Not long after logging operations had ceased at Northspur (around 1915?) Union Lumber Company (ULC) began developing the land there. There was a an apple farm and there were lots for sale to those who wanted a cabin in the woods. The ULC also built an “up market” resort at Northspur called the Noyo River Tavern.
Below are a sample of the photos we have managed to collect of the Noyo River Tavern. As you can see this is camping at the Ritz!
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