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While my wife and I were traveling to Cedar Grove (a beautiful drive through the canyon), we came upon a head on collision (please hug the right side of your lane when driving in these type of road conditions). Three hours later we arrived at...More
I was looking forward to our stay at this National Park lodge. I have generally had very good experiences at National Park lodges. After spending the day driving from Yosemite and walking among the amazing giant sequoias, we were tired and hungry. Dinner turned out...More
We knew this place would be basic and that's fine, some national park lodges are that way and it's always been a fun and comfortable stay. Still, we were surprised that Cedar Grove Lodge had no rustic appeal despite it's location and age. It was...More
You can't beat the location- last place to stay before season closes in October. Food is very basic but it's decent and hot- 3 meals/day. Rooms are small with no tv and minimal internet access. But there is so much to do outdoors! Waterfalls to...More
The Cedar Grove Lodge is not competing with other hotels. It is competing with camping. Standards are set accordingly.
I wasn't expecting it to be fancypants. But it's not clear there have been any major improvements since about 1972.
I spent two nights. I tried...More