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Thoroughly enjoyed the Wuksachi Lodge. Be aware, the sleeping rooms are NOT in the Lodge, but are in three separate buildings a few hundred yards away. We didn't mind the walk, though, on a well-marked path. The rooms are very basic, but then you don't...More
If you aren't into camping, this is the place to stay. It is a bit pricey,, but our package was the bed and breakfast and so we at least had a meal included in the price. Don't take a lot of luggage as there is...More
This a very nice place to spend a couple of nights it you're not into sleeping on the dirt. Lodging in the park is limited so you can't be too picky. The rooms are good sized, clean, and within walking distance of the restaurant and...More
We are seniors and my wife and I recently stayed two nights at the Wuksachi lodge. Although we may have lucked out with the weather and winds so that the fire nearby did not affect us, kudos to the housekeeping manager, Kim. We arrived via...More
We arrived late in the day and checked in with our family of four. We stayed in a suite that had had two beds and a pull out sleeper sofa. Unfortunately, the sleeper sofa was unusable. When pulled out, the sofa would not lay anywhere...More
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US$129 - US$248 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Wuksachi Lodge And Village ,
Wuksachi Lodge & Village Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park ,
I would do it all yourself. Why pay and be with all the other people? From Wuksachi...General Sherman Tree and Congress Trail is a mere 10 minute car ride, Moro Rock you park at the museum which is 12 to 15 minutes and take... More
I would do it all yourself. Why pay and be with all the other people? From Wuksachi...General Sherman Tree and Congress Trail is a mere 10 minute car ride, Moro Rock you park at the museum which is 12 to 15 minutes and take a free shuttle, from there it is another free 10 minute shuttle to Crescent Meadow and Tharp's Log and other hiking trails. The cost is free! You are very close to all the main attractions. If you are going to see Kings Canyon see that's on the way in or going out so not worth going to Sequoia and backtracking 30 miles to there..on the way out to Fresno
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"They will tell you up front that they have no wi-fi, which makes sense being at approx 7,000 feet. Unplug..."