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What a great late summer respite from the heat of Texas. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay! Tents were as expected. Beds comfortable. Communal bathrooms were kept clean. Food was AMAZING. Assigned dining at night turned out to be a blessing in disguise...met wonderful people at each...More
We spent a last minute surprise anniversary weekend at this amazing property. The food, the staff, the facilities were top-notch. The views and location were utterly amazing! To find such an experience and luxury venue in an idyllic place is incredibly unique. This is the...More
Honestly, the views and dinners were amazing. We just got back so was the end of the season and very VERY cold at night and dinner. Since dinner is outside, we wore hats and gloves...nothing wrong with that, but for $500/night, you think they could...More
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Response from SHSCCamper, Manager at Sequoia High Sierra CampResponded 22 September 2016
-I am sorry our guest did not see all of our many maps. We have a map hung on the wall, we have topographical maps on the table, we have U.S. Forest and National Park service maps and stacks of our area guide books with...More
I would highly recommend the Sequoia High Sierra Camp to anyone looking for an eco-friendly wilderness experience with wonderful creature comforts. My husband and I plan something special for our anniversary each year and we found the Camp the perfect setting for our recent 3...More
Where do I even start? This place is the best. It's a completely unique experience. Sleep in your tent, wake up to coffee and a delicious breakfast and chat with fellow campers, then pack a lunch and hike all day. Return for a snack and...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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"tents 23 and 25 are closest to the bath house/shower building."