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We had a great trip to Kings Canyon/ Sequoia National Park. We absolutely loved staying in Gtant Grove Cabin 9. It is a rustic, quirky little cabin (the oldest building in Grants grove.) It had electricity, a bathroom, coffee maker, and a refrigerator. The queen...More
We had a wonderful stay at Grant Grove Cabins and John Muir Lodge. The cabins were adorable and comfortably furnished. We enjoyed grilling at our picnic area on the little wooden stove but we did bring a gas grill.
The lodge was beautiful and the...More
Our family enjoyed the rustic cabins. A site among the trees, with just the right amount of furniture to make everyone comfortable, a short walk to the bathrooms/showers, a short drive to food and a store, and the view of the stars! Our cabin was...More
My boyfriend and I stayed at Grant Grove Cabins for one night during Memorial Day weekend. The cabin had electricity, two double beds, two rocking chairs, a closet space with hangers and a shelf, ample towels, and a heater. We found a couple insects on...More
Cabin was dated but fit the environment. It was as expected - rustic but clean. The Sequoia Park is spectacular and we were glad that we opted to stay in one of the cabins. Water was hot for showers. Even though we shared a wall...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.