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Huntington Lake cabin rentals

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Top-rated cabin rentals in Huntington Lake

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Cabin in Shaver Lake
The Pinecone Cottage for 2
Charming Pinecone Cabin, A Perfect cottage for two. Features a comfortable King size bed and down comforter blanket with soft sheets and pillows. Modern amenities such as Satellite TV, WIFI, and a fully stocked kitchen with fridge, oven, and cook top. Walking distance to the lake and all the shops and restaurants, the Pinecone Cabin is ready for your next getaway. This is a one pet friendly (only) cabin. Please read the specific pet rules prior to booking. There is a fee for pets.
$116 per night
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Cabin in Shaver Lake
Two Bears Basecamp | Views, Trails, Flat Parking
"Two Bears Basecamp" is located in gated Bretz Mill community pool, spa, sauna and trails! It's the perfect location for a couple's retreat or small family. Cozy and bright!
$122 per night
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Cabin in Shaver Lake
DT Tiny Shaver Home @the trailhead to Lake!
The cutest tiny home in Shaver! Located at the base of a trailhead that leads to the lake, and two minute walk to shopping and restaurants! It's perfect for your next trip.
$143 per night
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Huntington Lake condo rentals

Condo in Lakeshore
Lovely condo with free WiFi, pellet stove, large deck, & serene setting
$136 per night
Condo in Lakeshore
Rustic Condo with Shared Pool & Hot Tub - Walking Distance to Huntington Lake
$145 per night
Condo in Big Creek
Beautiful Lake Home w/Great Views of Huntington Lake, Private W/D, 2 Large Decks
$163 per night
Condo in Big Creek
Mountain retreat near the lake & skiing with deck, shared pool & grill
$159 per night
Condo in Shaver Lake
Perfect getaway w/ spa & sauna! Near China Peak
$166 per night
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Condo in Shaver Lake
Shaver Escape! Mountain Loft Condo
$117 per night
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Condo in Lakeshore
Cozy Mountain Condo with Hot Tub & Seasonal Pool - Year-Round Outdoor Fun Nearby
$148 per night
Condo in Shaver Lake
Cedar Shadows Retreat sleeps 4 +pets
$168 per night
Condo in Shaver Lake
The Lake House - 2bd/2bth condo at Huntington Lake
$295 per night
Condo in Shaver Lake
Cute and quaint! Perfect for two!
$172 per night
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Condo in Shaver Lake
Family friendly condo
$160 per night
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Condo in Shaver Lake
Fun & bright condo near the lake & town w/shared pool, hot tub, balcony, & WiFi
$148 per night

Huntington Lake vacation rentals

Cabin in Shaver Lake
Lil Red Cabin at Shaver Lake - Peaceful & Cozy.
$268 per night
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Cabin in Shaver Lake
The Hideaway- Walk to DT, Hike to the Lake!
$121 per night
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Loft in Shaver Lake
Central Shaver Village - KING BED- Sleeps 3
$99 per night
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Cabin in Lakeshore
Spacious cabin-style home with deck, near dining, slopes & lake - dog-friendly
$370 per night
Tiny home in Shaver Lake
Mtn Modern Cabin KING BED- starlink WiFi
$106 per night
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Cabin in Lakeshore
Custom-Built Log Cabin w/ Huge Deck & Great Location Steps from Huntington Lake
$524 per night
Home in Shaver Lake
Log-style home with spacious deck, close to China Peak Mountain
$372 per night
Cabin in Lakeshore
Fantastic woodsy cabin with furnished deck, gas grill, ping-pong table & WiFi
$164 per night
Rental unit in Shaver Lake
The Sugar Pine Villa in Shaver Lake Village
$112 per night
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Cabin in Shaver Lake
Mystic Meadow🌲sweet cabin with a meadow view!
$219 per night
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Cabin in Shaver Lake
Walk to the Lake: East Village Cabin
$226 per night
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Vacation home in Shaver Lake
Eagles Nest
$116 per night

Your guide to Huntington Lake

All About Huntington Lake

Nestled high in California’s Sierra Nevada, Huntington Lake is an artificial reservoir that was constructed in 1912 as part of a big hydroelectric project. It didn’t take long before locals in the surrounding communities discovered its recreational potential: Huntington Lake soon garnered a reputation as the area's premier destination for sailing, fishing, and horseback riding. These days it’s also a jumping-off point to explore the Sierra National Forest and Kaiser Wilderness. Winter, too, has its draws: Several ski hills adjacent to the lake, such as Chinese Peak, are ripe for snowbound recreation. No towns or communities exist on the reservoir, but you can find private cabins around the entirety of Huntington Lake. The larger city of Fresno is within a two-hour drive of the lake, as is the famous Yosemite National Park.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Huntington Lake?

During the summer, you will find warm temperatures and minimal rainfall, making it an excellent time to look for Huntington Lake rentals as the weather is conducive to water-based recreation. If you plan to take any day trips during your summer stay, consider checking out Fresno, a nearby agricultural city known for its surrounding Lodi Wine Country and bountiful grape, almond, and orange harvests. The winter in Huntington Lake sees temperatures that often fall to freezing levels, with accompanying moderate snowfall and more significant accumulation on the surrounding mountains and ski hills.


What are the top things to do in Huntington Lake?

Sailing

Since its earliest days, Huntington Lake has been a sailing destination. The tradition continues today, with several marinas on the water offering ramps and mooring services for boaters. Steady winds during the summer provide prime conditions for the sport. If you don’t own your own sailboat but still want to navigate the lake, the marina offers canoe, paddle-boat, and kayak rentals.

Sierra National Forest

Huntington Lake sits amid the Sierra National Forest and its 1.3 million acres of wilderness available for public use and recreation. One of the most popular activities in the forest is hiking among the coniferous pine stands. Over a dozen trailheads are located within just a few minutes of the lake, like the four-mile Rancheria Falls Trail, with several more making themselves available as you drive further out.

Yosemite National Park

Around two hours away, Yosemite makes for an excellent day trip from Huntington Lake. Renowned for its famed waterfalls, ancient sequoia forests, and towering granite walls, the park dates back to 1890 and is America’s first national park. It contains hundreds of miles of hiking trails, educational centers, and an abundance of wildlife, including native species like Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frogs, Yosemite toads, and Mount Lyell Salamanders.