Grant Grove Cabins
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#3 of 17 campsites in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
4.8 of 5 bubbles
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4.1 of 5 bubbles
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Located in the Grant Grove Village, these cabins are for guests who want a more rustic experience, while enjoying a convenient location from which to explore all the sights and activities found in both Sequoia and Kings Canyon.
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Free parking
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Convenience store
Gift shop
Picnic area
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Non-smoking rooms
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General's Hwy, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA 93633
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Car recommended
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slambert502018 wrote a review Mar 2020
Los Angeles, California
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The cabins I've stayed in are not as attractive as the photo but they are clean and warm. The bathroom facility functioned properly. The setting outside the cabin often includes roads and parked cars. What's so good about the cabins? They are close to one of the last natural areas that host Giant Sequoia groves. Excellent hiking trails are within two miles of the cabins. Decent park restaurants, groceries, souvenir shops and the Grant Grove visitors centers are all with walking distance of the cabins. The lodge is nicer but it quickly fills and costs twice the price. The rustic cabins have no electricity and you must hike to the shared bathrooms. The cabins are probably the best value, if the price doesn't rise next season.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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malh wrote a review Jun 2024
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed one night after spending the afternoon in Kings Canyon NP and then the following day in Sequoia NP after checkout, in a summer tent cabin. Its a small wooden structure with a canvas roof, nil electricity so bring a torch and power pack. It has two small double beds. Amazing spot! Small cabin numbers so was really peaceful, the stars were incredible! We self catered but there is a restaurant on site and a small store if you needed to buy food (pot noodle, can of soup etc they had a microwave and boiling water). The toilet and shower block were what you would expect of a campsite, clean and functional. I would stay again it was great.
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Date of stay: May 2024
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jennifer S wrote a review Aug 2023
Williamsburg, Virginia
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The room had enough space for my family of four with two full sized beds. They were comfortable. Access to shared bath house was close enough (we got to pick from four available units) to cabin. Water was nice and hot in shower. They were supposed to provide soap, shampoo and conditioner in the shower stall, but the one I was in only had conditioner left. No electricity so with it getting to 50’s at night, the thin blankets weren’t enough to stay warm (even two of them, we asked for another blanket for each bed). But these were the least expensive lodging option, so you get what you pay for.
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Date of stay: August 2023
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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ttiottn1 wrote a review Oct 2021
Ohio
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We’ve stayed in many cabins in many national parks; the Grants Grove “timber” cabins are very rustic even by national park standards with issues so I don’t recommend staying in one. We stayed 2 nights in a “duplex cabin with bath”;. The windows are a bit tricky to work; they have screens but many of ours would not shut tight. There is no A/C and no fans available (we asked at the front desk); lucky for us the nights did get cold enough to allow for sleep. In fact we’d have to close the windows half way thru the eve. The bed and sheets were comfortable and allowed for a good night’s sleep. Everything else looked worn out. The 2 chairs had fabric on the seats that were so stained we did not dare sit on them without covering them with towels. The cabin had 2 beds but IMHO was way too small for a family of four; it was tight with just 2 adults. The bathroom was tiny and the toilet flushed so hard it sprayed water on the floor. And the water pressure for the shower was way too high; luckily it was adjustable at the faucet to not hurt you. The bulb in the closet had no cover and was janky; the bulb outside the cabin also had no cover. The pine trees left extremely sticky clear sap on everything outside the cabin. It was all over the stairs and deck leading to the cabin so there was no way to not track it into the cabin. Somehow miraculously we were able to keep our suitcases clean. The table and chairs on the deck would have been nice had they not been covered in the sticky sap too. A simple awning (rather than cutting down the trees) would fix this situation but alas there was none. I even got the sap on one of my shorts and it won’t come out, e.g., the shorts are now ruined. The ice is up at the John Muir lodge which is a hike and there is no ice bucket; they give you a plastic garbage bag to put it in. But not before sternly warning you to NOT fill ANY coolers. The woman working the front desk was rude about that fact when she could have been nicer about it; “Are you SURE you are NOT going to fill a cooler?” She was NOT pleasant at all. When I asked her about a fan she acted like I was asking for something completely unreasonable. I’m usually fine with rustic accommodations in the park but I won’t stay here again; too many issues and at $160 a night including all taxes & fees not worth it.
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Date of stay: September 2021
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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John Bolger wrote a review Oct 2023
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Grant Grove Cabins are old but very comfortable wooden duplex structures. These are not cookie cutter rooms but do have very comfortable beds and chairs with the usual modest amenities. You can't beat staying overnight in a quiet room and waking with a beautiful National Park right out your door while you have coffee on the veranda. The nearby Restaurant provided a good selection of food but needed to be ordered at a window and picked up due to the absence of wait staff; not really a problem.
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Date of stay: September 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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soulgirl9296 wrote a review Jun 2021
Laramie Wyoming
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I was way excited to stay here, arrives here had lunch and went to check in. The reservation was cancelled. The manager gave me the date it had been cancelled, I explained that I had not cancelled. Told the manager I contacted someone three times possible to move to the main lodge, assigned cabins and confirmation. I was a hotel manager in my time and this was handled poorly. She did find us a room at another lodge but we had to pay almost $300.00 dollars, no apology about the mixup. We drove from Laramie Wyoming 2 driving days, why would I be standing at the lodging desk to check in? We travel everywhere, Europe as well. Never encountered this behavior. We checked our archives for emails about the cancellation, there was none, we should of received a robo call, there was none. I have worked for 35 years at the University of Wyoming 7 faculty and advising students and managing an office with a few staff I have supervised, Things happen, I may have made a mistake cancelling, how I don’t know but to be treated not as a customer is beyond my compass. I wasn’t rude or yelling, I answered the question politely.. only thing I couldn’t remember which credit card we used. The place we stayed at last night was fine but we are staying in Fresno tonight. I would not say to avoid the lodge but people skills need improvement and be careful with your reservations.
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Date of stay: June 2021
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Check your reservations.
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SeniorTravelerTF wrote a review Sept 2021
Fort Atkinson
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in both the tent cabin and one of the furnished units, supposedly the "honeymoon cabin". The tent cabin was very clean, well cared for and furnished with beds, a hardback chair, a bureau and some hangers. There is no heat or electricity, so bring your own light. There are also no extra blankets available, so bring warm with you because even in August it gets cool at night. And the bathroom is a separate building, as is the shower. Shower kind of gross, but after hiking it isn't optional. While showers were a bit gross, bathrooms were spotless. We thought we were taking a big step up when we moved to a cabin that was described to us as "the honeymoon cabin". While it was nice to have a bathroom and electricity and a comfortable chair - the concessionaire has not put any money into the cabin in years. It had paint peeling inside and out. The outside light, important coming back at night, did not work. The bathroom window was caked with mold. There were several examples of screw or nail holes in the cabin where they had not bothered to spackle or repaint. A doorknob was added and paint, not matching, slapped on. There was an ancient electrical switch on the wall that we did not touch it looked so antiquated. The front door did not open all the way because of warping, but to "solve" the problem they had shaved the door so it had gaps all the way around to let in light, heat and bugs. The bed was a mattress only, no box spring, so it was not supportive and very low to the floor. There was a light and clock plugged into an outlet that did not work, only to discover two days in that the outlet was controlled by a switch on the wall. Who does that? We borrowed an extension cord and maintenance never checked with us. Keep in mind that this was "the honeymoon cabin", but I would not bet the other cabins have any more attention or care.
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Date of stay: August 2021
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Avoid the cabins, try the tent cabins in best weather season
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Cindy H wrote a review Jul 2023
The Palm Beaches, Florida
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in the Grant Grove cabins that cost about $160 a night. They are very rustic very very rustic. The cabin we had number one was very old and rundown. We have stayed in cabins in national parks in Utah and they are on the older side but they are charming. They had nice antique type furniture and just seem more comfortable. This cabin just had old furniture, the heater didn’t work so it had a portable radiator type heater, and, the bathtub was orange from rust stains from dripping water for 50 years. It had a smell about it that you couldn’t get rid of even leaving the windows open all day. There is no Internet no TV no refrigerator no electric outlet in the bathroom, only one under the table that is reachable bThere is a coffee maker though, but that’s it. The beds are also old and there are spiderwebs in the corners overall didn’t think $160 was a good value.
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Date of stay: June 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Come into the park early in the day and stay a minimum of nights. If possible camp instead.
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Trevor M wrote a review Aug 2023
County Dublin, Ireland
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We arrived back to the cabin quite late. I was aware that it had a canvas roof but I was not anticipating the cold. That could easily be my own stupidity as I assumed in Sept in california it would be warm in the evenings but it wasn't. The temperature plummeted and it was the coldest and worst nights sleep i've ever had. I didn't expect the tent/cabin to have heating but the blankets provided were wafer thin. I'm sure people who camp regularly would have brought sleeping bags, blankets etc so it isn't really the fault of the providers but I wish they had informed us. The cabin/tent was clean and thankfully the showers the next morning were piping hot which defrosted me. Just be warned if you're staying here have additional blankets or sleeping bags with you! I think other more expensive cabins had heaters etc but we were in the cheapest one and jesus did we pay for it lol!
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Anne T wrote a review Oct 2023
Galesburg, Illinois
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed in a bath cabin at Grant Grove. The room was small but cute and the bathroom clean. There were nice toiletries including soap, lotion, shampoo, and conditioner. The room had a coffeemaker, desk, dresser, two beds, and a large closet. The heat worked fine and it was very quiet (other than the occasional critter moving outside during the night). There is a table outside the cabin for eating. The cabins are very basic but affordable in a very gorgeous area. I'm glad I had one with a bathroom.
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Date of stay: October 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Answer from JenAzz
So Cal16,012 contributions112 helpful votes
Hi Mike. First off, I'm going to recommend you ask in the Sequoia/Kings forum, where more active members will see and answer your question. Also, some of this is on the VisitSequoia website (I'm hoping you booked direct, not through a third party). That said: 1). No. Bear boxes are not needed for cabins. Just be sure not to leave any food or any scented items in your car, and while you're out, keep your cooler and other food or food-looking items in the cabins covered up (in the closet under a blanket, etc). Close the curtains when you're out. Bears know what coolers look like and what's in them. 2) There's a big sink outside at least one of the shower houses. No hot water, so boil a kettle before you wash up. 3) Over at Lodgepole, about an hour away. 4) The general store next to the Grant Grove Restaurant. Also has firewood etc. 5) I don't remember if there was daily maid service for the cabins, or if we put everything in the main dumpster. It wasn't a problem, though.
Answer from SunnyDee12
Pennsylvania26 contributions9 helpful votes
We had a rustic cabin and it had the vaulted ceilings. It had 2 double beds. I just reviewed the selection on the website, maybe it is the number of beds? Sorry, I can't be more helpful.
L B asked a question Nov 2018
Tinton Falls, New Jersey775 contributions130 helpful votes
Does the Grant Grove Cabin - One Queen have a private bath? This is the one that is more expensive than the duplex cabin.
Answer from vampiretour
San Francisco, California9 contributions3 helpful votes
I'm sorry, but I don't know the answer to that question. You will have to ask the staff at Grant Grove Cabins.
Answer from Dan C
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
The showers only work on the tokens given at the Front Desk. If you find that the 6 minutes is not enough the Front Desk Management will be able to provide additional tokens. Thank you,
Paula W wrote a tip 16 Jul
Austin, Texas18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"One less star only because my husband is a light sleeper and should have considered bringing earplugs :-)"
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Cindy H wrote a tip Jul 2023
The Palm Beaches, Florida355 contributions106 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Come into the park early in the day and stay a minimum of nights. If possible camp instead."
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Kandra D wrote a tip Oct 2022
3 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pick a room with a private bath. There was a hand pulled wagon to help get luggage to room."
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SeniorTravelerTF wrote a tip Sept 2021
Fort Atkinson1,192 contribution500 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid the cabins, try the tent cabins in best weather season"
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soulgirl9296 wrote a tip Jun 2021
Laramie Wyoming12 contributions40 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Check your reservations."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Grant Grove Cabins
Which popular attractions are close to Grant Grove Cabins?
Nearby attractions include Grant Grove (1.1 km), General Grant Tree Trail (1.0 km), and Crystal Cave (2.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Grant Grove Cabins?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and a convenience store.
What food & drink options are available at Grant Grove Cabins?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Grant Grove Cabins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Grant Grove Cabins?
Conveniently located restaurants include Grant Grove Restaurant, Pinehurst Lodge, and Grant Grove Restaurant.
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