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Reviewed 5 September 2015

The tent cabins are fun. They supply beds, linens, firewood and there are bathrooms nearby. Tuolumne has lots of easy trails to walk, less people than the valley and is a beautiful area. The food was decent, not great.

Thank Sallie M
Reviewed 2 September 2015

The perfect mix of outdoors and comfort! It's fun to sleep in a tent-cabin - wood fires in the morning and the shared bathroom make it unique. I love being so close to the pristine Tuolumne River that I can hear it while lying in...More

Thank theresacatlin
Reviewed 1 September 2015

Great launching point for altitude acclimation before hiking around the terrific high country. But they gotta get rid of the wood burning stoves! They stink, they choke, they spoil the view, they are dirty, they are too hot then run out of fuel just when...More

Thank speakerpower
Reviewed 31 August 2015

tent cabins; family style dining with interesting people. Tuolumne Meadows is much less crowded than Yosemite Valley. I'd always prefer to stay in the high country, with great day hikes available. A great place!

Thank johnBoston_MA
Reviewed 31 August 2015 via mobile

We decided to spend a night at Tuolumne meadows lodge in order to more easily accommodate our plan to horseback ride and fit in hiking time. We had a great room at stone man lodge in Curry Village but a 100 mile round trip to...More

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Response from Amgiboney | Reviewed this property |
Boyfriends feet will hang off the bed. Make sure they have a board installed between the mattress and springs.
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"Tents on the edges away from the river are more likely to be quieter."
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"If you are willing or wanting 4 single beds rather than a double and 2 singles, you will get more choice of..."
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"You can request cabin in advance and they will try to accommodate or give you one close to what you requested"
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"lots of tips in my review"
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