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To our wonderful guests:

Thank you for putting up with us these past 12 years! We have loved getting to know you, and helping you enjoy your stay in Three Rivers and Sequoia National Park, but now it is time for us to retire - effective 4/30/18 - and we are fully booked until then! If you need a place to stay, you might try:

Here's wishing you all the best, this year and in the years to come!


Leah & Peter

See us in the Winter 2017 issue of magazine (pp 61)

Nestled in the foothills of the Sequoia National Forest and Sequoia National Park, at the head of Lake Kaweah, is probably the best kept secret in California - the magical village of Three Rivers. With a resident population of about 2,500, this quaint village is spread out mostly along the three forks of the Kaweah River, which itself originates from high in the nearby Sierras.

Brilliant sweeping vistas greet you every morning with the glistening snow-covered Sierras in the background. Stunning sunsets are a prelude to incredible star-filled nights. The air is crisp and clean, the sound of the ever-present river gurgling behind it all. You are only eight miles from the entrance to Sequoia National Park, home of the General Sherman tree and other examples of the largest living things on earth. This is "Kaweah Country", as gorgeous as it is wild. For natural hazards, commonly found across Kaweah Country, see

Click here for a video tour of the Riverhouse.

The Riverhouse overlooks the middle fork of the Kaweah River, 8 miles from Sequoia National Park. Each of our two guest bedrooms has a high ceiling, tiled floors, queen-sized bed, TV/VCR, telephone, high-speed internet, ceiling fan, wood-burning fireplace, A/C, heat, small private verandah, private view, private river access, private bathroom with tub/shower, and complimentary wine and chocolates. The Common area includes a swimming pool. For swim "toys" available, see "Accommodations" Page. Laundry available (we do the laundry for you). Other amenities include pool table, foos ball, ping pong, table games, books, cds, videos, dvds, and musical instruments. Breakfast is served from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., usually in the dining area. However, breakfast may also be served outside, weather permitting. Breakfast Favorites include quiche, blackberry cobbler, baked apple, pancakes with hot fruit compote on the side, spiced apple yogurt, seasonal fresh fruit, and spiced apple cider (in season). In the wintertime, coffee, tea, spiced apple cider (in season) or hot cocoa are available all day, if requested. Guests choose their breakfast selections from our menu, no later than 3 p.m. the day before, then your host Leah Catherine gets up at 4 the next morning in order to prepare it for you, fresh, made-to-order and as much as possible "from scratch", the old-fashioned way. As a result, by the time you appear for your breakfast, there is nothing left to be done but serve you, and hear your wonderful plans for the day.Click here for a current menu.

Twin beds are available for 2 additional guests per room. Children and small pets are welcome. We lost our wonderful dog, Puck, on 9/6/07 and miss him very much.

See "Accommodations" Page for Room Rates. At "Accommodations", there are also additional pictures of the Riverhouse itself, so you can view our two guest bedrooms.

Recent Videos
Video on Whitewater in Three Rivers
Big Blend video of 1st SaturdayBig Blend video of Three Rivers Bed and Breakfast
Guest video of a walk down Moro Rock
Guest video of Bears in the Park (Aryeh Shalev, MD)More Bears in the Park (Aryeh Shalev, MD)
Three Rivers featured in Big Blend Magazines 11/14/2012 e-newsletter6 minute slideshow of Three Rivers courtesy of Linda Kissam and Big Blend Magazine
Domonique Launey
Concerto Excepts
Domonique Launey
Solo and Chamber samples.
The Line - The Fast Sails
Trike and Bike Costume Contest 2011Square Dance party 2011, short version
Square Dance Party - Full Length (75 min)Law Enforcement Celebration
Firefighter/EMS CelebrationBathtub Race 2011, Three Rivers
1st Saturday Feb 2011, Three RiversDragon Parade, 1st Saturday, Three Rivers (raw unedited)
Snowman Building 1, Here comes the doggieSnowman Building 2, Boys work on their third snowman
Snowman Building 3, Some of the teamsSnowman Building 4, Introductions
Snowman Building 5, Just watch the kidsDanielle Belen plays The Hot Canary
Bathtub Race 2010, Three RiversBathtub Race, Feeding Frenzy!
Main Fork behind the Riverhouse, taken 2/21/11 (Springtime)North Fork at the old airport bridge, taken 2/21/11 (Springtime)

Other pictures in this category

Beautiful fall day

Kaweah River

The new beach!

courtyard at the Riverhouse

Riverhouse as seen from upper driveway

A faerie glen - in our back yard

Indoor fireplace at night

Kaweah River

Kaweah River, Middle Fork

Nectarine blooms in February

Swing and hammock

The High Sierras in mist
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