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The cabin was really cool in the middle of the woods.
We were just off the main lodge, it was heated when we went inside which was great as outside was quite cold. We wee 5 minutes from the restaurant.
We had a cabin with...More
We were excited about our visit here. Upon arrival, staff were very friendly. The cabins looks very sweet, but tired from outside. Lodge appears to have big investment in it, but not the cabins which are the heritage of the site, which seems sad. Our...More
My husband and I stayed in the cabins for 3 nights in Sequoia. When we arrived we checked in at the John Muir Lodge and the staff was extremely helpful and polite. The cabin itself was adorable. It had two beds, two small dressers, one...More
We rented a duplex cabin with a private bath. It was pretty clean, but the walls were thin and the neighbors were noisy. Biggest problem we had was just finding the right parking lot and the registration center. The signs in the park are sometimes...More
Thank Eileen W
Response from Dan C, General Manager at Grant Grove CabinsResponded 20 September 2017
Thank you for your feedback. I am sorry that you found the way-finding difficult. We have signs near the Visitor's Center and before and after the next parking lot. It is a fine line providing enough signs and not too much that it distracts from...More
This is a decent in-the-park lodging option. Cabins do NOT have electricity, which means no lights, heat or outlets for charging phones. We brought solar and battery operated lights. The beds are comfortable, and there is a dresser to unload luggage and a small closet...More
There are no fire pits. The only open fires allowed are in the campgrounds. To answer your other question, if you are in a tent or cabin you are allowed to use a stove outside but will need to very conscientious of clean... More
There are no fire pits. The only open fires allowed are in the campgrounds. To answer your other question, if you are in a tent or cabin you are allowed to use a stove outside but will need to very conscientious of clean up so it does not impact wildlife.