My husband and I recently visited Yosemite for the first time and we loved staying in the tent cabins at White Wolf Lodge. We were looking for inexpensive, semi-rustic accommodations that were outside of the hectic Yosemite Valley and the tent cabins at White Wolf were a perfect fit. The tent cabins had everything that we could ever want. They were large with 2 twin beds, 1 double bed, a table and chairs, and a wood-burning stove (it gets cold at night). There were only 36 tent cabins, so it had an intimate feel and I never had to wait in line for anything. The showers were centrally located and had electricity between the hours of 6 am and 11 pm. I appreciated that we had our own bear box located behind our tent cabin and we could pull up our car and park it directly behind the cabin also. I would recommend eating dinner at the lodge at least one night. It is gourmet, family-style, all-you-can-eat goodness. It is served in multple courses of soup/bread, salad, main course, and dessert and is amazing.
- 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