This is a real but restored and enhanced miner's cabin that offers a dog-friendly, wonderful setting with 2 beds mere feet from the scenic Trinity River. The river rock landing with fire pit/BBQ is a nature lover's dream come true. Fish right there, or wade to the riffles. Sharp-eyed guests spot the resident bald eagles and river otters. Midsummer-late fall, watch huge salmon spawn just a few feet from the landing. Ask about 3+ night discounts.
Because this cabin is so close to the river, guests should take this into consideration with kids and use their discretion as to whether it's suitable. We suggest younger kids (6 and under) wear life jackets when outside. Beyond that, our House Rules are pretty simple: Respect our cabin. Leave it looking close to how you found it: Swept or vacuumed, clean dishes, fairly tidy. We'll take it from there.
We recycle and compost as much material as possible and ask you to help by separating items into specific containers. No smoking inside cabins. Keep it quiet after 10 PM unless you rent all cabins on the property.
Pick up after dogs and put poop bags in garbage.
Please remember lodging tax (5% of the lodging fee only) and dog fees ($15 per dog per stay) are paid separately when you are here.
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My husband, Steph Dutton, and I own and run Dunsmuir's Alpine Ski & Fish Haus and Trinity River Adventure Inn river cabins.
Steph is the only person to paddle a kayak from Victoria, B.C. Canada to Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. I worked on tug boats before heading to Alaska to start the Sitka Sea Kayak Adventure, and that's where we met. We are both Coast Guard licensed sea captains who created and ran Sanctuary Cruises, a great whale watching company on the Monterey Bay.
We have 5 river cabins in Lewiston and Douglas City in Trinity County, as well as the Alpine Haus in Dunsmuir (Siskiyou County). We love skiing Shasta and established Dunsmuir as our own ski retreat, but find it immensely fun to visit year-round. We live right on the Trinity River and we love it, but we enjoy Dunsmuir's wonderful restaurants within walking distance (several are pet-friendly in summer on their patios!).