We would like you all to know the proper steps we are taking during this time in which we are following State and County guidelines.
All employees wear masks throughout their shifts. We do not enforce you as the guest to wear one in our establishment unless you would like to. There are some places in town that do require the mask to enter so please have one on had at all times.
There is no daily housekeeping during your stay. If you need anything please let us know at the front desk.
Your cabin is completely disinfected before you arrive and we are following strict guidelines to make sure your cabin is ready for you. This being said you can go straight to your cabin without stopping at the Lodge to check in. Please Remember check in time is 4pm.
There is nothing extra in your cabin. If you need more pillows/blankets/coffee/shampoo please ask the front desk.
Breakfast still comes with your stay and starting June 2nd we will be offering 3 sit down times in the lodge with a reservation needed. You can also opt for room service if you would like. Our restaurant for dinner is serving only to Lodge Guests Wed-Sun for room service ONLY.
The POOL is not open at this time. It is part of the HOA and they are trying to find someone to be able to sanitize frequently so they can get that open to us. We will keep you updated as we know more.
We want our guests to fill safe and comfortable while you are here. Please let us know if we can help you with anything.
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On Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21 the annual Graeagle Arts & Crafts Fair returns to the Graeagle Park with numerous booths featuring quality, handmade crafts and fine art by the exhibitors. Music is also featured along with an assortment of foods and beverages at the nearby specialty booths. The craft fair is open Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. so don’t miss out on this Great American Craft Fair. Click here for additional information or call 775-825-3679.
Article Date: 01-Jul-2019 Date of event: 20-Jul-2019 – 21-Jul-2019
Gold Discover Days kicks off at Plumas Eureka State Park , Johnsville Sat & Sun, July 20 & 21 from 10am -3pm both days (Don’t miss the acclaimed Pancake Breakfast Sunday July 21, 8-11am) Schedule your summer plans to take advantage of this fun-filled family weekend at the gorgeous and historic state park! You don’t want to miss this incredible opportunity to step back in time. You’ll get a real taste of what mining life was like, from the 1851 discovery of gold on Eureka Peak, through the 1890s. The pioneering spirit comes alive with a bonanza of free activities for the whole family. Mining era crafts, exhibitions, artifacts, tours of the Moriarty house, draft horse wagon rides through scenic Johnsville, blacksmith shop demonstrations, homemade ice-cream making, children’s activities and gold panning are just some of the offerings. Food (BBQ lunch for purchase) and music is planned for both days – so bring your picnic blanket. You can even put on the period costumes provided by the event hosts and make your own family photo keepsake. There are plenty of memorable and educational activities for all ages. Visit www.plumas-eureka.org/ for details, and like them on Facebook.
Monday Nights enjoy Happy Hour menu all night long
Tuesday Nights bring your own bottle of wine and enjoy Free Corkage
Available through September 15th
Happy Hour every day we are open 4-5:30
Dinner served 5:30-9
We’re thrilled to announce that The Lodge at Whitehawk has been selected for the 2016 Certificate of Excellence, reflecting the consistently great reviews we’ve earned on TripAdvisor. Truth be told, we’ve been wondering what took them so long to recognize our consistent 5 star reviews the last 11 years!
Congratulations to all our staff for making this wonderful accomplishment. Our loyal customers have known all along how good we are, now the world knows.
The summer season is in full swing. The hiking has been glorious up here. Our Wednesday group goes out every week and we have been getting to all the big ones this year. The lack of snow has opened many trails that are often not passable this early in the season. So come on up and enjoy the view.
Do you like to hike? Did you know that this was taken not far from here on just one of the many trails and hidden mountain lakes in the nearby Lakes Basin region.
Yes, the golf course is open and ready for play but maybe you would like to stay an extra day and explore? We had a rather mild winter but late snow fall so the mountain tops still have a sugar coating and miles of trails wait to be explored. The wild flowers will be spectacular with all the rain this past season.
The weather has been great and we are getting ready for your arrival. It all starts on Friday May 18, 2012. Pack your golf clubs, hiking boots, tennis racket, swim suit and get yourself up to “God’s Country”.
We are ready for another great season and hope to see you soon.
Don’t forget we are pet friendly with our own dog pond!
The Lodge at Whitehawk Ranch in beautiful Plumas County.