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USA California Shaver Lake Shaver Lake Listing #26965

Evergreen Escape - Shaver Lake, CA

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Max occupancy: 11 (6 adults) 2 King Bed, 1 Double Bed, 5 Twin Bed 4 bedrooms 1.5 bathrooms No pets 
42051 N Evergreen Rd, Shaver Lake, CA 93664

Charming and inviting mountain retreat w/deck - walk to Shaver Lake Village!

Friends and family will love this Shaver Lake mountain home where you can unplug and unwind and leave all of your problems behind! The moment you enter this charming, family-friendly house, you’ll be welcomed by an inviting living room area that features comfortable furnishings strategically located in front of a flatscreen TV and near the wood-burning fireplace. The large dining table has enough space and seatings for the entire group while the well-equipped kitchen has everything you could need to prepare tasty, homemade meals for your guests. The deck is a great place to unwind as well! It has a wooden picnic table and a couple of seats with umbrellas. While the kids are watching movies, take the party to the separate game room in the garage! It features a real poker table, a pool table, a foosball table, a gas grill, and an extra patio table for larger gatherings! Additionally, there is a horseshoes pit behind the house.

What’s nearby:
Evergreen Peaks is located a half of a mile from the heart of Shaver Lake Village, which means you’ll have dining options, convenience stores, and cafés just a stone’s throw away. Shaver Lake is just moments away from your rental and it’s the perfect place to enjoy some outdoor activities that include boating, hiking, fishing, and horseback riding. Yosemite National Park is 60 miles north but it’s totally worth the trip!

Things to know:
Full kitchen without a dishwasher
Private location - No cabins behind this home

AMENITIES

Activities

Game room

Pool table : Private

Foosball table

Features

Fireplace

Washer/dryer : Private

Wood-burning fireplace

Kitchen

Fridge

Microwave

Stove

Media

Internet

TV

Cable

DVD player

Outdoor

Gas grill : Private

Deck

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