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We arrived late and went to our cabin, only to find out that the room hadn’t been cleaned and the heater didn’t work. Others in our party did have cleaned rooms and heat but the bedspreads were old and stained and the bathrooms were full...More
We rented 2 cabins at low end and off season price. They were clean, nice and cozy. You can park right up to them, making luggage transfer a breeze.
The downside is the communal showers and toilet facilities located some 30 yards away. The showers...More
These cabins are located very convenient. Very close to the General Grant Tree, you can easily drive up rt180 through the Kings Canyon, or down to Sequoia. The cabins desperately need renovation though, the bathroom wasn't all that clean. When a rooms is this run...More
I'm an avid National Park lover and have visited many and stayed in many and this was by far my most disappointing visit. We stayed in one of the cabins which was a good amount of space inside. We loved that we had a little...More
We stayed here for 2 nights to have a day in each of the 2 NPs and found the duplex cabin we stayed in very cozy and comfortable. we had a private bathroom, so can`t comment on the shower sharing blocks, but I overheard mention...More
There are no fire pits. The only open fires allowed are in the campgrounds. To answer your other question, if you are in a tent or cabin you are allowed to use a stove outside but will need to very conscientious of clean... More
There are no fire pits. The only open fires allowed are in the campgrounds. To answer your other question, if you are in a tent or cabin you are allowed to use a stove outside but will need to very conscientious of clean up so it does not impact wildlife.