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town closer than fresno for hotel?

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town closer than fresno for hotel?

fresno is 1:15 from entrance to park. i'm wondering if there are hotels closer to the big stump entrance?

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1. Re: town closer than fresno for hotel?

Here is information directly from the park website. You are looking for lodging along Highway 180:

nps.gov/seki/…lodgingoutsideparks.htm

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2. Re: town closer than fresno for hotel?

There is a tiny "town" called Squaw Valley (actually not much more than a gas station and a small old motel.) Not the same as the Squaw Valley near Lake Tahoe so if you do a search make sure it's the right place. Also look in the area of Wilsonia, CA, which is in the park boundaries and may have some B&B's or vacation rentals. Also in that area are the John Muir Lodge and Grant Grove Cabins.

Edited: 3:58 pm, June 07, 2014
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3. Re: town closer than fresno for hotel?

The money saved staying outside the park is not worth the drive back/forth up/down into the park.

Stay in the park if you can........

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