Brush Creek cabin features a wrap-around, partially covered deck, full amenities, and is set on the banks of the North Yuba River. The high ceilings and tall windows bring the towering peaks and cliffs inside, the spacious decks are perfect for a cool summer evening dinner and the soothing hum of the river is the antidote to hectic city life. White Bear and Brush Creek cabins are our largest cabins with the largest decks wrapping around half the building. With all-new beds, appliances, furniture, lighting, and kitchenware, our housekeeping cabins are among the most modern accommodations in Downieville, perfect for extended stays.
2 bedroom: Bedroom 1 – 1 king, Bedroom 2 – bunk bed with a full bed on bottom, single bed on top, resulting in 3 people in one bedroom. Capacity for this cabin is six people; a sixth person could sleep on the sofa, or a mattress and bedding can be provided. No Pets in this cabin. If you have any questions regarding this cabin, please give us a call at 530-289-3465. We’re here to make your stay at the Lure Resort a memorable one!
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Max guest: 6
+ Twin over Full Bunk
Please choose a check-in and departure date on the booking page to book.
- 5 night minimum during Summer Season (we will lower minimums as summer approaches)
- 3 night minimum during all other seasons
- 10% off of bookings 7 days or more
Brush Creek Cabin Photos
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The Story of Brush Creek
The Brush Creek Mine lies in the deep canyon beneath Mountain House, just south of Goodyears Bar, legendary for it’s gold-bearing quartz. The mine was opened in 1868 when the old Brush Creek Shaft was sunk to a depth of 600 feet. It is believed that Brush Creek produced approximately 19,632 ounces of gold between 1868 and 1870, and this October 29, 1867 article in the Sacramento Daily Union foretells the rich two years of the Brush Creek:
“The developments in the Brush Creek mine show that its richness borders on the marvelous…