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Waterfall on Bear Creek directly behind cabin

Waterfall on Bear Creek directly behind cabin Feb-May is wildflower season! Yokohl Valley on the way to Sequoia Ntl. Park Living area with leather furniture. Dining and kitchen beyond. Living area with wood stove, flat screen TV, Wifi, iPod stereo & lots of windows Fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances Queen bedroom with luxury linens, down comforter and soft bath robes View to the west West side of cabin Treehouse deck with propane barbeque and hand made Adirondack chairs. Waterfalls behind cabin. Note chair in upper left for scale.

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  • Minimum stay:2-4 nights
  • Internet:Yes
  • Pets considered:Yes
  • Wheel chair accessible:No

Springville cabin description

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Waterfall cabin is a romantic, newly refurbished, redwood shake cabin with lodge decor, new leather sleeper sofa, Franklin wood stove, and open beamed ceilings. Large picture windows on the south and east sides provide natural light and views that distinguish it from other mountain cabins.

The Waterfall cabin is in a private location on 1 1/2 acres surrounded by woodland and not within a mountain community or resort development. It is within the Giant Sequoia National Monument at 3800 feet elevation and only an eight mile drive from Giant Sequoia Groves in Balch Park.

There are breathtaking view of the mountains to the east and an expansive view of the valley (sometimes to the Coast Ranges) to the west. It has a spacious 'tree house' deck with gas barbecue for outdoor relaxation. Luxury towels, Egyptian cotton linens, Turkish bath robes, and down comforters are provided for a special romantic experience. The cabin is now equipped with high speed internet and Wifi!

A stunning series of waterfalls and pools carved out of solid granite bedrock are on the property just behind the cabin on Bear Creek for swimming or relaxing by. It is a perfect 'out there' couple's retreat for those who want to lose the touristy scene and find some serenity. The cabin is situated above the level of the waterfalls and access is by a short but steep switchback trail down to Bear Creek.

A comprehensive hiking and recreation binder is provided at the house with maps and descriptions of local hikes, Big Trees, swimming and fishing holes, waterfalls, and scenic drives and horseback rides to help you plan your time.

Dog owners can take their dogs on the leash onto the Giant Sequoia National Monument trails in this area as opposed to the National Park where dogs are not allowed on trails.

The cabin is surrounded by pines, oaks, and manzanitas and serenaded by the sound of the waterfall. The site was a long-time camp for local Native Americans. Artifacts have been discovered here and mortar stones for grinding acorns surround the cabin. Naturalists and Bird watchers have wildlife viewing galore in our untouched part of the Sierra. Roadsides, pastures and woodlands come alive in the Spring with native wildflowers and blossoming Redbuds and Dogwoods.

Take the scenic drive up Yokohl Valley road to the nearby towns of Exeter or Visalia and enjoy antiquing and art hunting in their historic downtowns. We are nearby the quaint untouched village of Springville with lovely gift shops and diverse eateries from down-home to upscale.

Come to the Springville area for our Springville Sierra PRCA Rodeo in late April or our popular Apple Festival craft and food fair in mid-October. Our spectacular wildflower season is March through May.

Keywords: Cabin

Property Type

  • 750 sq. ft.
  • Cabin
  • 1 story

Accommodation Type

      • Vacation Rental

      Meals

          • Guests Provide Their Own Meals

          Suitability

          • Limited Accessibility:

            Front door is a short distance from parking. Path is fairly narrow and meanders around low boulders. One step up onto front landing. Deck behind cabin is split level with 3 steps. Trail to creek/waterfalls is not handicap accessible. General terrain and trail down to creek may be difficult for some children and adults. Ask owner....moreless

          • Children Welcome:

            High chair and kid-gate for deck is provided. Ask for portable crib. General terrain and trail down to creek may be difficult for some children and adults. Ask owner....moreless

          • Pets Considered:

            2 dogs maximum. Must be groomed and flea free. Bring your own dog bed....moreless

          • Minimum Age Limit For Renters:

            25...moreless

          • Non Smoking Only

          Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Beds for 2-4

          • Bedroom 1: 1 queen

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          • Convertible bed(s): 1 sleep sofa /futon

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          • Queen size Beds (1) New pillow top mattress., Baby Cribs (1) Please request portable crib prior to your arrival., Sleep Sofa or Futons (1) Queen leather sleeper sofa in living room. Foam topper provided for extra comfort....moreless

          Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom

          • Bathroom 1: toilet, combination tub/shower

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          Kitchen & Dining

          • Cooking Utensils:

            Extensive utensils, pots and pans. Coffeemaker, grinder and French press provided....moreless

          • Kitchen:

            Modern appliances....moreless

          • Refrigerator:

            Roomy fridge....moreless

          • Dining Area Seats:

            4...moreless

          • Child's Highchair
          • Stove
          • Coffee Maker
          • Microwave
          • Ice Maker
          • Pantry Items
          • Dishes & Utensils
          • Toaster
          • Oven

          Amenities

          • Linens Provided:

            600 thread count sheets, down comforters, super soft quality towels and bath robes provided....moreless

          • Wood Stove:

            Firewood provided mid October through mid May...moreless

          • Towels Provided:

            Bath, hand, beach, dog...moreless

          • Air Conditioning:

            Remote controlled...moreless

          • Parking Off Street:

            2 cars maximum...moreless

          • Living Room
          • Iron & Board
          • Hair Dryer
          • Fireplace
          • Heating
          • Parking

          Other Amenities

              • Creek/Waterfall Access, Firewood, Gas Furnace, Ceiling Fan, Games, DVD Collection, Book Collection, Coffee Grinder, French Press, Coffee Maker, Luxury Linens provided, Bath Robes, Dial-up internet, hair dryer, down comforters, local hiking and recreation guide, DVD library, books and games...moreless

              Entertainment

              • Video Library:

                Comprehensive DVD library for a wide variety of tastes. Stereo has iPod/iPhone docking station....moreless

              • Television:

                Flat screen TV for use with DVD player -- no network reception...moreless

              Communications

              • Telephone:

                Bring calling card for long distance. ATT cellular reception only...moreless

              • Wireless Internet:

                Router on site for Wifi. Bring your laptop....moreless

              Outdoor Features

              • Deck / Patio:

                Split level 'tree-house ' deck with handmade Adirondack chairs, picnic table and umbrella and a sweeping view....moreless

              Theme

              • Sports & Activities
              • Tourist Attractions
              • Romantic
              • Adventure
              • Away From It All

              Location & View

              • Waterfront:

                Bear Creek and waterfalls behind the cabin. The cabin is situated above the level of the waterfalls and access is by a short but steep switchback trail down to Bear Creek. Small granite pools for swimming. This part of the creek is semi-private, accessible only by adjoining property that is rarely occupied....moreless

              • Mountain View:

                Sequoia-crowned Sierra to the east....moreless

              • Rural

              Car

                  • Necessary

                  Activities

                  • Fly Fishing
                  • Equestrian Events
                  • Cycling
                  • Hunting Small Game
                  • Hunting Big Game
                  • Freshwater Fishing
                  • Swimming
                  • Water Skiing
                  • Medical Services
                  • Massage Therapist
                  • Jet Skiing
                  • Snowmobiling
                  • Cross Country Skiing
                  • Mountain Climbing
                  • Parasailing
                  • Hiking
                  • Tennis
                  • Hunting
                  • Mountain Biking
                  • Rock Climbing
                  • Fishing
                  • Skiing
                  • Paragliding
                  • Mountaineering
                  • Golf
                  • Wind-Surfing
                  • Water Tubing
                  • Restaurants
                  • Winery Tours
                  • Recreation Center
                  • Horseback Riding
                  • Sight Seeing
                  • Wildlife Viewing
                  • Playground
                  • Cinemas
                  • Churches
                  • Health/Beauty Spa
                  • Museums
                  • Live Theater
                  • Library
                  • Antiquing
                  • Fitness Center
                  • ATM/Bank
                  • Boating
                  • Laundromat
                  • Hospital
                  • Groceries
                  • Sledding
                  • Gambling Casinos
                  • Eco Tourism
                  • Bird Watching
                  • Shopping
                  • Walking
                  • Scenic Drives

                  Other Activities

                      • Drive just a few miles up the mountain and hike or ski to ancient Giant Sequoia groves and idyllic mountain lakes, then have a massage at our local wellness spa, Rent horses from our local Pack Stations, Our mountain region is a mecca for rock climbers, snow mobilers, back country horseman, and hang gliders, There are many opportunities for fishing on Success Lake, the roaring Tule River and beautiful mountain lakes, Water sport enthusiasts will enjoy local Lake Success for jet skiing, boating and water skiing, Our area also has Eagle Mountain Casino for gaming, and River Island Country Club for golfing...moreless
                       

                      Reviews

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                      • Glorious!

                        Glorious!

                        • Guest nw217 (Germany)
                        • Date of stay 08/01/07
                        • Review Submitted 12/19/07
                        My husband and I spent two wonderful weeks at the Waterfall Cabin. It was all it was described to be and more! The proximity of the Great Sequoias makes the area special, to say the least. The owners of the property are gracious and hospitable, for example offering homegrown veggies from their garden. The furnishing of the cabin is clean, comfortable and tasteful, truly lovingly cared for. Not only would I recommend this property to anyone, but we hope to visit again in the near future.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, girls getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, romantic getaway.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 17/18

                      • Cozy Cabin for Weekend Getaway

                        Cozy Cabin for Weekend Getaway

                        • Guest Mickey M.
                        • Date of stay 03/30/14
                        • Review Submitted 04/04/14
                        We loved staying at your adorable cabin. It was the perfect size and location for a little getaway for my husband and I. We loved sitting out on the deck and hearing the waterfall down below. The mossy rocks and oak trees all around are so peaceful and beautiful. We also loved sitting out on the rocks by the waterfall and just watching the water flow by. We drove up to Nelson Camp and hiked out in the snow to some Sequoias. We really wished we could have stayed a few days more. We definitely want to go back again. Thank you very much for sharing this little bit of heaven with us.

                        Recommended for: Romantic getaway.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 0/0

                      • Comfortable Get-away

                        Comfortable Get-away

                        • Guest J & B (San Diego)
                        • Date of stay 09/12/13
                        • Review Submitted 09/17/13
                        For a mid-September visit, the cabin proved a nice retreat from urban hussle and chatter. The kitchen was well-equipped, the place clean, the bed mighty comfortable, and the views out the windows pleasant in all directions. We had just come from a lovely rural place in Ojai so perhaps we were a bit jaded with the mountain views here. Shelly was responsive, pleasant, and full of information. We have two reservations: 1) the waterfall in September was not audible even and the path down to it is treacherous for most people and environmentally unsound and should not be a featured attraction. We speak as experienced hikers. 2) If you want to hike or be in Sequoia National Park, the drive is over 2 hours one way down windy roads, and it is far better to stay in the park itself.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, romantic getaway, adventure seekers.

                        Owner response: Unfortunately, after two winters with no snow pack in the High Sierra (a fraction of normal precipitation) & being near the end of the dry season of the year, Bear Creek is indeed the lowest we have seen it this mid September. However, it is still flowing (unlike many creeks and rivers in the Sierra below 5000’ which dry up annually in the summer). The water is clear and cold and the series of granite pools below the falls are full. While the waterfall is not spectacular at the moment, it is audible from the top of the trail behind the cabin & this private spot, carved out of a granite slope is a special & soothing place to relax. Most of the year (and most years) the water level has not been an issue & the creek normally runs quite strong through the summer. As for the trail leading to the creek level, it is a narrow, steep switchback trail winding down through the trees & boulders. We do describe it as such & state in our ads & on our website that it may not be suitable for children, handicapped or out of shape adults. We have rarely had a complaint about it, but it does require care & is strenuous going back up. We state plainly in our initial email to inquirers that we are located within Giant Sequoia National Monument (not the National Park) at 3800’ & 8 miles from the closest groves. Our website also has extensive information about our local area. There is indeed some general confusion about the difference in public land jurisdictions within the Sequoia region. There is the National Park, National Monument and National Forest. The differences have to do with approved uses, governing organizations and budgets. As far as scenery goes, all have old growth Giant Sequoia groves, vistas, rivers, lakes, and extensive hiking trails. We feel that the advantages of enjoying destinations outside the ‘Park’ are: less people more access (big trees are not behind fences as in the Park) dogs allowed on trails horseback riding is available no entry fee While one can stay in a lodge within the Park, if you are looking for a more intimate & unique experience, private properties will only be available outside the boundary. This means that you would lodge below 1500’ elevation & have quite a drive up to the Sequoia elevation at 6000’. The Waterfall Cabin is within the Monument at 3800’ & is only an 8 mile drive to the closest Giant Sequoia groves where most have enjoyed this beautiful and off the beaten path area.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 3/3

                      • Honeymoon Stay

                        Honeymoon Stay

                        • Guest Allysa Hamilton (Chicago, IL, USA)
                        • Date of stay 08/24/13
                        • Review Submitted 09/11/13
                        My husband and I had a wonderful stay at the Waterfall Cabin in Springville, CA. We wanted to do something a little bit off the beaten path (literally) for our honeymoon and this was a perfect fit! Plus, the cabin was very cozy and clean with lots of great information provided about the nearby parks and attractions. We definitely did quite a bit of windshield time to see everything we wanted but the cabin was a pretty central location to all different attractions while being pretty up in the mountains where you're going to get wonderful peace and quiet and some hiking right in the backyard. If you drive a bit up the mountain, you'll cross into Balch Park which was our favorite place to hike and experience. It was equally as cool as the Sequoia National Monument while being a lot less busy and way more off the beaten path.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, pet owners, girls getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, romantic getaway, adventure seekers.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 0/0

                      • A Calm, Rejuvenating Getaway

                        A Calm, Rejuvenating Getaway

                        • Guest Anonymous
                        • Date of stay 07/24/13
                        • Review Submitted 08/05/13
                        Away from the buzzing phones, the sound of honking cars and the heavy smell of air pollution sits a cabin atop a hill that will remind you of what it means to be alive again--of what a sky looks with all its constellations and shooting stars, of how truly free-range cows roam the hills, of how un-chlorinated water feels on your skin. It's a place that will remind you not to sweat the small stuff...because it's all small stuff.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, pet owners, girls getaway, families with young children, romantic getaway.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 3/4

                      • Amazing Cabin and Beautiful Sequoia Mountains!!

                        Amazing Cabin and Beautiful Sequoia Mountains!!

                        • Guest Anonymous
                        • Date of stay 07/07/13
                        • Review Submitted 07/11/13
                        We have been to many cabins in California including Northern Sequoia. This is by far one of the nicest cabins and locations we have ever been to. When you arrive, all you hear is the waterfall and the quietness of the Sequoia National Forest. The cabin is surrounded by the wild Sequoia National Forest with a beautiful waterfall directly in back of the cabin. Inside the cabin are everything you need and even internet access. Bring plenty of movies as this is not a place to sit around and watch cable. You should be out enjoying the local beauty of this enchanting land. There are many other rivers you can experience such as Lower Coffee and Hidden Falls which is about a 45 drive directly up Bear Creek road and into Mountain Forest. It's a beautiful drive and well worth the time. If you have the time, take an additional hour and drive to the Camp Nelson area. There you will be able to drop by a great little tavern/restaurant and view the amazing scenery of the local mountain peaks. Very stunning! There is so much to do such as driving down through Springville and visiting the local Tule Museum. Man this place has so much information, local artifacts and plenty of history. A lady named Betty will explain the entire history of Springville to you. Very interesting. We stayed for 5 days and enjoyed every minute of it! Well worth it and time you can spend with your family and loved ones. I highly recommend this cabin and thank Shelly for her great service and beautiful cabin! Robert There are also wild berries directly up the road that you can pick and eat.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, pet owners, people with disabilities, families with young children, sightseeing, romantic getaway, adventure seekers.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 2/3

                      • Our mountain home visit

                        Our mountain home visit

                        • Guest Anji (Newburgh, in)
                        • Date of stay 06/14/13
                        • Review Submitted 06/27/13
                        We loved this mountain home soooo much. The home was incredibly cozy. With a kitchen full of amenities, we had everything we needed. The bed and sheets were absolutely amazing. and being from Indiana, we had no idea that the temps in the morning would be so cool compared to just a couple hours later when it warmed up to a great temp. Our boys were fascinated with the waterfalls. We climbed, explored, and took in the amazing natural environment. The roaming cows outside the gate were cool. The lizards and quail family brought even more memories to us. Best of all was the location to the hidden treasure...the Sequoias. A map (along with many brochures) of where to find some of the biggest made for a great treasure hunt for my husband. We were thrilled to have stayed here. Thank you, Shelly, for sharing your home.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, sightseeing, adventure seekers.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 1/1

                      • A sense of serenity

                        A sense of serenity

                        • Guest MelissaJM (Los Angeles)
                        • Date of stay 04/19/13
                        • Review Submitted 04/30/13
                        Everything about this place was perfect. The cabin was so cozy, we left the curtains wide open throughout our stay so that we could relax with the view of the trees and the sounds of the waterfall. This home definitely has some peaceful energy and makes you feel at home. The main purpose of our visit was to hike through the sequoia forest, which was a bit far from the cabin but it was absolutely beautiful and worth it. We even came across many snow patches on our hiking trail. As we were getting back from the forest, cows were trying break into the front yard but were blocked off by the property's fences (I just thought it was hilarious). After a long hike, the cabin felt so nice to end the night at. We BBQ'd and enjoyed our meals in front of the fire place. As I mentioned, everything felt so right. I can't wait to visit again soon and get away from the tiring routine of everyday work life and the ignorance of LA area living. Thank you so much, Melissa & Marilyn

                        Recommended for: Girls getaway, adventure seekers.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 0/0

                      • Waterfall Cabin

                        Waterfall Cabin

                        • Guest Victoria (Tipton, Ca)
                        • Date of stay 09/22/12
                        • Review Submitted 10/04/12
                        Great place to go for a quick couples get away! Just what we expected and would love to come back again!

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, romantic getaway.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 1/1

                      • If you want to get away from it all, then this is it....

                        If you want to get away from it all, then this is it....

                        • Guest mama (United Kingdom)
                        • Date of stay 08/31/12
                        • Review Submitted 09/07/12
                        Spent the Labour Day weekend here with my son and his fiancé and we had a great time. Played in the waterfalls and pools below the cabin and in the afternoon walked through redwoods and sequoias up in the hills behind. No crowds for us, just peace and quiet! Great

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, adventure seekers.

                        Did you find this review helpful? Yes | No Helpful votes: 1/1

                       
                      Rental basis: Per property
                      Dates Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event
                      Winter
                      Nov 15 - Apr 30, 2014
                      2 night min stay
                      $175
                      $1,000

                      Rates are based on 2 guests; add $15 per night, per additional guest

                      Spring
                      May 1 - May 22, 2014
                      3 night min stay
                      $195
                      $1,200

                      Rates are based on 2 guests; add $15 per night, per additional guest

                      Summer
                      May 23 - Sep 30, 2014
                      4 night min stay
                      $195
                      $1,200

                      Rates are based on 2 guests; add $15 per night, per additional guest

                      Fall
                      Oct 1 - Nov 13, 2014
                      3 night min stay
                      $175
                      $1,000

                      Rates are based on 2 guests; add $15 per night, per additional guest


                      Additional information about rental rates

                      Fees:

                      • Refundable Damage Deposit $300
                      • Pet Fee $60 + tax
                      • Tax Rate 10%

                      Notes:

                      4 Guests maximum (2 adults, 2 children)

                      2 pets maximum

                      4 night minimum Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year

                      3 night minimum holiday weekends, May and October


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                      Location

                      • Nearest Airport: Meadows Field Airport, Bakersfield at 70 Miles
                      • Nearest Train: Amtrak Hanford, CA at 75 Miles
                      • Nearest Motorway: CA Hwy 190 at 10 Miles
                      • Nearest Barpub: Springville, CA at 10 Miles
                      • Nearest Ski: Ponderosa, CA at 25 Miles
                      • Nearest Golf: River Island Country Club at 14 Miles
                      • Nearest Restaurant: Springville at 10 Miles
                       

                      Owner info

                      Year Purchased: 2005

                      About the owner: I, my husband Matt and son Sam live at Three Springs Ranch near Sequoia in the Sierra foothills. We have an ongoing experiment with sustainable farming and hike, camp and travel when we can get away. We live here with our goat herd, chicken flock, 2 dogs, large veggie garden and 2 orchards.

                      Why the Owner Chose Springville:
                      We loved this beautiful area of the Sequoia/ Sierra that is closest to the LA area but largely undiscovered by tourists. After we committed to the 'simple life' and moved from LA, we thought it would be great to use our skills from building sets in the film industry to recreate some neglected cabins that had great locations and lots of potential so that others might be able to enjoy this rich area comfortably. The Waterfall Cabin was a neglected 70's cabin with purple shag carpet and beaded curtains that had been taken over by mice. We spent a year giving it a complete interior redo and a new deck. We love it's western character and treehouse feel and the waterfalls are truly special and amazing. The cabin sits just behind trees off a quiet road and is a short drive to the Giant Sequoia groves and the charming town of Springville.

                      The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
                      The private waterfalls and creek are a short downhill trail from the cabin which sits on a wooded bluff above. The sound is so soothing and the views make you feel like you're the only person on the mountain.


                      Contact us

                      Speaks: english

                       

                      Photos

                      • Waterfall on Bear Creek directly behind cabin

                        Waterfall on Bear Creek directly behind cabin

                      • Living area with leather furniture. Dining and kitchen beyond.

                        Living area with leather furniture. Dining and kitchen beyond.

                      • Fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances

                        Fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances

                      • View to the west

                        View to the west

                      • Treehouse deck with propane barbeque and hand made Adirondack chairs.

                        Treehouse deck with propane barbeque and hand made Adirondack chairs.

                      • Feb-May is wildflower season! Yokohl Valley on the way to Sequoia Ntl. Park

                        Feb-May is wildflower season! Yokohl Valley on the way to Sequoia Ntl. Park

                      • Living area with wood stove, flat screen TV, Wifi, iPod stereo & lots of windows

                        Living area with wood stove, flat screen TV, Wifi, iPod stereo & lots of windows

                      • Queen bedroom with luxury linens, down comforter and soft bath robes

                        Queen bedroom with luxury linens, down comforter and soft bath robes

                      • West side of cabin

                        West side of cabin

                      • Waterfalls behind cabin. Note chair in upper left for scale.

                        Waterfalls behind cabin. Note chair in upper left for scale.

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                      Date last modified - Monday, April 14, 2014

                      $175 - $195 per night (USD)
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                      1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom
                      Sleeps 4

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