California’s list of required and recommended Covid-19 policies and procedures for lodging is lengthy and expensive
to implement such as waiting 24-72 hours between check-ins. Additionally, full liability has been shifted onto business owners should anyone catch the Covid-19 virus at a place of business, as per executive order by Governor Newsom,
in spite of every effort to maintain all Covid-19 protocol.
Due to pronounced business owner liability and high-priced Covid-19 policies and procedures we have decided to
keep the Riverside Inn closed for 2020 rather than substantially raise the lodging prices of our valued guests to offset our
Covid-19 cost increases. Consequently, we have cancelled all 2020 reservations and will not be accepting any
new reservations for the remainder of this year as we re-evaluate our Riverside Inn business plan.
We apologize for this most unfortunate news and are just as disappointed as you are concerning
the negative impact that Covid-19 is continuing to have on so many lives and businesses.
You may contact us through mail:
Best wishes as we all move forward during this unique and unprecedented time.
All of our rooms overlook the beautiful Downie River and have everything you need: heaters, ceiling fans, satellite television, private bathrooms, and a lot of comfort. Five rooms come with a full kitchen. Three have a compact fridge and microwave. And they all include a daily continental breakfast.
SEE & DO
Downieville is a former gold mining community located on scenic Highway 49. It’s quaint, historic, and near some of the greatest nature California has to offer. Ski or snowmobile in the Sierra Buttes and Lakes Basin Recreation Area or enjoy the multiple trails in the surrounding Tahoe National Forest. Whether you like to fish, hike, swim, kayak, gold pan in the North Yuba River, or just
relax, Downieville has something for everyone.
Named one of the top 10 best bike festivals from Outside Magazine.
The Historic Yuba Theatre
See why National Geographic recognized it
as one of the best destinations for travelers seeking an authentic experience of the region.
Trails, Trails & More Trails
Get lost and explore miles of outdoor trails by foot, mountain bike, ATV
and SXS. Trail Maps
Contains a collection of local artifacts depicting the life of this community from its Gold Rush origins.
Kentucky Mine Historic Park & Museum
Experience the sights and sounds of a real working gold mine in an hour-plus tour in the Sierra City mining region.
Snowmobiling & Skiing
23 miles of groomed trails and
7000 acres to snowshoe, tube or
“Very cozy and accommodating, especially to cyclists. Secure bike storage. Great breakfast. Nice owners. Will definitely be back”