With numerous trails to accessible swimming holes along the Yuba River, a comfy queen bed, a gigantic gas grill, a westward-facing deck, an outdoor shower, a hammock, and a host of other amenities, the stone yurt cabins were an excellent getaway and exceeded expectations.
Alicia was an excellent host with keeping in contact but let us be once we arrived.
There is a gas stove in one of the yurts as well as some cookware, small refrigerator, coffee machine, coffee grinder, S&P, and oil and vinegar. You just bring food, clothes, an array of other spices, maybe some foil for cooking. River was rushing in April, and mighty cold, but I brought a wetsuit so was able to enjoy the water along the banks.
Camping here was a delight. We were at Campground #1,, and faced an outlook of multiple ridges that looked like a picture from a computer screensaver. Only contact with the hosts was a friendly and informative chat at the beginning. The site was clean, quiet, and secluded; was definitely a plus we could bring the dog. We were unable to have a fire due to area restrictions but that was no biggie. Potable spring water at the entrance, and on the way back we stopped along Eel River to spend the afternoon. Highly recommend.