The Groveland Hotel

The Groveland Hotel is the town’s largest adobe building. Built sometime between 1849 and 1852 by George Reed, a prominent sawmill operator during the ’Rush, the structure has remained a hotel during most of its existence. It was owned and operated by Matthew Foot from the 1860’s to the late 1870’s. The building has undergone relatively few structural changes over the years, with the exception of the addition of the large annex to the east which was built by Tim Carlon in 1917.