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Rustic, quiet queen cabin with bath at Grants Grove with desk, porch and picnic table. Cabins are old, but cozy and well maintained. Short walk to hotel, visitors center, restaurant, gift shop. Close to trials around Grants Grove. Wish we were still there!
Get a cabin with a private bathroom. All the cabins appeared rustic. Actually that is what we were looking for on this trip. I could see light coming through the door casing, that means it was drafty and the windows were not much better. Our...More
If you decide to stay in Grant Grove be sure to reserve a cottage long in advance and stay a few days. The cottages are rustic and wonderful, much better than a room in the Muir Lodge which is sort of a standard hotel in...More
While not exactly roughing it in the middle of nowhere (cabins are about 10-20 feet from their neighbors, and the interiors are like clean but rustic, bathroomless motel rooms), this was a nice and cozy way to spend time in a wonderful national park (the...More
A roof over our head. The bed was fine, No bathroom was OK for just the one night. Best part was the stove on the little porch. We had a roaring fire in it to ward of the cold night air while sitting with friends.There...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.