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Curry Village Cabins
User: Alan J from: Carlsbad, California
Published Date: Sep, 17, 2020
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We spent 4 nights in a Curry Village cabin, our first time to do so. The "cabins" are separate units in either a 2-plex or 4-plex that are spread out in a wooded area 25-50 yards from a parking lot. Concrete pathways lead to some but not all of the units, so don't count on rolling your luggage from your car to the cabin. We stayed in a 2-plex cabin that shared one wall with the other unit. The other 3 walls had windows that opened to the outdoors. The common wall bordered the bathroom and walk-in closet. We did not hear any sounds from our neighbors. The cabin was furnished with bedding, towels, hand soap, shower gel and shampoo, one double bed and one single bed, a bedside stand with lamp, full size chest of drawers, built-in desk, 2 chairs, tabletop oscillating fan, wall heater, and extra blankets. There was a ceiling light, one over the desk and one in the closet. There were many unused electrical outlets. The living area was carpeted and the bathroom had vinyl flooring. The shower stall was tiled. All the windows had curtains that could be drawn. We were instructed to close the windows while we slept or were away in order to prevent squirrels from getting in. The cabin was clean and comfortable. Everything was in working order. The beds might be too short for anyone over 6 feet tall. We enjoyed our stay and would stay at the Curry Village cabins again.
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Mini Getaway Wedding Anniversary
User: Kathy T from: Los Angeles, California
Published Date: Sep, 12, 2020
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2020
Rating: 3
Our wedding anniversary was coming up. The only place we can think doing something outdoor. So we deiced to go to Yosemite. Since they only allow 50% reservation. We booked Curry Village and stay in canvas tent cabin. We got our tent and it was #747. When you first get your cabin make sure to open the door, let the heat out before getting inside. Wait about 10min or you will get heat stroke.. Thats what happen to me. The cabin where we stay is near the trail hike Vernal Fall and Nevada fall. You do not need to drive. There are no outlet in the cabin, if you wish to have outlet you need to book cabin with heater. Outside your cabin there a bear proof storage. It is big enough for your ice chest. (FYI must bring). During the time we where there, the dinning pavilion was remodel. The only food was Meadow Grill and two food trucks. Meadow Grill food was overprice and does not taste good at all. The food truck was good but overprice. There is a mini market or you get drive to the Village grocery store if you want more selection. There is a HOT food area where you can get ribs or chicken for your lunch or dinner. Things you must bring during your stays. Ice chest snacks for hiking water bottles or water backpack wear comfortable clothes (workout/yoga clothes) hiking shoes (must) sleeping bags bugs repletent sun screen sun hat/cap light jacket for night time shoes for shower caddy to hold your shampoo and etc... woman (bring a summer dress with you) it is easier for take off and on when you head to shower. sanitizer wipes mask
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Great Location, Dusty but Comfy
User: HappyTravels1359 from:
Published Date: Sep, 10, 2020
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
Stayed here in "heated" tent cabin; great location and loved that the park is very uncrowded due to Covid limits. Bring a bike to get around the valley (or rent one). The tent cabin I had (323) was in the sun for a lot of the day and got very hot. Had to open all windows to cool it off when the sun finally went down. Linens/bed was comfy but every beam in the tent was full of dust - I brought Clorox wipes and cleaned most but couldn't reach the baseboards. Bathrooms were very clean and had few people except as Labor Day holiday approached. The tent had a light and 2 plugs for use. The heat is supposed to be off until after Labor Day - on the last night I was there (the hottest day there) - I woke up at 5 AM hearing a noise. The heat was on and I was way too hot - had to switch the electrical circuit off to get it to go off. They credited my 20% of my last day due to this issue, but it is clear some maintenance is needed! Such a great location - swimming holes in river nearby and great place to look at Half Dome.
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Gorgeous Outdoor Adventure
User: nwall0112 from: Seattle, Washington
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 3, 2020
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
My daughter and myself decided, due to the Pandemic, to go on a mother/ daughter road trip. We left from Seattle Wa and headed to Yosemites Curry Village. We stayed in what I would call a cabin/tent. It had 2 twin beds and a full size bed. We got a room with heat even though you can't use the heat this time of year, and you don't really need it either, but the rooms with heat also have one plug in. Which is what We wanted. The whole experience was beautiful. The valley is so beautiful words won't do it justice. There are plenty of hikes to do, we did mist trailšŸ¤Ŗ which was worth it! There are places to swim in the river which was nice on the 90+ degree days. I would totally recommend this place to stay it's close the most things you'd want to do.

Very cute! A great Yosemite 'glamping' experience!
User: O213CFmelissab from: Orange County, California
Published Date: Aug, 19, 2020
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We stayed at a cabin in Curry Village for 2 nights in August during COVID-19 with our 2 young boys and had a wonderful time. It was a great escape and we felt very comfortable here (from a Covid perspective). Curry Village has a cute camping vibe but we loved having a cabin with our own bathroom. They had food trucks in the parking lot - one with the best margaritas and churros! The cabins are dated but this is a great location and will give you the true Yosemite experience. Bring your bikes - lots of biking paths close-by (or you can rent them on-site).
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