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Lodging & Meals

The cost of the retreat covers the space and the tuition for the yoga instruction. Several lodging options are available in Graeagle, from pleasantly rustic to pleasantly glamorous! Another really great and surprisingly affordable option is a vacation rental - for yourself or to share with another attendee. Let me know if you're thinking about coming and we will help with the lodging!

We plan to have one lovely shared group dinner, on Saturday night, and other than that, meals will be on our own... or we can of course coordinate to meet up and share meals together with other people in the group.


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Recommended Places to Stay:
(from Emily at Trails Within)

The Lodge at Nakoma
The newly completed 42-room Lodge at Nakoma is an interior-corridor hotel built to complement existing resort amenities and Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Clubhouse. The developer and architect decided upon a mountain modern feel for the 23,701-square-foot hotel, utilizing raw and natural materials in the construction such as tumbled travertine, antique woods, and stone. Exposed concrete floors, hot molded steel, and dramatic rooflines embrace features like floor-to-ceiling picture windows that welcome the High Sierra environs inside and overlook the eighth green of Nakoma’s Dragon golf course.
Prices start at $225+
(877) 462-5662

The Lodge at Whitehawk Ranch
Enjoy the Graeagle area's finest vacation accommodations in one of our clean, comfortable, beautifully-appointed Sierra cabins. Each of our deluxe cabins has a deck and magnificent views of pine-covered mountains and meadows. Your cabin rental includes breakfast in the Main Dining Room of our grand Sierra lodge, located just steps from your accommodations.
Prices start at $225+
(530) 836-4985

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- Rustic Options -
Camp Layman
Camp Layman offers a unique vacation experience in our rustic cabins nestled in the mountain pines of the Plumas National Forest. Just a short walk from swimming and fishing in the beautiful Feather River, these rustic cabins provide a quiet, relaxing break from the city. Originally constructed in the 1920s, Camp Layman features 13 cabins of various sizes and all are equipped with bathrooms and kitchenettes.
Prices start at $100
(530) 836-1430

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Home/Room Rentals:

Plumas Pines Vacation Homes:




Plumas-Eureka State Park
67 campsites, tables, stoves, piped drinking water, restrooms, hot showers

Gold Lake Campground
37 sites, tents and RV's, vault toilets

Goose Lake Campground
13 sites, tents only, vault toilets

Haven Lake Campground
4 sites, tents only, vault toilets

Lakes Basin
23 family sites, tents and RV's, vault toilets, piped water, can reserve

Lakes Basin Group Camp
One group site, tents only, 25 people maximum, must reserve

For more information on the campgrounds listed above in the Lakes Basin:

Updated September 9, 2017