If you’re bringing a boat you’ll need to have it “inspected” (for invasive mussel species) at either of the gates before you’ll be allowed to use either of the Country Club’s launch ramps. You’ll get a removable sticker after passing inspection.  Just make sure you make it to the gates before they close for the night. In the summer, that’s usually at 5 PM for the Clifford gate and 4 PM for the Peninsula Gate. Cost: $ 100 per stay.

Rates For 2017

From Memorial Day to Labor Day .........$1550.00 per week (7 nights)
From Labor Day to Memorial Day .........$950.00 per week
Nightly Rate: from $150/night (two night minimum, please)
Security Deposit and 1 night’s fee to book reservation.
Remaining payment and Cleaning Fee due at least 45 days before 1st day of rental.

The above includes the 9% Plumas County Bed Tax.

The above does not include :
$300 refundable Security Deposit.....due at time of reservation.
$150.00 Cleaning fee............due by time of final rental payment
(includes bed linens for all four beds ... but not towels. And if you’re really, really messy and it requires the cleaner 2 sessions, we’ll need to charge you for both. Don’t worry it rarely happens  but we wanted to let you know. )
$80/stay Facilities Fee...due at time of final payment 
$100/stay Boat Launch Fee ( if applicable)....due at time of arrival

These two fees are required by the Country Club of all renters of any property within the Country Club and are paid directly to Lake Almanor Country Club (LACC). We list them here in the interest of full disclosure...we were caught off guard in the past when we were renters. Once you’ve confirmed your reservation, we’ll send you a form to complete and mail back to LACC with your check. 

Check-in time : 4 PM
Check-out time : 11 AM

For Current Availability please contact us at:

925-381-8331 or

Cancellation Policy

More than 45 days from 1st day of rental: Full Refund minus $50 handling fee

After 45 days: Refund Security Deposit and Cleaning Fee


SORRY!...LACC does not allow renters to bring pets. Their rules not ours, we’re “dog people” and would allow them if we could.