The Best Western Yuba City Inn is located in central Yuba City near Sutter Buttes mountain range, off Highway 99 and close to a wide variety of shopping and dining venues. Yuba City was originally settled by gold miners, but there’s still plenty to do in the area besides seeking your fortune. Brew a cup of coffee in your room and then prepare for a busy day with our free hot breakfast in our dining area. Explore things to do in Yuba City with the free high-speed Internet access in your room or our business center. Visit original gold-rush era communities like Grass Valley, Nevada City and others in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. Hike or bike in the Sutter Buttes, the smallest mountain range in the world, and many other biking trails in and around Yuba City. Visit the Bicentennial Living Witness Tree, a Valley Oak that's over 200 years old. Camp, fish, hunt and go boating along the Feather and Yuba rivers. Located near Gridley and Live Oak, renowned for their rice fields, duck hunting, and bird-watching.
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Corporations located just minutes away include; Sunsweet Growers, Sierra Gold Nurseries, Orchard Machinery Corporation (OMC), Valley Truck and Tractor, John Deere, Beale Air Force Base, Yuba College, Sutter Health, and Freemont-Rideout Hospital.
Yuba-Sutter is a short, 40 minute drive from Sacramento, a pleasant two hour mountainous drive from Lake Tahoe, only two and a half hours from San Francisco, and drivable in a day from most areas in California. Accessible via Highway 20, Highway 99, Highway 70 and Highway 65. Sacramento International Airport is only 40 minutes south.
Our Yuba City hotel offers easy access to the Twin Cities Speedway for sprint car racing or shopping at the Yuba Sutter Mall. Attend a performance at the Sleep Train Amphitheater, which has chair and lawn seating and hosts top entertainers. If its sports you’re looking for, take in a Gold Sox game, motocross, a softball game or soccer tournament. Enjoy your stay.
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Pets may be accepted. Please contact the hotel directly for full details.
By Kevin T
Santa Rosa, California on 18-Oct-17
i stayed at this hotel for 4 nights while working in Yuba City. I was very impressed. The hotel was in an area affected by NoCa fires. Many hotel occupants were evacuees - families, animals, etc...