This is an area of canvas tents each set on its own concrete slab. Our tent had a double cot, and 2 twin cots. You can stand up inside, is rather roomy,and it contained a square table, chairs and a wood burning stove which I was surprised we actually needed at the end of August (firewood is provided). Get there before dark as it a bit difficult to find your tent in the dark (which we unfortunately had to do). You can park right beside the tent. It is a great overnight spot having come from Death Valley that morning and gets you far enough into the park to set out for the Valley the next day (I debated between Wolf lodge and Tuolumne meadows lodge and was glad that I went the extra miles to get to the Wolf lodge as we were short on time). The bathrooms were a short walk away and were clean enough. Don't forget flip flops for the shower and a head flashlight was handy for late night bathroom walks. Nearby, there is a nice trail to Luken lake through the woods. The breakfast buffet was good at the small lodge.
- 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