I made reservations to stay at Yosemite Pines based on places to stay near Yosemite that accepted dogs. Check in time was at 3:00 and we arrived a little after 6 to find EVERYTHING closed down. There was a map posted with our cabin (Premium) number on the door of the general store. We arrived to a lovely cabin, impeccably clean, but there was no information available at all as to how to turn on the heat, who to call in case there were problems, check out time, etc. We were 3 adults, so I was left to the pull out sofa. This sofa bed was the worst bed I have ever slept in any where in the world. My dog bed would have been better. I had to place the mattress on the floor because the frame of the sofa bed itself was wobbly and bent. The mattress springs were popping up all over the place & it was terrible! The TV in the living room sometimes worked and, even though we put on the heat, there was none (and it got chilly last night). It looks like it's probably a good place to stay with kids or if you're camping. The property is nice & the cabins are very well maintained. It was a pretty expensive night at $200, considering the Best Western a little further down offered a full breakfast, took dogs and was about $100 less.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just 22 miles from the Yosemite National Park western entrance, Yosemite Pines Resort offers guests lodging options of many types. Whether you're looking for Yosemite cabins, yurts, Classic and Retro Trailers, tent camping or RV sites, we have what you need at affordable prices. Additionally, our guests enjoy our on-site swimming pool, volleyball and bocce ball courts, Petting Farm, Fitness Trail, children's playground and the staff planned summer activities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Yosemite Pines Rv Resort And Family Lodging Hotel Groveland
- Yosemite Pine Rv Park