As we toured national parks in the western US, we wanted to see Kings Canyon and we were not disappointed. To get to this lodge we drove down a windy mountain road through an expansive, gorgeous canyon with towering craggy peaks dotted with flowering yuccas. The lodge is not at the end of the road, but not far from it on the banks of the wild King river. The rooms and bathrooms are nicely sized and air conditioned (one of the few national park lodges that is.)
The lodge has a snack bar on the lower level which serves surprisingly good food. There is internet access although somewhat iffy. It was an all around very pleasant experience and the canyon is a drier, less developed version of Yosemite. Don't miss it.
- Also Known As:
- Cedar Grove Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
- Cedar Grove Hotel
- Hotel Cedar Grove
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in a glaciated mile-deep canyon, Cedar Grove Lodge is located in the heart of Kings Canyon National Park at Cedar Grove Village. Open May through October, this quaint lodge is an ideal location for travelers looking to explore some of Kings Canyon’s most alluring wilderness attractions, including North Dome, Grand Sentinel and Zumwalt Meadow. ... more less
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