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Benefits of Renting a Cabin at Yosemite Pines

When planning a trip to Yosemite National Park, consider a stay in a cabin at Yosemite pines. Unlike camping, which requires having a tent and knowing how to use it as well as cooking over an open flame, a cabin provides the same outdoorsy ambiance with the added bonus of all the modern conveniences. Here are more benefits of staying in a cabin in Yosemite Park.

A Variety of Options at Reasonable Prices – No matter if you’re a pair of newlyweds planning to honeymoon in Yosemite National Park or a multi-family unit, there’s a cabin that fits the size of your group, and more importantly – it fits the size of your budget. The cozy cabin for two is furnished with a king-size bed; the basic, standard and premium cabins are set up to sleep four; five people can comfortably sleep in the deluxe cabin; a premium loft cabin has extra space to sleep six; and the luxury cabin will comfortably sleep eight people in total. Furnishings in all cabins include linens and a full kitchen that includes a microwave, full-size fridge, coffee pot and cable television. Be sure to check the website for internet specials which lower rates even more.

A Wide Assortment of Amenities – One of the best things about a cabin rental in Yosemite Pines is the broad range of amenities. Soak up the summer sun at the resort swimming pool or enjoy watersports at the numerous rivers and lakes in the area. Winter vacationers might enjoy downhill skiing or snowshoeing. History buffs of all ages can try their hand at panning for precious minerals at the on-site gold mine. Keep up with your workout while vacationing at a Yosemite park cabin with a mountain bike ride or hike on the scenic trails in the surrounding area. Campers longing for the taste of food cooked over an open flame will enjoy grilling at their personal outdoor BBQ grill or at the pavilion and picnic area. The pet-friendly resort also boasts complementary T-1 Wi-Fi throughout the Yosemite cabin rentals, and a laundry facility for washing and drying clothes or sleeping bags.

Special Resort Activities – Events and activities abound when your vacation includes cabin rentals in Yosemite national park. A current list can be found on the Events and Activities Calendar on the website, but some past ones included movies, tractor hayrides, marshmallow roasts, kids’ activities, and themed events such as patriotic days or Wild West weekends. There’s something for everyone, even the family dog! In the summer of 2011 one special event day included free doggy treats upon checking in.

Easy access to Yosemite National Park – Located just over 150 miles east of San Francisco in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Yosemite National Park spreads across 750,000 acres. Five main entrances lead into the park, and each one is just a short drive from your Yosemite park cabin. Known for its majestic waterfalls, breathtaking groves of giant sequoias, and multiple ecosystems, Yosemite National Park is heaven on earth for nature lovers.

Some of the diverse animals that live in the park include mule deer, acorn woodpeckers, spotted owls, and less common reptiles, such as alligator lizards. Every class of animal is represented, from mammals and fish to more rare species such as the newly discovered Yosemite Cave Pseudoscorpion, an arachnid unique to the granite talus slopes in the park. Remember to check the National Park website for detailed information concerning seasonal weather updates and road closings regardless of the month of your stay, as snows can plague higher elevations well into July.

If you don’t have an RV and sleeping in a tent is not an option, a stay at Yosemite Pines can be the perfect solution for a vacation that meets a variety of “must haves” without wiping out your vacation budget. The reasonably priced lodging of a Yosemite cabin rental leaves you and your family to stay longer, giving you extra time to enjoy both Yosemite National Park and the surrounding area.

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