with nature in the historic Pine Grove Cobb Resort, nestled in 30 acres of the Northern California Mountains. Take a walk through the property, dip your toes in the year-round Kelsey Creek or cool off in the spring-fed, non-chlorinated pool (open during the summer season only). Make your own wood-fired pizza & other yummy treats from our brand new outdoor cob oven, or enjoy a cozy evening with family & friends around the large fire pit. (The cob oven and fire pit available first-come, first-serve basis and with rsvp)
During the summer season (generally Memorial Day through Labor Day), the resort features a non-chlorinated spring-fed pool, as well as a large chlorinated swimming pool complete with diving board, water-slide and 2 kiddie pools. Also during the summer, the resort also offers delicious food at the poolside grill & a community fire pit for night time gatherings.
We have cabins, glamping & tent camping available - as well as our new Sanctuary Treehouse.
About this Cabin: For the nature escape that truly inspires, the Pine Grove Cobb Resort offers the ultimate experience. The enchanting silence of the California forest combined with the awe-inspiring view of Kelsey Creek provide a perfect setting of peace and serenity. This beautiful newly remodeled, two bedroom, rustic cabin at Pine Grove includes a full kitchen & bathroom. Enjoy the sights & sounds of beautiful Kelsey Creek as you enjoy the redwood deck with picnic table. *Please bring your own linens and towels.
Weekend stays require a 2 night minimum. Pine Grove Resort can occasionally accommodate last minute, one night weekend guests. Please inquire.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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We had a lovely stay in the 2 bedroom cabin, perfect for 4 people. We enjoyed cooking our meals in the full equipped kitchen, charcoal grill, and eating on the table patio. The pool was refreshing on a hot Summer day, and the grassy knoll was perfect for laying out and reading. The cabin has a modern bathroom and was very clean. I would highly recommend staying at Pine Grove Resort! We also enjoying exploring wineries on the drive from SF :)
Cabin #5 was spacious, clean, and modern. It is situated next to a lovely babbling brook. There are other cabins/houses nearby, on both sides of the creek, but it's pretty quiet. The kitchen was well-stocked with new Ikea pots, dishes, and utensils. The beds were comfortable, and although you bring your own sheets and towels (and we were told we should bring our own blankets), there are pillows, blankets, a dishtowel, and a bath mat supplied with the house. Although we didn't need it, there was a wood-burning oven and wood. A porch with built-in benches was lovely to sit on, and it had both covered and uncovered portions. There was a nice charcoal grill outside as well (bring your own charcoal and chimney/lighter).
The cabin is within a "resort" with some longer-term residents. The pools are unheated, but clean and spacious, with a water slide and enclosed kiddie pools. There are chairs and benches and shade near the pool, as well as a volleyball court and a truly delicious grill serving a great variety of food and drinks. There is a cool "fire pit" with a built-in pizza oven (complete with peel) which we used for s'mores one night. There was plentiful wood.
It's a short drive to a nearby market that had a good selection of produce and everything else we needed (charcoal and a chimney for starting the charcoal).
Joe and other staff were very responsive, communicative, friendly, and helpful throughout.
We encountered nothing unpleasant at Pine Grove except for some meat-eating yellowjackets (which are actually a kind of wasp). They don't tend to sting, but the kids were alarmed by them, and they did swarm around the burgers we cooked on our grill.
If you or your kids get car sick, be warned that the roads leading to Pine Grove are unavoidably twisty (but very pretty).
Great place to bring kids. It's certainly not urban, but more of a camping resort like a KOA than a woodsy camping experience.