Where to go and where to stay
in Yuba County.
Visiting Yuba County
Yuba County, named after
the Yuba River, was one of California's original 27 counties; founded on February 18th,
Yuba County is Californias gateway to the historic Mother Lode
Country, with a diverse landscape that boasts grand rivers, thriving farmland, friendly
communities and numerous recreational possibilities that extend into the Sierra foothills.
The county seat of Yuba County is Marysville.
Yuba Sutter Chamber of
The Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce representing businesses in Marysville, Yuba City,
Wheatland and other towns in Yuba and Sutter Counties.
At the heart of Yuba county, historic Marysville is bordered by
the Yuba and Feather Rivers.
On the northern bank of the Yuba River, the Bok Kai Temple is a place of worship for the
Chinese paying tribute to Bok Eye; believed to possess powers controlling floods, waters
of irrigation and the rains.
Baymont Inn Suites Marysville: 1111 N. Beale
Surrounded by beautiful and peaceful landscape, this Marysville hotel offers guests a
variety of guestroom and suite options that are modernly furnished and well-appointed with
precious amenities including high speed internet and cable television.
Wheatland is located in
Northern Californias Central Valley along State Route 65. The City is located
approximately one mile north of the Bear River and the tri-county boundary of Sutter,
Place, and Yuba Counties.
Early European settlement in the Wheatland area came with expeditions
led by Gabriel Moraga in 1808 and Luis Arguello in 1821, both of whom crossed portions of
present day Yuba County.
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