Wuksachi Lodge

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4.0
#3 of 3 hotels in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
4.8 of 5 bubbles
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3.9 of 5 bubbles
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3.5 of 5 bubbles
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Hiking
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Meeting rooms
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Parking
Wifi
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Room features
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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2.5 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Park View
Mountain View
Languages Spoken
English
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Wuksachi Lodge has earned mixed reviews, with the prime location in close proximity to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks being a highlight for numerous guests. While the lodge's atmosphere is often cited as cozy, and rooms are praised for their cleanliness and comfort, some visitors find the decor outdated. Diverse opinions on service and amenities, including dining options and occasional maintenance issues, suggest experiences can vary. Despite this, the central position and inviting ambiance have made it a popular choice among travelers.
Location
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Inviting
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Basic
Value
Expensive
Cleanliness
Clean
Service
Inconsistent
Amenities
Limited

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Dev Bowman wrote a review Dec 2022
Los Angeles, California
+1
Hotel's Favourite
5.0 of 5 bubbles
First, a little context about us a travelers:

A moderately experienced outdoorsy family of three: early-50s and somewhat active, and a VERY active and gregarious 9 year old boy. We are equally at home in a five star hotel as well as in the middle of the Anza Borrego desert with nothing around but us, the stars and a cat-hole. ;)

INITIAL IMPRESSION:

We were so impressed with the location and the lodge that upon check-in we immediately extended our stay an extra day, and probably would've extended further if our schedule allowed. The scenery is breathtaking and we talked about how it was totally worth the extra 90 minutes on the road to get here versus Arrowhead/Big Bear. The dining area seemed to be just the right size, decorated for the season with a Christmas tree and a fire burning in the hearth.

THE PROPERTY

Fair warning: youre gonna get your steps in! From the main building to the room lodges is about 200 yards on a small incline with the parking lot in-between. At 7000' with backpacks it could be a little taxing if youre de-conditioned. During winter however.. who cares.. its like youre walking through a winter wonderland and the kids are having a blast playing in all the snow!

BEAR NOTE: The hotel requires all food, beverage containers (full and empty) and toiletry items be removed from your vehicle lest it be vandalized by wandering Yogis.. bears.. not gurus. So given the walk, and bear consideration, I STRONGLY SUGGEST to pack light for maximum enjoyment. There are bellhop carts but in the winter they are pretty useless.

THE ROOMS:

Beds were nice, the view is amazing, and furniture and fixtures in the room seem to have been updated.. except the shower head. I had a good laugh at that. It worked well enough for a hot shower after a day of snowshoeing and I was so grateful for it even if it was akin to a gardenhose. So I have some bad news for you: if you're gonna get chuffed at an old shower head then you may not want to make the drive and we can all enjoy the Sequoias for you.

THE FOOD:

The food was much better than what we were expecting based upon other users' reviews as well from our experiences in similar establishments. My wife is on a nutrition/training regimen, and our son has a grown-up palate but enjoys his waffles too. Even with that, we were able to find breakfast and dinner options easily. But for heavens sake - be realistic everyone. This is a really nice lodge in an amazing setting.. not The Langham.
At the time we went, it was the busiest off-season week for them (Christmas to New Years) and as such, the dining room got busy.. but heres the crazy thing.. if youre nice to the staff and treat them like living, breathing, feeling human beings.. they are nice back and it makes their day all that much better.

DESERT NOTE: If you oder a desert with your meal at the time of ordering as the cashier to hold the desert for later otherwise you'll get everything at once.

AMMENITIES:

WiFi: essentially only good for emergency emails/texts (in our case trying to reach a pet-sitter so we could stay an extra day) but who cares if you cant stream a movie and post to IG/FB/TT/ blah blah blah.. youre in the Sierra Nevada.. getcha face outta the devices and soak it in.

Activities: We took the lodge up on their snow shoe rentals and had a blast. Just strap em on and go anywhere. Theres a trailhead in the parking lot of the lodge, as well as numerous trails all over the park. We met up with a group of folks who took a trail from the Giants Museum and ended up a General Sherman.

SNOWSHOE NOTE: If you plan on going backcountry snowshoeing, BE PREPARED. Water, snacks, trail map, GPS/SOS locator if owned. REI has a great checklist to guide you. Weather changes, exhaustion, disorientation can have dire repercussions.

Shuttles: They leave approx every half-hour and go to a variety of stops: General Sherman, Wolverton, Giants Museum.

DRIVING/WEATHER

Check the weather if traveling in winter and pack chains. We have a very capable vehicle but carried chains anyway.. and they were required to be carried at one point. If youre in a 2WD vehicle have your winter driving skills ready. We saw a few passenger cars with chains really struggling on wet inclines.

BOOKING/STAFF:

We inadvertently went during the busiest off-season week for the Lodge but it never felt 'busy'. According to the staff, if we had booked the following weekend, we would've essentially had the place to ourselves and the prices for rooms clearly reflect that.
We had the opportunity to speak with a couple front desk staff as well as one of the Chefs and they all said the same thing that they had just recently had the ability to get staffed back up from the COVID staffing shortage and are continuing to add staff so I imagine that the great experience we had will only get better.

IN SUMMARY

Some of the earlier reviews really confuse me.. like, "Were we staying at the same place?" I get the staffing issues, especially after chatting with a couple of employees, but people getting down on the lack of WiFi or expecting a full-blown resort.. are you really aware of where you're headed and what the experience is truly about?
So based upon location, access to trails, snow play, friendly staff I would highly recommend the Lodge as a family getaway thats pleasantly removed from more crowded, local winter destinations. We are already talking about going back in January to explore more trails and goof around in the snow. Hope to see you there!
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Date of stay: December 2022
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: •Silliman Lodge seems more parking lot accessible and closer in general. •Parking lot to lodge...
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TinyHarms wrote a review Jun 2020
Mountain View, California
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We were lucky enough to stay the opening weekend after the COVID shut downs. Check-in was strictly at 4pm so we spent some time walking around the grounds near the lodge. Great kid friendly trails.

Masks are required inside and a cleaning team is constantly walking around wiping down common areas. The rooms are in separate buildings away from the main lobby lodge. While it's a short drive to park near the rooms and unload your luggage, it's an easy walk if you are just going to/from the restaurant. Be ready to walk a little up to your individual building, but they do have push carts to load up your luggage.

Shuttles are not running at this moment so you miss out on that amenity but being 10-15 minutes away from the General Sherman tree is unbeatable. We ended up deciding last minute to go to General Sherman around 630pm and had moments where we were the only ones by the tree.

The pizza deck didn't open until 530pm for dinner and had a very limited menu but it was quick and tasty. The room was decent, a little outdated but more than sufficient. Nice toiletries and a mini-fridge. For breakfast, they offer free coffee to guests and a variety of prepackaged breakfast items(burritos, pastries, muffin sandwich) for purchase. I found these reasonably priced and good quality.

Overall, we enjoyed our stay and the location is more than worth it. You can't beat the view walking up to the lodge!
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Date of stay: June 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Shelly Matlock, Other at Wuksachi Lodge
Responded Jul 8, 2020
Thank you for staying with us. We appreciate, as well as your fellow travelers, the details that you have included in your review. We hope that we may be of service to you and your family again in the future.
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AlejoHouston wrote a review Jun 2021
Houston
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The check in process was beyond frustrating. Check in is 4. I think we arrived close to 5 and the room was not ready. Guy checking me in said it was going to be 10 minutes. I got back in line after 10 minutes and the girl at the front desk very sarcastically told me "that was quick. The room isn't ready." So I waited another 20 minutes before going back up. It's one thing if you arrive at a property before check in and the room isn't available, but if you arrive after check-in and the room isn't available I think the least the property can do is offer a drink coupon or something. Here, they acted like they were doing me a favor to get the room ready. We went to the onsite restaurant around 6:45 and some of the daily specials were already sold out, but the pizza was okay. Breakfast in the morning was really weak. I got a $5 fruit cup which was a teacup sized bowl filled mostly with melon, a few strawberry pieces and a few pineapple chunks. If you don't like eggs you are going to leave hungry since that is basically the only hot option. There were also some very unappetizing pre-packaged muffins. It's a shame because the rooms were nice and the location is beautiful. We walked part of the trail behind the lodge and it was a very well maintained trail with no one else on it. Also, when they say no cell service, they mean no cell service. You can get some wi-fi, but your phone will otherwise be useless. There are no elevators and if you have a cooler or other food it will all have to be hauled up the stairs as no food can be left in the cars because of the bears.
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Date of stay: June 2021
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Jackie A wrote a review Jul 2021
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Wuksachi Lodge—overall was disappointing. Main pro of course is that it is located inside the park.

Pros: lovely views of the mountains. Inside the park. Comfortable beds.

Cons: for the price, rooms are basic, great for 2ppl, tight for 3. A standard hotel room, for which you are paying more than double because it is inside the park. Not many extra amenities available; shop is limited, as is the restaurant (mostly take-away.) Most disappointing is there is no place to sit outside and enjoy the view, aside from the restaurant deck. Windows are nailed shut, and have fans to blow in the outside air. Because of the location I was hoping for more of an outdoor experience staying here, but there is really nowhere to go in the lodge area, so you are kind of stuck in you room, unless you exit to explore the park.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Brett Archer, General Manager at Wuksachi Lodge
Responded Jul 10, 2021
Dear Jackie A, Thank you for taking the time to post your review. I am so very sorry we didn't live up to your expectations. Our standard rooms are indeed our smallest, but we also have Deluxe and Superior room types with the latter being junior suite like. We do have a small gift shop inside the main lodge but also operate the Lodgepole Market, a much larger gift and grocery store just 2 miles from the Lodge. You make a very good point about no place to really sit outside, other than the dining deck at the main lodge, around the guest room buildings to enjoy nature, one of the main reasons people visit. I have been looking for appropriate areas where we might put some outdoor seating and will be working with the National Park Service to see if we can bring that to fruition. Not sure if you will want to return to our "neck of the woods," anytime soon, but if you do, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at barcher@delawarenorth.com and I will be happy to help any way I can. Kind regards, Brett
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Sean C wrote a review Apr 2021
Colorado
4.0 of 5 bubbles
To enjoy this hotel it is best to keep expectations low and be pleasantly surprised. Its simple and effective for having a place to rest your head and spend more of your time out in the park. My family stayed for three nights and it met our needs well. We were four adults and the Superior Room was a good size. I believe they're the only rooms with window air units. We appreciated it in August! Try to get it with two beds because we had a king bed and two sleeper sofas and those sleeper sofas are not comfortable. Also, be aware that there are just stairs and loading in and out from the parking lot to the hotel rooms can be an ordeal. We would have appreciated help from the hotel staff but we got the job done.

I'm so glad I researched ahead of time and learned there would not be a coffee maker or microwave. (there was a small fridge) We brought a microwave, snacks, drinks, and cooler with fresher food from home and it saved us from having to eat the random (and overpriced) food at the park. I highly recommend meal planning ahead of time to avoid eating at the park (especially if you're a healthy or picky eater). Pack up a couple coolers and you'll be set for success. We were very glad we did! Especially since it was my dad's birthday and we wanted everything to be special. It was nice eating the oatmeal and fruit we brought along from our little alcove that overlooked pretty tree scenery. And drinking the instant coffee we brought along too. Took a lot of stress out of meals and gave us more freedom for exploring.

It was nice to stay central to the park and not have to drive the windy road from three rivers. Don't expect luxury at the hotel but do enjoy the natural scenery. There is no service and the wifi didn't really work so get all that stuff done before to be present on your trip :) We saw a cute family of deer on our way out, saw some stunning sunsets, and enjoyed incredible hikes. I recommend the longer drive to Kings Canyon for a beautiful experience with way less crowds.
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Date of stay: August 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: bring a microwave and your own food
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SeniorTravelerTF wrote a review Sep 2021
Fort Atkinson
3.0 of 5 bubbles
If you're seeking the NPS great lodge experience this isn't it, in fact it doesn't exist in Kings/Sequoia. The room was a standard chain hotel configuration, including a small refrigerator and - not common - a comfortable chair to read or relax in. The standout service however, is far from common chain. The lamp in our room was broken. It was fixed ten minutes after calling. Our toilet was plugged, it was unplugged within ten minutes even though we called about 8:00 pm. Food service was very disappointing, severely limited due to COVID. A saving grace, despite the food, was the ability to eat on a deck or in a dining room with large picture windows. Lodge is located well if you want to see Sequoia (but not Kings) and especially all the sites in the south end of the park.
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Date of stay: August 2021
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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gr8ful4222 wrote a review Oct 2022
Campbell, California
+1
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Having stayed at lodges in national parks before, we booked the best room we could (a superior room), and crossed our fingers. The pros: lots of space with the addition of a little alcove that had a TV, mini fridge, microwave and Keurig- yes! Nicely appointed room, although the curtains were missing some parts, but they did the job. The bathroom was much nicer than in most lodges, with lots of counter space and eco-friendly soap dispensers. And the front desk staff was friendly and polite; no issues there. It was also an easy walk from our building to the lodge and restaurant for pizza and beer, although you’ll want to take a flashlight once it gets dark.

The cons: the big one for us was definitely the noise from the heater, which would come on intermittently during the night and make a noise that sounded like someone drilling. To make things even more interesting, the way the room was set up we could also hear our neighbor’s heater, so just as one heater quieted down and we almost fell asleep, the second heater would start up. The second issue for me was the location of our room, which was on a corner right near the building entrance next to the front door. It was a highly-trafficked area next to the walkway, so we had no privacy, plus the noise of folks wheeling luggage by our windows day and night. I would really appreciate it if there was some way to request a room above the first floor, which leads to the third issue: the lodge buildings are built on a small hill above the parking lot. This didn’t bother us because we were there to go hiking after all, but I can see how it would be very difficult for some folks to make it up the hill, or push someone up in a wheelchair. We would definitely have picked a second or third floor room if we’d been given the option, and left the ground level to someone who might need it, especially because the buildings have no elevators.

Finally, my favorite thing about this lodge is the location. Twice we saw deer nibbling on the bushes around our building, and the stargazing here is excellent! We walked just a few feet
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Date of stay: October 2022
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Harperama77 wrote a review Dec 2022
London, United Kingdom
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The location and scenery was beautiful and this lodge has amazing potential nestled among the giant sequoias.

Sadly everything else is a shambles. The restaurant hands down the worst dining experience I have. Large queues for horrible, lukewarm and vastly overpriced food. Everything served in plastic containers (15 usd wine served in tiny plastic food bowl) which in the middle of a national park seems unforgivable. There weren’t even recycling bins. the room was fine though very tired. We ended up eating in our room a lot because microwave noodles infinitely better than restaurant offering. We asked for room service one day which was very cursory, no vacuumed carpet nor replaced tissue. Please leave cleaning equipment for guests if you won’t provide basic cleaning services.

Broken hairdryer which was falling apart and fire risk. Freezing cold and was told by front desk no replacement. This is after my husband walked down to reception because the room phone didn’t work either.

I appreciate you are paying high room rates for location rather than luxury but this place is worse than any motel or basic hotel I’ve visited. The front desk staff were nice but clearly over stretched and demotivated.

The park itself is stunning and the lodge pole campsite next door looked great. It hi k camping would be a better bet,
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Date of stay: September 2022
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Stay somewhere else
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OC girl wrote a review Mar 2021
3.0 of 5 bubbles
It's very conveniently located in Sequoia National Park with trails from the Lodge and also is near the corridor to Kings Canyon. Unfortunately roads were closed due to snow to Kings Canyon in early March 2021. The room that we stayed in had a musty odor like someone had their wet clothing on the carpet during their stay. The bathroom also had a dirty wet rag smell. I'm sensitive to smells and I asked housekeeping to clean it and they gave me a spray bottle to help with the smell and never got around to cleaning to bathroom. It was difficult to relax with such smells but my husband seemed ok with it. The Superior room was spacious with a King sized bed, seating in a separate section and also more seating with a tv , sofa and dining table behind a barn door. It had potential to be nice. We propped open the window to air out the space during the day during our stay. It actually helped to have masks! LOL. What can one expect as far as service during a pandemic? The food is pretty much pizza, some dinky and expensive salad selections and cafeteria sandwiches all of which were national park pricey. I actually really liked the cheese on the pizzas, though. They also had selections of the day which were just under $20.
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Date of stay: March 2021
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: We stayed in a superior room with windows in the main room and adjacent rooms, so it was pretty...
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Mark951 wrote a review Feb 2020
Riverside, California
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Our family group recently stayed here in 4 different rooms. All of the rooms were clean and neat. The beds were comfortable in 3 of them with one of them being very soft in the middle. The carpets and furniture not as aged as one would expect in this old of a Lodge. There is a very weak wifi signal as advertised. We did discover you can use the phones in the rooms to call home for no charge. There was no Micro Waves in any of the rooms so be prepared. One room near by was using a hot plate to cook which could be dangerous. The walls are a little thin so you may hear kids running down the hallway or in one case someone having a loud conversation in the hallway at 6AM. The front desk staff was very friendly and helpful checking us in and out to our rooms.
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Date of stay: February 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from smatl0ck, Guest Relations Manager at Wuksachi Lodge
Responded Mar 11, 2020
Thank you for staying with us. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us and we hope that we see you again someday.#delawarenorth #wuksachilodge #sequoianationalpark
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ellbells asked a question Jun 2024
Bromsgrove, United Kingdom6 contributions2 helpful votes
Hi, does the lodge have any areas for relaxing outside of an evening? Thank you.
Answer from Scott S
Irvine, California28 contributions4 helpful votes
There was an outdoor deck with tables, but I'm not sure if you have to order food to sit out there. We didn't use it because it was quite chilly when we there at the end of May (although they did have heat lamps outside).
EMonVACAY asked a question Apr 2024
los angeles323 contributions3 helpful votes
Do all rooms have a microwave?
Van asked a question Apr 2024
Cupertino, California
how many level does this hotel have
Answer from Claude P
Rapid City, South Dakota554 contributions387 helpful votes
3 levels and 3 or 4 buildings. No elevator. Approach from parking lot is uphill. Elevation is over 7200 feet.
Answer from David B
7 contributions5 helpful votes
The hike in and out to see General Sherman tree had me panting and I am in very good condition. But taking it slow would have been fine. It really is something to see and I would take the kids. They will have lots of fun and the views and scenery are spectacular.
angelbaby77 wrote a tip Jun 2024
Lemoore14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"It’s a hike to lodge from parking lot. "
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Mithra wrote a tip Jun 2024
Akron, Ohio37 contributions29 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Be aware that the drive up to the park is tedious. It is curved and has dozens of switch backs. It takes about an hour from Three Rivers."
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azcama wrote a tip May 2024
Green Valley, Arizona25 contributions45 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Be prepared for cool showers. The beauty of the parks is worth it."
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Claude P wrote a tip May 2024
Rapid City, South Dakota554 contributions387 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid this Lodge"
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Richard M wrote a tip May 2024
1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Lodge menu can be negotiated without breaking your budget Rooms have small fridge and microwave. Nearest Groceries have limited selection."
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PRICE RANGE
C$324 - C$675 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Wuksachi Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Wuksachi Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Giant Forest (5.3 km), Moro Rock Trail (7.2 km), and General Sherman Tree (3.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Wuksachi Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Wuksachi Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Wuksachi Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Wuksachi Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Peaks Restaurant, Lodgepole Visitor Center, and The Harrison Grill.
Are pets allowed at Wuksachi Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Wuksachi Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting General Sherman Tree (3.1 km) and The Presidente tree (3.2 km).
Does Wuksachi Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Wuksachi Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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