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    Camp Layman

    512 Camp Layman Road, P.O. Box 8, Cromberg, Graeagle, CA 96103
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          Overview
          • Excellent77%
          • Very good19%
          • Average0%
          • Poor0%
          • Terrible4%
          16 Sep 2014
          “Great Location For an Extended Family”
          2 Sep 2014
          “Great for our family to reconnect”
          Free Parking
          Pets Allowed
          Wheelchair Access
          Breakfast included
          Pool
          Restaurant
          Room Service
          Fitness centre
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          Reviews (21)
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          1 - 5 of 21 reviews

          Reviewed 17 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...More

          1  Thank Jan501
          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,...More

          Thank Brandi N
          Reviewed 5 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...More

          4  Thank Julie S
          Reviewed 22 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,...More

          2  Thank Andrea B
          Reviewed 12 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,...More

          1  Thank joanrl
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          About
          Amenities
          • Top amenities
          • Free Parking
          • Hotel Amenities
          • Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
          • Free Parking
          Details
          • Price range
          • USD 75 - USD 150 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
          • Number of rooms
          • 13
          • Location
          • United States >
          • California >
          • Plumas County >
          • Graeagle >
          • Cromberg
          • Also Known As
          • Camp Layman Hotel Cromberg
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          Room Tips
          "The 2nd floor of Pine is like an attic with walls that slant to a peak in the middle. There were three beds..."
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          "Stay away from the campfire if you want a quieter night's sleep and travel with a rowdy or unknown bunch..."
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          "We stayed in Oak Leaf on the edge of the camp"
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          "Favorite cabin: Cub"
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