Old Yella Dog Ranch invites true solace-seekers to spend a quiet, starlit night in the ghost town of Vya, NV, located about 25 minutes east of Cedarville, CA along the historic Applegate–Lassen Emigrant Trail attracted gold-seekers and westward-bound pioneers in the mid-19th century.
Visitors to this remote corner of Nevada delight in roaming freely around some of the widest-open lands in the West, including while spotting abundant wildlife (including pronghorn antelope and golden eagles) in sprawling Sheldon National Wildlife Area, off-roading or mountain biking through the High Rock Wilderness, or gazing at more stars than you can shake a telescope at beneath the perfectly dark skies of Massacre Rim International Dark Sky Sanctuary (to which this property is the closest indoor accommodation option).
The comfy, secluded wooden cabin sleeps up to six guests — two in each of the double bedrooms, and four more in the loft with two more double beds and a pullout sofa.
Electrical and water hookups are provided for two RVs (one on either side of the ranch house) and a variety of rustic locations for dry camping via RV or campsites. This pet-friendly destination encourages folks to bring their dogs and horses, thanks to a small dog run and corral on site. Wi-Fi is available for those who think they need it.
Most reservations can be made via The Old Yella Dog Ranch. For more information on booking your stay, please call (530) 366-5300 or (775) 267-2930.