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First visited here over 30 years ago - loved it then and loved it now! This completely avoids the crowds and traffic of Yosemite Valley and gets you as close to nature as possible while still being comfortable and having someone else prepare good dinners....More
O.K. this may not be for everyone, but for me and my family, including two boys, ages 10 and 15, this was a great stay, something a little different during our two week trip in Northern California! As accommodations are hard to come by, I...More
Went there in the end of July and just stayed a night. We loved it! This is our 4 or 5th visit to Yosemite, and we've always stayed in the valley before (usually Curry Village). Staying at White wolf was a completely different experience! Its...More
All the necessary comforts for a pleasant stay in the wilderness are provided within clean tent cabins. Rustic, and yet the camp beds and linens are warm and comfortable. There is coffee at the lodge in the morning. Meals are available for < $60/day. They...More
Peaceful oasis up on the Tioga road, about 50 minutes away from the crowds of the valley. Spacious tents on cement platforms, 2 twin cots and one double cot in ours. Linens, blankets and towels are included. The tent cabin also included a folding table,...More
We opted out of dinner because it felt too pricey for a pasta dinner, which was the menu for the night. I wanna say it was like $30+, but I'm not totally sure. That said the beer and wine were reasonably priced and... More
We opted out of dinner because it felt too pricey for a pasta dinner, which was the menu for the night. I wanna say it was like $30+, but I'm not totally sure. That said the beer and wine were reasonably priced and considering the location, the dinner was reasonably priced, we were just being frugal at that point in our trip. We were saving money for when we went out in LA.