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The Brookdale Lodge in Brookdale, California.

Brookdale is an unincorporated town located in Santa Cruz County, California. It is located in the San Lorenzo Valley between Boulder Creek and Ben Lomond on Highway 9. It has a population of about 1,000.

Brookdale Inn & Spa

The Brookdale Inn & Spa, formerly known as the Brookdale Lodge, is known for the stream running through its primary restaurant, the Brook Room. The original lodge was built in 1890 by Judge James Harvey Logan at the site of the Grover Lumber Mill. Before Judge Logan's development, the area was known as Clear Creek and Brookville.[1] The lodge is still in use and it is rumored to be haunted by Sarah Logan, a niece of the owner, who drowned in the creek within the lodge in the 1920s.[2][3]. The lodge was purchased by a new owner in 2007[4] and has undergone renovations[5]

The ZIP Code is 95007 and the community is inside area code 831.

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Coordinates: 37°06′23″N 122°06′22″W / 37.106389°N 122.106111°W / 37.106389; -122.106111

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