Peaceful oasis up on the Tioga road, about 50 minutes away from the crowds of the valley. Spacious tents on cement platforms, 2 twin cots and one double cot in ours. Linens, blankets and towels are included. The tent cabin also included a folding table, 4 chairs, a bookshelf, a hanging mirror and a lantern. The wood stove is good for chilly evenings, although they supply fire starter and matches, bring fatwood and long matches to get the huge logs going!
We brought sleeping bags and food for lunch; the bear box is right behind the tent. We ate at the lodge for breakfast and dinner, breakfasts were great, dinners varied widely, one member of our group found a steel tack in her steak at one dinner. The manager was shocked too and comped her meal, but no one felt much like eating after that. Ask for the a la carte dinner, less expensive, doesn't include soup or dessert.
We used headlamps in the evening, but we had a full moon to light our way to the restroom at night!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tuesday Aug. 27 - While the fire is not anticipated to reach White Wolf, the National Park Service has evacuated the area as a precaution. White Wolf is closed, including the lodge, campground, road, and trails originating from White Wolf. This area is closed due to smoky conditions. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- White Wolf Hotel Yosemite National Park