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Highway 120 White Wolf, Yosemite National Park, CA 95379
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#17 of 25 Speciality lodging in Yosemite National Park
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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.
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genevieves588 wrote a review Jul 2018
Big Bear City, California4 contributions8 helpful votes
We visited White Wolf because we love the area and didn't want to camp. There was a very loud generator running and we were told that hopefully they could turn it off at 11:00 pm but it could go later. We go to bed early and knew we wouldn't be able to sleep with the noise. Also, there was only one towel for two of us. We were told there weren't any more towels. No meals were being served either because they didn't get their shipment of food. We didn't stay and lost our deposit. Luckily we had camping gear with us so we stayed in the campground across the street. It was peaceful but we could hear the generator in the distance. My husband went for a walk and he heard the generator before 6: am! We had to drive to Tuolomne Meadows (a 40 minute drive) to buy food, since we were planning on eating at the lodge and didn't come prepared. We did take a shower there, since we had to pay for the room anyway. It was a very expensive shower considering that is all we got out of our lost deposit. I will not recommend White Wolf Lodge or stay there again. I only gave it one star because I'm required to fill in all fields to submit this. I'd prefer to give it zero stars.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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kbokellybrooke wrote a review Jan 2017
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania59 contributions29 helpful votes
After spending a night in the crowded Half Dome camp, White Wolf was a welcome break. Our tent was large and comfortable. Even though we were there in August, the wood stove was a perk! We could have probably done without the fire, but after a day of hiking the cozy warmth was so nice. The bathrooms and showers were fine and not crowded at all. There are some great rocks in the middle of the campsite that made a good spot for stargazing. The only thing that I would caution, is that the food was pricey and very limited. We opted out of eating at the dining hall because of the price. I wasn't offended by the cost. I understand that White Wolf is in a secluded location. However, it was just a bit out of our price range. We did end up buying some wine, which was completely affordable and much cheaper than buying drinks down in the valley.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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terri825 wrote a review Oct 2016
Garden Grove, California3 contributions7 helpful votes
Whitewolf is a beautiful location - the Lodge is owned by the National Park Service (taxpayers) and the concessionaire is Aramark. I love the place but the Lodge needs to go. The tent cabins are filthy, the beds belong in an institution and the metal tables and chairs with the bakolite camp dishes are cheap and ridiculous. I don't expect a resort spa but for the money it should be more substantial. The food is awful and overpriced beyond belief. I will return to Whitewolf for camping but I won't be eating at the Lodge!!
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Date of stay: August 2016
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Room Tip: Don't have high expectations for the Lodge - just enjoy the scenery - it's amazing.
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bendersimon wrote a review Sep 2016
Los Angeles9 contributions10 helpful votes
the tent cabins in a semi-circle were far more spacious than curry village. Very relaxed, closer to wilderness. loved the ranger chat in the nearby campground. Late afternoon walk to harden lake was perfect.
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Date of stay: July 2016
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effellesse wrote a review Sep 2016
Milan, Italy8 contributions26 helpful votes
outdoor... four unseasoned unwashed salads, four cold burritos, two cokes, 142$... are you serious?! I was 16 days in California, this was the only place where I have been cheated... it was incredible.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about White Wolf Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to White Wolf Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Half Dome (6.9 km), Tenaya Lake (7.0 km), and Yosemite Valley (7.6 km).
What food & drink options are available at White Wolf Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at White Wolf Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to White Wolf Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Ahwahnee Dining Room, Degnan's Kitchen, and Ahwahnee Hotel Bar.
Are there any historical sites close to White Wolf Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Indian Village of the Ahwahnee (7.7 km).