When Being Out is Inn-The Arrival of The Inntown Campground

When Being Out is Inn-The Arrival of The Inntown Campground

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Cirino's Blog | 0 comments

Innside out is a perspective that commonly leaves one to feel like something is not exactly in its proper form but in the case of the Innside Inn, it is perfection. Hidden within a forest of towering trees that seem to touch the sky, the Innside Inn is the latest and most exquisite way to enjoy life under the stars in Nevada City. Whether you want to pitch a tent and gather around a campfire, park an RV next to a picnic pad or experience the art of upscale glamping, the Innside Inn has it all. Opening just a few months ago, this campground exceeds one’s imagination. It is a place to call home. It is a family-friendly campground which includes: a footpath, a B.B.Q. area, a laundry facility, bathrooms, showers, camp store, reading nooks and yes, wi-fi and T.V. and electricity (in the glamping deluxe canvas tents where real beds and linens await your arrival).

Nevada City and neighboring Grass Valley are rich with history. The addition of this unique vacationing facility enables family and friends to experience these two beauties much like the people of their past. Feel like traveling down to the Yuba River to try your hand at gold panning, the Innside Inn is only minutes away. Feel like strolling to downtown Nevada City for a delicious dinner, some shopping or a show, the Innside Inn is just a 20 minute walk…feel like enjoying Victorian Christmas, the Nevada City Bicycle Classic, the Mardi Gras Parade, Hot Summer Nights, the Nevada County Fair, the Drafthorse Classic, Cornish Christmas, WorldFest, Brewfest or even a wedding, the Innside Inn is the perfect answer in experiencing life during the height of the Gold Rush. Quiet, rustic and as next to nature as you can be.

What an honor and a pleasure it is to have such an incredible venue at our fingertips. The Inntown Campground adds yet another touch of sparkle and creative intrigue to our Nevada County community. Tent camping begins at $45-$50/night, RV sites at $50-$65/night and Glamping at $90-$100/night. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed or in an enclosure at all times.

Please visit: www.inntowncampground.com for more information.



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