Inn Town Campground
- Accessible Parking
- Accessible Picnic Table
- Accessible Restroom
- Roll In Shower
- Accessible BBQ
- Food available on-site
- Dogs allowed
Inn town Campground, built in 2016, sits on 15-acres just 2 miles from downtown Nevada City. It has that inviting new, clean vibe to it and many amenities to provide a glamping (glamorous camping) experience. Add to that that the owners are committed to creating an inclusive vacation site for all including giving attention to accessibility. There are a variety of accessible sleeping options including a deluxe tent cabin (reviewed here), tent site to pitch your own tent, and RV site with hookups. All are held for patrons needing access until the campground is fully booked, then they are released to the general public. The accessible sites all have easy access to the communal building--the hub of activity where you’ll find the camp store, reading nooks, laundry, game tables, TV. A spacious communal kitchen is equipped with a refigerator, pantry space, cookware, silverware, plates, bowls, and more. Campground hosts hold sing-alongs, stories and show movies that are family friendly. All of bathrooms and shower areas (there are many) are wheelchair accessible with at least four that have roll-in showers.
- Accessible Parking:
- Yes – Designated accessible parking space with access aisle, van accessible, Firm surface, slope not greater than 1:12
- Accessible Picnic Table:
- Yes – reachable by firm and stable path, firm and stable surface, knee clearance at least 27" high
- Entry to Sleeping Unit:
- Level entry, doors at least 32" clearance
- Paths of travel:
- Accessible paths of travel to sleeping area, registration, and restroom.
- Unit Reviewed:
The deluxe tent cabin is spacious, nicely decorated, and comfortably outfitted with electricity, heated mattress pad, a fan, and fresh linens on a comfy mattress. There is plenty of room for two wheelchair users to navigate inside and out where you’ll find a covered patio and uncovered picnic table. The only lighting provided is two lamps that are attached to either side of the headboard of the bed and controlled by a twisting switch on the top of the fixture which could be problematic for those with limited hand function. There's an upright fan for cooling.
While the tent cabin is conveniently located close to the communal building, some may find that it lacks the same camping “vibe” as the rest of the camp sites which are set back further in the woods. The positive advantage to the accessible tent cabin and campsite site location is that there are no other cabins directly next to them thereby affording more privacy, unlike the other tent cabins which are close to each other. As long as you're happy choosing comfort and amenities over that more isolated experience, this place is terrific.
- clear 32" path to temperature controls
- sleeps 3, One queen bed and a cot available upon request., at least 36" clear space along one side of bed, bed(s) are moveable, About 30 inches high
- accessible electrical outlets are available indoors, Two outlets; one behind the bed, are both fully utilized but things can be unplugged. , no outdoor electrical outlets, unit is heated (Heated mattress pad),unit has air conditioning or fan,no potable water is available ensuite
- All Restrooms
- Bathroom Features:
- door has at least 32" clearance, at least 5'x5' turn circle, at least 28" clear space at toilet, grab bars on back wall and at least one side of toilet, toilet height between 17" and 19", sink clearance at least 27" high and 30" wide, roll-in shower, affixed plastic shower bench, bars in shower, hand-held wand in shower, shower wand can be reached from bench.
- More Info:
- There are several indoor showers at the campground that are accessible and one shower that is a private outdoor shower; its only access features are a level entry and a plastic patio chair is available. At the main common area and at the second bathroom area. Drinking fountains are scattered throughout the campground