by Lissa Poirot
This campground experience offers cabins for families to book during a trip to Yosemite National Park. The largest cabin, Dogwood, is a two-bedroom family cabin that can sleep up to eight people with a queen main bedroom, two bunk beds in a second guest room, a hide-a-bed in the living room, and a loft with a queen air mattress. The cabin also features a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, and burners, with a dining area.
Other family cabins include the Lodgepole Pine, the Bunk Bed Model, and the Loft Model. Lodegpole offers a queen master bedroom, queen air mattress in the loft and two bunk beds in an alcove to sleep six; Loft provides a queen bedroom, loft with queen air mattress and a full-sized futon in the living room; and Bunk Bed offers a queen bedroom and two single bunk beds in a hallway. The Lodgepole and Loft also have kitchens. Smaller cabin options are available, as well as Garden Cottages with queen bedroom, two bunk beds and a queen sofa bed. Cottages also have kitchenettes. Each cabin comes with all linens and kitchenware.
The campsite resort has a general store, swimming pool, and onsite dining at the Buck Meadows Restaurant, which is open from breakfast through dinner. Just a few minutes from the resort is the Rainbow Pool, a natural waterfall and pool that is a local secret; the front desk will give you directions to visit the unmarked pool.
Our Editor Loves
- Cabins that can sleep up to eight
- Manmade and natural swimming pools
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
Really great people run this place. Many thanks in particular to Rand and Gwyn wonderful hosts who really helped us out. We’re happy to recommend the site which has mainly RV spots but some tent spots as well as cabins. We were directed to pitch our tent in the ‘yard’ of a cabin which was a lovely peaceful spot with nice soft grass.
by Neil S
We stayed here in August 2019 with a 24ft RV. Just two of us. The campsite was very quiet and relaxed atmosphere. Each site seemed personal and secluded in it's own right - and most of them had their own little garden/grass, with table and a BBQ. Check-in was hassle free with a lovely older gentleman at front desk. He explained everything. The site was level (and others all seemed level too). We loved coming back here after a days exploring in yosemite. Toilets & pool were clean and a pleasure to use. We used RV shower - but they also looked clean.
They also sell fuel and propane. Fuel is one of cheapest in the area.