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Condo in Grass Valley
Clean, quiet, hip, Smart condo! Parking, patio!
Please enjoy this newly updated unit. This unit offers fresh paint new floors in a quiet tucked away yet close to town setting. There is parking on the property in town is just a short walk. This unit is close to restaurants, shopping, parks, hikes and supermarkets. This unit has been meticulously designed to feature a well balanced and relaxing environment. It has a smart TV for your Hulu account.If you’re into the outdoors this unit is just a short drive to lakes rivers and mountain biking!
$132 per night
Condo in Nevada City
Downtown 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Downstairs Suite B
Enjoy your stay at our cozy, fully remodeled downtown Nevada City downstairs suite. This is the lower unit of our two suite home. The location is perfect for a very short stroll to downtown where you can dine in many wonderful restaurants, go wine tasting, and browse the many unique shops. Within 100 yards you can access the tribute trail for a beautiful walk or bike ride. There is so much to do in Nevada City! We hope you get a chance to get out and enjoy what it has to offer.
$239 per night
Condo in Marysville
Misha’s Rare 3brm. Steps from Hosp. Rent All /part
I’ve opened up this listing to accommodate the growing need of accommodation for essential responders during this pandemic. Special touches added for your stay just to say ‘thank you’. All other guests are WELCOME to enjoy this space as you visit your loved ones in the area or maybe just passing through. Come check us out-you’ll be glad you did!!
$145 per night

Vacation rentals in North Star

Tiny home in Nevada City
Yuba Woods. Tiny home close to river and town.
$213 per night
Cottage in Nevada City
Zen Cottage Nestled under the Fall Foliage
$148 per night
Home in Oregon House
Charming Sierra Foothills cottage
$90 per night
Guesthouse in Grass Valley
Getaway Under the Trees, cottage in downtown GV
$65 per night
Cabin in Alta
New Secluded cabin retreat on 8 acres with hot tub
$206 per night
Rental unit in Paradise
The Sutter | Laundry & Parking |
$57 per night
Rental unit in Paradise
The Lassen | WiFi & Parking | Spacious & Private |
$55 per night
Guesthouse in Nevada City
Jennie's Cabin
$88 per night
Guesthouse in Nevada City
Tiny Miracle
$51 per night
Guest suite in Nevada City
Sugarloaf Madrone Studio
$112 per night
Private room in Nevada City
The Aspen at HeartSpace Ranch
$71 per night
Private room in Nevada City
Cozy private guestroom minutes from downtown
$61 per night

Cabin rentals in North Star

Cabin in Nevada City
Playful Mountain Sunset Escape
$257 per night
Cabin in Nevada City
Baby Bear's Cottage W/ private hot tub
$139 per night
Cabin in Nevada City
Glass cabin surrounded by nature +hot tub
$235 per night
Cabin in Nevada City
Cozy Cabin along Deer Creek
$87 per night
Private room in Challenge-Brownsville
Gaia Getaway {South Bedroom}
$69 per night
Cabin in Meadow Valley
Pacific Crest Cabins
$135 per night
Cabin in Grass Valley
Beautiful Rollins Lake Inn - Studio Cabin #2
$113 per night
Cabin in Soda Springs
Cozy A-frame studio cabin with large deck
$152 per night
Cabin in Nevada City
Mama Bear's Cabin
$165 per night
Cabin in Nevada City
Sierra Mtn Hideaway, Views, Biking/Hiking, Pets ok
$150 per night
Cabin in North San Juan
The Phoenix at Willow Springs
$119 per night
Cabin in Alta
Fairy Tale Cottage - Forest Retreat, Love Dogs
$187 per night

Your guide to North Star

All About North Star

North Star is a small locality in northern California’s Yuba County that sits at an elevation of 4,000 feet, nestled between the Tahoe National Forest and the Plumas National Forest in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The area is home to a variety of mountain-top pine tree forests, where freshwater creeks flow into dramatic, cliffside waterfalls. Within a short drive, reservoir lakes like the Little Grass Valley Reservoir attract visitors looking to bring their kayaks and canoes for tranquil paddles amongst the secluded mountains.

The Yuba County area encompassing North Star was one of California’s first established counties in the mid-1800s, when prospectors flocked here during the height of the Gold Rush. To the east of town, the Underground Gold Miners Museum helps tell the area’s rich mining history, as well as the stories of miners who lived and worked here.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in North Star?

Overall, the North Star area experiences dry weather all year round. Summers are hot and sunny, but you can cool off at a local swimming spot at this time of year at one of the dozens of nearby reservoirs. Winter is cold, but snow is rare. Fall is cool and comfortable, and the Sierra Nevada Mountain foliage turns from deep green to shades of rich red and gold. You can see the fall foliage in full effect from the Camel Peak lookout point in the Plumas National Forest. Spring days are warm, but things cool off at night. Seasonal wildflowers including honeysuckle and purple California lilacs thrive along the Yuba Rim Trail at this time of year.

What are the top things to do in North Star?

Sly Creek Reservoir

Sitting at more than 3,500 feet of elevation, Sly Creek Reservoir draws visitors on warm days to kayak and paddle through its sparkling blue lake waters. The reservoir is surrounded by enormous maple trees, showing off their deep green foliage during summer, winter, and spring, and shedding its green leaves for red and yellow in the fall.

North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve

The 2.5-mile Phantom Falls hike across Table Mountain passes by small waterfalls and sprawling meadows of yellow California poppies. From the reserve’s parking lot, you can follow the unmarked trail at the entrance and continue until you reach the final waterfall and scenic outlook at the end of the trail, the 135-foot Phantom Falls. The water flows between a crevice of North Table Mountain’s flat-top mesa, and in spring, hundreds of colorful wildflowers cover the mesa above the cascading falls.

Plumas-Eureka State Park

Plumas-Eureka State Park sits on 4,500 acres of northern California forest, home to a variety of pine trees amid the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The park houses relics from California’s Gold Rush era with historic blacksmith workshops and a gold mining museum. You can watch live blacksmith demonstrations using tools from the 1800s and learn about the mining process that drew in thousands of new settlers to this area at the height of America’s Gold Rush.

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