Description of Glamping Units
This pet-friendly A frame cabin near Yosemite National Park, California, is cozy, charming, and classic, whilst offering all the modern amenities.The A-frame shape infuses the cabin with light and space. There is room for up to two people on the queen sofa bed and an additional single if needed. The kitchen has all the modern amenities and there’s a breakfast table for two. Guests will have ample private space outside for alfresco dining.
There is Wifi, a fully equipped kitchen, a bath and housekeeping.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at this A frame cabin.
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- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Private bathroom
- Single bed
- Pet friendly
Linens are provided for the convenience of guests.Read More
Up to two pets can be accommodated per rental for an extra fee of $25 per night.
There is a three-night minimum stay, and a one-time cleaning fee of $100 is added to rates.
Location + Surroundings
With endless scents to discover and trails to explore, this pet-friendly glamping site in the Sierra National Forest of California is a four-legged friend's dream. Of course, their owners will love the site, too, which is at an elevation of 7,000 feet and offers terrific views and peaceful seclusion. There are endless trails and meadows to explore in the area, and Bass Lake is only 14 miles away. Guests and their beloved dogs can discover secret swimming holes and enjoy Yosemite without the crowds when they stay here. When they visit Yosemite National Park, which is a UNESCO world heritage site, they will find deep valleys, a grove of ancient sequoia trees, some of the country's largest waterfalls, vast lakes, unique granite rock formations, and more. Read More
Housekeeping and cleaning facilities are provided at this pet-friendly glamping site.
There really is no limit to the outdoor activities available nearby this glamping site. It is right near Yosemite National Park, which has over 800 miles of marked trails, including on the Wawona Meadow Loop, which is dog friendly, as well as Glacier Point Road, Hetch Hetchy, White Wolf, Tuolumne Meadows, Badger Pass/Glacier Point, and Crane Flat. Guests and their furry friends can also cool off in one of the numerous lakes, rivers, and pools underneath waterfalls in the area. They can have a relaxing day fishing in one of the nearby streams, rivers, and lakes, and guests can also go rafting and kayaking on Merced River and Tenaya Lake.
During the winter, glampers can take part in cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing in Badger Pass, Glacier Point Road, and Mariposa Grove. During the summer, biking is a great activity for athletes of all levels since Yosemite National Park has hundreds of paths with varying difficulty. The park is also unbeatable for birdwatching since there are 250 bird species, including the Steller's jay, American robin, acorn woodpecker, common raven, and mountain chickadee. Horseback riding and climbing are also popular, and if glampers want to take a break from blood-pumping activities, they can visit the Yosemite Museum Gallery, which displays exhibits of Yosemite art, as well as the Ansel Adams Gallery, which displays the work of contemporary photographers and other fine artists.