Columbia Hotels and Cottages
TEMPORARY CLOSURES -- California State Parks temporarily closed all campgrounds in the state park system to support state and local efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). This includes hotels and cottages for Columbia State Historic Park.
Reservation holders will be contacted via email for refunds.
As of today, non-campground outdoor areas of parks, including trails and beaches, remain open. Visitors are reminded to practice social distancing and maintain at least six feet between other visitors and anyone who is coughing or sneezing. Restrooms also remain open, and visitors are advised to take soap for hand washing and alcohol-based hand sanitizers when water is not available.
State Parks previously announced the closure of high public use indoor facilities including visitor centers, museums and cafes.
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COLUMBIA STATE HISTORIC PARK is one of the best preserved California Gold Rush towns. As a popular destination for school living-history programs, special family gatherings, or a year-round getaway, Columbia offers a unique blend of museums, exhibits, town tours, live theater plays, restaurants and attractions.
Visit the shops, catch a stagecoach, or take a ghost tour of Columbia. There are 25 wineries within a twenty minute drive, giant sequoias at Calaveras Big Trees State Park within a thirty-five minute drive, the exciting days of steam-train travel at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park within a ten minute drive, and Yosemite National Park is just over the hill. The area is also a prime spot for antiquing, gold panning, cave exploring and white-water rafting.
The Columbia City Hotel and its sister, the Fallon Hotel, are authentically restored 19th-century country inns. All rooms are elegantly appointed with Victorian antiques, custom crafted wall coverings, and beautiful lithographs. Take a peak at the front desk HERE.
Each hotel has a sitting parlour where you can peruse books and magazines, or participate in one of many board games.
While both hotels stay as faithful to 19th century decor as possible, modern conveniences such as indoor plumbing, heating. and air conditioning have been added. Each room has a half bath and a shower basket is provided for the trip down the hall to the shared shower rooms.
There are also three charming cottages- a one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom-each with a full kitchen, fenced yard and DVD player.
Take a step back into history and make Columbia your next vacation destination.
To see a floor plan of the Columbia Hotels with rates click, floor plan.