The 302-room Tenaya Lodge in Fish Camp reopened Sunday, Sept. 10, after being forced to close for 12 days due to the Railroad Fire. The property lost an estimated $1.6 million in room revenue, as well as food and spa services during the shutdown, although the lodge remained functional, housing 40 employees and 300 fireman and law enforcement personnel.
The 302-room Tenaya Lodge in Fish Camp reopened Sunday, Sept. 10, after being forced to close for 12 days due to the Railroad Fire. The property lost an estimated $1.6 million in room revenue, as well as food and spa services during the shutdown, although the lodge remained functional, housing 40 employees and 300 fireman and law enforcement personnel. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star
The 302-room Tenaya Lodge in Fish Camp reopened Sunday, Sept. 10, after being forced to close for 12 days due to the Railroad Fire. The property lost an estimated $1.6 million in room revenue, as well as food and spa services during the shutdown, although the lodge remained functional, housing 40 employees and 300 fireman and law enforcement personnel. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star

Tenaya Lodge reopens after 12-day shutdown due to Railroad Fire

September 11, 2017 2:39 PM