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Waterfront and Water View Rental Cottages at Snug Harbor
(our Rental Cabins we call Snuggle Inns)
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Want Waterfront?    Snug Harbor offers like-new waterfront rental cottages of various sizes.  These adorable Cape Cod style units make ideal vacation homes for large family reunions or small intimate get-aways in a historic and peaceful setting on Steamboat Slough in the amazing California Delta Region.  WIFI is available here, and most cottages have dock space available for rent n front or very nearby. &nbsIf you want a Sacramento Delta waterfront vacation home setting, we're here!  
Snug Harbor from the Air: click on photo to see larger size and to locate the Snuggle Inns within the resort grounds

General park video:  here   brochure page 1  brochure page 2


Click on the "reservations" button above to make reservations online.  You will see photos, descriptions and if you put in specific dates you can see the cost based on the number of persons you entered for the reservation.  You see cost before you even enter your name or other preliminary reservation data.

For more general information about the resort, you might want to check out the Videos page.

 Note that we do not accept same-day reservations for the Snuggle Inn cottages, and there is a 2-day minimum overnight stay, and 3 night minimum for summer holidays, except for last-minute fillins.
NOTE:  Click (or double-click) on the small photos on any of our pages to see full size photos of each one!
Waterfront vacation rentals on Steamboat Slough

Larger Snuggle Inns:
Waterfront Snuggle Inn #1 
Waterfront Snuggle Inn #2  & Video
Waterfront Snuggle Inn #3 &

One bedroom w/loft or bunks 
Snuggle Inn Lofts!

Snuggle Inn #4 (Duplex in 2015)
Snuggle Inn #5
Snuggle Inn #6
Snuggle Inn #7
Snuggle Inn #9
Snuggle Inn #10
Snuggle Inn #11  (Double loft)
Snuggle Inn #14  
Snuggle Inn #15  
Snuggle Inn #16
Snuggle Inn #17

Snuggle Inn #8
Snuggle Inn #12
Snuggle Inn #20
Snuggle Inn #21


Loft layout

   Snuggle Inn #1    Snuggle Inn #2


Fun painting of the lofts by Napa artist Dave Huddleston after he stayed at Snug Harbor

View from the beach area by Snuggle Inns 2 & 3

Why do we call our vacation cottages "Snuggle Inns"?

     In 1862 California explorer and author James M. Hutchings published a book describing the “Scenes of Wonder and Curiosity in California”.  He was on a paddlewheeler steambship headed for Sacramento when he passed through Steamboat Slough;  he describes the "snug little cabins" along the peaceful banks of Steamboat Slough.  The little cabins of times past have been replaced by more modern versions, but the ambiance of shady trees, wild vines and serene setting on Steamboat Slough described by Mr. Hutchings remains.  Modern conveniences like WIFI, docks, gas, and fax service add 21st Century comfort without diminishing 19th Century charm.  For more on this historic region of the Delta, you can go to the http://www.steamboatslough.com website by us or the other pages, like http://www.snugharbor.net/historic_steamboat_slough.htm 
We also added a video showing historic navigation charts from the 1850's to 1900, with narration by Tyler (our son) quoting Commander Ringgold of the US Navy as he describes charting and navigation on the Sacramento River and Steamboat Slough in 1850.  Historical records indicate it was Commander Ringgold himself who called this branch of the Sacramento River "Steamboat Slough".