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Yosemite's New Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge

The only thing more magical than visiting Yosemite in the fall is staying in your own private cabin while there! The all-new Explorer Cabins at Tenaya Lodge make the perfect basecamp for your Yosemite fall getaway. The cabins are tucked among a sugar pine mountain forest beside a flowing creek.

Red Adirondack chairs and firepits are scattered around the property. Ideal for couples, a group of friends, or families, each cabin has a wet bar area with a compact fridge and freezer, microwave, and a Keurig coffee maker, living area with a fireplace, two bedrooms, modern televisions, bathroom, large deck, and dog-friendly options.

Your stay includes full access to Tenaya Lodge’s main amenities (spa, restaurants, pool, Wi-Fi, etc.). Even the dog can get a massage!

During the day, visit iconic sites like the newly re-opened Mariposa Grove (open seasonally), learn the art of fly-fishing, or relax around the pool at Tenaya. And don’t miss the Glacier Point at Sunset tour.

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