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Susanville, California
Reviewed 16 September 2014

Check-in was not until 3pm, so our group met at noon at Plumas-Eureka State Park for a picnic lunch and tour there. We stayed in the Pine cabin for two nights, just after Labor Day and were the only guests our first night. Our party was four adults (one couple and 2 moms alone), one infant and six children ages...

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Vacaville, California
Reviewed 2 September 2014

Our family has been going to Camp Layman since 1948 (if my mother-in-law tells her story about coming up to CL with her in-law's) but in recent years it's been the place for our family to reconnect. Three generations in our family rent cabins, fish, play, hike, cook, and relax together for 5 days. The memories we make are priceless....

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Livermore, California
Reviewed 4 August 2014

Camp Layman is exactly the kind of place you want to park yourself at for a few days if you appreciate rustic and eclectic accommodations, genuine & down to earth service with a smile, beautiful sunsets, the smell of pine trees and the sound of an occasional train. We rented out the entire site for a family gathering with lots...

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Ben Lomond, California
Reviewed 21 June 2014

Camp Layman is the type of place that you remember from childhood, or wish you'd had the opportunity to attend when you were a kid. It's reminiscent of the 50s rather than being the latest hot spot. Located in a canyon on the Feather River, it's got a couple of rows of cabins facing each other with a community fire...

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Sacramento, California
Reviewed 11 June 2014

It's been a since I last reviewed Camp Layman. My family has been back to CL at least 5 or 6 times. It has become my retreat of choice for peace and beauty. I can kick around and relax, hike, swim, play with my dogs, BBQ, meet new people or sit inside one of the many cabins we've rented and...

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Reno, Nevada
Reviewed 3 June 2014

I have stayed here quite a few times. It is fantastic atmosphere with fantastic hosts. We come back every year. We have gotten our extended family and friends to stay here and they have nothing but excellent things to say. I love that all you have to bring is food and clothes. You will love it too.

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Reno
Reviewed 25 October 2011

Camp Layman was awesome! Dan and Shelly were very nice and helpful. The setting was beautiful, the cabin was nicer then expected. The cabin was rustic, but clean and neat. Pleanty to do near by. We will return.

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Sacramento, California
Reviewed 24 September 2011

Absolutely LOVE Camp Layman. Dan and Shelley are wonderful. Had a great weekend with family relaxing on the water. Plenty to do - volleyball, pingbong, swimming, horse shoes and more for an awesome price. What a gem!

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Woodland, California
Reviewed 13 September 2011

We just returned from a weekend wedding reception celebration at Camp Layman. We had a great time. There was plenty for everyone to do. Floating the river, volleyball, tetherball, a playground, and more. The campfire at night was a hit. When I asked my grandsons (8 and 6) what their favorite part of the weekend was-- they both responded "Everything!"....

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Sacramento, California
Reviewed 14 June 2011

Eric, Pat, Dan and Shelly have done so much to Layman's! It's great! We stayed the Memorial weekend and the weather was pretty bad, but what a place to snuggle in and relax. We had a great time and a wonderful stay in the Pine (oh, so cozy) and were treated like family. Can't wait for our next trip this...

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  • Wheelchair Access
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Additional Information about Camp Layman

Address: 512 Camp Layman Road, P.O. Box 8, Cromberg, Graeagle, CA 96103
Region: United States > California > Plumas County > Graeagle > Cromberg
Price Range: $101 - $203 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 13
Also Known As:
Camp Layman Hotel Cromberg
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See which rooms travellers prefer

“The 2nd floor of Pine is like an attic with walls that slant to a peak in the middle. There were three beds up there, I think a double and two twins. In the main room downstairs, there is a double bed, a single bed and a pull-out sofa bed. I must be forgetting an upstairs bed because it will sleep eleven if you have two on the sofa bed.”
Jan501, 16 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Stay away from the campfire if you want a quieter night's sleep and travel with a rowdy or unknown bunch. Get on-line and check out the cabins as they are all very quaint and accommodate different needs for your party. We stayed in Pine and it was the biggest one.”
413julies, 4 Aug 2014 | Read review
“We stayed in Oak Leaf on the edge of the camp”
TwoGuysInTahoe, 25 Oct 2011 | Read review
“Favorite cabin: Cub”
CindelP, 24 Sep 2011 | Read review
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