After finding that pretty much everything is booked in Yosemite in July, we were able to score two nights at the tent cabins at White Wolf. The cabins were really cute and we enjoyed using the wood burning stove every night to keep warm. We were also provided with candles, firestarter, newspaper, kindling and matches. The only thing I'd warn someone about is that since the cabins are close together, you can hear your neighbors. There was a VERY loud snorer staying a few cabins down and it woke us up both nights. Bring earplugs and you'll be fine.
We went to the restaurant for breakfast and dinner and enjoyed both. They do a great job providing excellent food all off the grid. In other national parks it would be far more expensive for this quality of meal.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- White Wolf Lodge offers 24 canvas-tent cabins and four traditional cabins with private baths. Guests gather morning and evening in the central dining room-a rustic wooden building with a porch that's perfect for relaxing and taking in the views. To keep the wildlife wild, guests are not permitted to cook inside or outside their cabin. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- White Wolf Hotel Yosemite National Park