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Shaver Lake Village Hotel Property Map

We had a local artist design a map of our property! Check out Ad Design by Hergie for more of his talented work, we LOVE how he captured it all!

April Showers, May Flowers

They say April showers bring May flowers, wondering what this April snow will bring!

It’s starting to look a lot like summertime up here!

We are happy to announce Huntington Lake will be full this year! The annual High Sierra Regatta will be held here this summer ⛵️Don’t miss this exciting sailboat race!

We Are Pet Friendly :)

Here at the Shaver Lake Village Hotel we believe you should never have to leave mans best friend behind when you travel! That’s why we’re pet friendly 🐶

Indian Pools

The beautiful Indian Pools are located a short 30 minute drive from our Hotel towards Huntington Lake. This trail is accessed by entering the China Peak parking lot and driving to the North East corner to park. There are two trashcans at the trailhead and this trail is unmarked. In less then a mile walk… Continue reading Indian Pools

Twin Lakes

Twin Lakes trail takes you over the Potter Pass viewpoint to the gorgeous Lower, then Upper Twin Lake. You can access the trailhead by taking the 168 to Kaiser Pass Road, about 4 miles from the junction there is a parking lot with restrooms. Across from the Parking is the trailhead marked with a map.… Continue reading Twin Lakes

Mothers Day is only 10 days away

Mothers Day is only 10 days away, but don’t worry we’ve got you covered! We have gift certificates available to spoil any mom. Available for our hotel rooms, suites and cabins. A getaway in the beautiful sierras is just what she needs 💕

The Shaver Lake Brewfest is back

The Shaver Lake Brewfest is back people! July 23rd from 12pm to 5pm. Enjoy craft beer tasting, live music, brewing demos, pony keg tossing and much more!!! Visit solarnegotiators.com for more information. Cheers!

Twin Lakes

Twin Lakes trail takes you over the Potter Pass viewpoint to the gorgeous Lower, then Upper Twin Lake. You can access the trailhead by taking the 168 to Kaiser Pass Road, about 4 miles from the junction there is a parking lot with restrooms. Across from the Parking is the trailhead marked with a map.… Continue reading Twin Lakes