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First of all I never thought I would be someone who would take advantage of 'glamping.' I usually carry my tent and food and enjoy the full outdoor experience. For a lot of reasons, this year it was impossible to do that kind of backpacking....More
This was truly glamping. The accommodations were great-comfortable beds and hot showers. Such a treat after hiking in the beautiful mountains. The food was unbelievable. Fantastic 5 course dinners every night with emphasis on fresh produce.There was an excellent choice of reasonably priced wines and...More
I never thought I would go "glamping" but just returned from having a fabulous time at Sequoia High Sierra Camp. The owners were on vacation, but the Keith and Noel were excellent hosts. The Lithuanian college students who served and cleaned were hard-working and friendly....More
We stayed here for a wedding on site in late June and were amazed at the balance of such a beautiful natural setting with excellent service, luxurious accommodations, and delicious eats. We've been wanting to try our hand at "glamping" and this likely spoiled us...More
If the children are interested in hiking in would be. A 7 year old girl was there when we were and she hiked a couple of days with her parents. On the third day she went horseback riding. There are no specific children's... More
If the children are interested in hiking in would be. A 7 year old girl was there when we were and she hiked a couple of days with her parents. On the third day she went horseback riding. There are no specific children's activities so it will be the parents' responsibility to entertain them.
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