We packed my family plus extended family into the Glacier cabin in July 2013. The cabin is very cramped with the living room, dinning room and kitchen all jammed into the same room. There are plenty of beds to sleep, you could probably squeeze in about 14 people sharing beds if needed. But there isn't much space beyond the bedrooms. Eating, moving around and bathrooms would be a problem with anything over 8 people. The floors were very dirty upon arrival, forcing me to wear flip flops in the cabin. The positives are the location right next to the park and the proximity to the pool. Also, parking might be an issue; the lot for multiple cabins is parry small. I'm not sure what else in the area but it might just be worth the extra cost to stay in the park.
- Also Known As:
- Buckeye Tree Hotel Three Rivers
- Buckeye Tree Hotel
- Buckeye Tree Three Rivers
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Buckeye Tree Lodge is located 1/4 mile from the entrance to Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. With all rooms set along the banks of the Kaweah River, the river views and sounds from each room and balcony are spectacular. The Buckeye's beautiful grounds include a pool, lawn and picnic area next to the River. All rooms have private bathroom, cable TV, refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, AC and free local and long distance calling. ... more less