The air in Sequoia smells like sticking your face in a Christmas wreath. Just jaw droppingly, stunningly, amazingly, beautiful. We went in December, smack dab between two snow storms. There were two feet of snow on the ground when we got there, but the roads were plowed dry. Our kids enjoyed sledding, making snow men, and pelting each other with snow balls! Cabins were inexpensive and modest. Food at the restaurant was extremely pricey, but tasted good. For a family of four, our lunch ran us $75 (two kids, two adults). We brought and cooked the rest of our food on a propane stove on the front porch of our cabin. (No cooking allowed inside cabins... kind of a bummer as cold as it was... but those are the rules.) Gift shop, like most gift shops, overpriced. Staff VERY friendly! Wonderful trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the Grant Grove Village, these cabins are for guests who want a more rustic experience, while enjoying a convenient location from which to explore all the sights and activities found in both Sequoia and Kings Canyon. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Grant Grove Cabins Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
- Grant Grove Cabins Ca