Come stay in one of River Haven's tent cabins. Each cabin has a blue roof and windows, tables, WiFi, rugs, comfortable queen beds and cozy blankets, and incredible views of large maple trees and greenery, the flower garden and the forested hillside.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We have world class premier mountain bike trails accessible from the top of my driveway. The Downieville downhill and cross cou...Read more
Early spring kayaking can be started from the swimming hole in the backyard that’s on the north fork of the Yuba river. A 15 mi...Read more
There’s trout fishing accessible from my private trail in the backyard flyfishing up or down river is very beautiful.
In the lake basin area 15 minutes from town there are extensive hiking trails. As well as in my backyard along the river.
There is Gold Lake stables in the high country 15 minutes from my house.
There is spring kayaking available in the north Yuba River that flows through my backyard. The Lake Basin area 15 minutes up th...Read more
Many years ago in the wind surfing championships were held on Camp that is 15 minutes from my home.
Natural features you'll find at River Haven Outdoors in California.
Sierra Hot Springs is a half hour drive from here.
There are over 45 lakes in the lake basin area 15 minutes drive from my home.
The vibe at River Haven Outdoors
Places to see near River Haven
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
I had such a splendid stay here at River Haven! My host, Susan, was a delight to spend time with while I was here. I ventured here by myself and was the only guest during my stay. Susan showed me the property, we sat around and drank tea in the garden, laughed at jokes and enjoyed the scenic river below or would gaze up at the amazing mountain peak that was visible from the property.
There was a kitchen area in the house that I was able to use, in which I made some asparagus, tomatoes, and mushrooms. The windows in the house are kept open during the day and the cool air just flows in and out. It is such a homey and cozy feel to the house, just like being back at home!
Outside, there is a lovely garden area, trails that lead to the river and one lookout point, as well as the tents where you get to sleep in a comfy bed out in nature! I stayed in the Angel tent and it got down to maybe the high 40s that night, but I stayed warm and wasn't cold at all. There was a coffee pot available for use in the kitchen, so the next morning I made coffee and sat down on the couch in the angel tent area just to relax and wake up. Later going down to the river below and listening to the water and watching the world wake up. The water is clear and beautiful and it's a very secluded spot. If it wasn't so cold, I would have gone swimming in it!!
Susan said she gets a lot of hikers coming in to stay from the Pacific Crest Trail - besides the outdoor tents, she has indoor rooms available that are equally as comforting and cozy. There are many spots for sitting and eating or visiting with friends, even a cool spot you can walk to that overlooks the river and has a comfy couch. She has showers and toilets available for both indoor and outdoor staying guests. For a fee, you can also do your laundry here. All in all, this is a wonderful little getaway spot for friends and family alike.