Riverside Cabin Rentals
Our Klamath River vacation cabins come with a full kitchen & linens, private bedroom, bathroom and a deck that looks over the Klamath River. The bedroom has a queen bed, and two more twin beds can be made in the common kitchen/living room area. All of our cabins have identical floor plans, with the exception of Cabin 6, which is slightly larger, (it has a second bedroom with queen bed, and more windows facing the river).
It's a short walk down a path to our private sandy beach and swimming hole located across from Pearch Creek, a pristine mountain stream that can be heard from the cabin decks. All cabins have a clean, aesthetically pleasing, rustic appeal of solid redwood interior with hardwood floors. Our pet friendly lodging is open to all four-leggeds, as long as they can behave around other guests and our own dogs and chickens!
We give preference to full week bookings during our peak season of mid June through mid August. You may place a reservation using our calendar, sending us an email or giving us a call at 530-627-3379.
- Cabins 1-5 are $125/ night for up to two people, Cabin 6 is $150/ night for up to two people.
- For each additional adult add $15/ night
- Kids 5-12 are $10 each, kids under 5 are free if you bring your own bedding.
- Pets are $25 flat fee per visit.
- Cleaning fee $40/ visit.
Please add 12% hotel tax
Check in time is 4 PM, check out is 10 AM.
For Reservations please use the booking feature on this page, email us, or call (530) 627-3379
Our Reservation and Cancellation Policy
Due to our limited season and cabin availability a deposit of 50% is required to confirm a reservation. We accept checks, VISA & Mastercard. Deposits are refundable (less a $25 cancellation fee), or may be applied in full to your next reservation provided cancellation is made no less than 30 days prior to your reservation date.
Cancellations made with less than 30 days notice will be refunded or applied to your next reservation (less cancellation fee) only if we are able to book the vacancy.
Contact us with questions at any time.
Our Ranch is an ideal location for an affordable family reunion. Located halfway between Portland, Oregon and the San Francisco Bay Area; Sandy Bar Ranch offers a secluded location in a beautiful setting free of distractions, with a variety of activities for all ages. Family members will have the opportunity to include a trip to the redwoods, the California Coast, the California Wine Country or the Oregon Shakespeare Theater in Ashland on their way to or from the reunion. Here are a few things to consider when planning a family reunion:
- Plan your family reunion as far ahead as possible to accommodate people's schedules.
- Summer months tend to be best for family reunions as kids are out of school and the weather is ideal for outdoor activities.
- Appointing one or a two family members to photograph your family reunion can help capture some great moments.
- Allowing a full week for a family reunion creates the flexibility for folks with busy schedules to attend a few days.
- Don't forget cameras, outdoor games and party food!
The cabin itself was more than I expected - clean and spacious, with a wonderful deck looking out toward the madrone trees and river. We loved everything about this place! Can't wait until my next trip. –Tyler, Airbnb
"The Rock" is a large outcrop located on the opposite bank of our swimming hole, where Pearch creek meets the Klamath River. Great for jumping off, or just hanging out, t's a favorite destination on a warm, sunny day.
We have been coming here every summer since our first child was born in 1997. We know no better place to completely relax and recharge in a beautiful, peaceful environment….We like to pick blackberries, watch for shooting stars, and chat with the owners and other guests. Oh, and dogs are welcome. It's pretty close to my idea of heaven. –The_Beat_of_New_Wings, Tripadvisor
A Brief History of Our Riverside Cabins
Our riverside vacation cabins were built in 1950 by Carl Maldwin. His solid craftsmanship and sharp eye are evident in the construction of the cabins, using clear grain redwood for the structure and old growth Douglas fir for the flooring. We have kept the same basic cabin footprint; a simple, efficient design with an aesthetically pleasing rustic feel. Back in 1950 Orleans was even more of an outpost than it is today, Highway 96 was not yet paved and there was no electricity. Fisherman typically rented cabins for several weeks at a time. (Carl sold Sandy Bar Ranch to Laverne Glaze, who lives next door to us now, and we purchased SBR from Laverne in 1992). Carl and Jeannie Maldwin were our neighbors for several years after we arrived and each time we saw them Carl would always have a story or two to tell us about the ranch, the cabins, the early days, or characters he'd known on the river.