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Recent Sequoia, Kings Canyon reviews

  • Family Vacation

    "Great fit for a large group... everyone had plenty of room! Kings Canyon was about 30/45 min drive up the windy road. .. but we all had a great time! We think the grills on the big bbq need a lil upgrade... old with a few holes on the grills and a few rooms need new mattress but the lil things did not stop us from having a great time! Far Away from the grocery so make sure you bring plenty of food! Everything was clean and in good condition! Thank you for having us! And thank you Melinda for all your help!"
    Guest: Lydia Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014
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  • Great Weekend Get Away

    "The location was private and allowed for relaxation. The house was exactly as described and we enjoyed the pool, spa and a movie under the stars. The owner was easy to work with especially considering the last minute rental. She was very hospitable. I will be back to rent again."
    Guest: Erika Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 2, 2014
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  • Beautiful and peaceful

    "Great place! I loved it. I stayed with my family and friends. The owner (Dennis) is really kind and accommodating. The house is really comfortable (especially if you plan on cooking there) and it's only about 40 minutes from the park. The photos posted here don't do justice to the view you get from the porch. There is little light pollution during the night, so you can checkout the night sky if the clouds are sparse. Just be careful with locking the doors; not all of them are consistent. I got locked out once, but Dennis was kind enough to drive in the middle of the night to give me the spare key. I'm not surprised everyone has given a 5 for this place. It's perfect for a family getaway. I'd highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to visit the park."
    Guest: Sathish Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014
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    "We had a great time at this cabin with our family of 4 (2 adults, 2 toddlers!) Our kids loved all the toys, books, and games provided at the house. Everything you need to feel right as home is waiting for you. The beds are super comfy, towels are soft and cozy, and everything is well kept. We enjoyed our first day hiking at Balch Park (a twisty trip up the mountain but worth the drive to see the huge sequoia trees and hidden falls!). Our second day was spent hiking Lower Coffee Camp, a lunch at The Hamburger Stand in Springville, followed by a hike of the wildflowers. If you have small children (like we do!), be sure to bring a backpack carrier as the hikes involve a lot of boulders and require balance (not something toddler are very good at!). We hope to return to the cabin later this summer so we can enjoy the pool (it never got warm enough this trip) and to hopefully jump in the waters at the Hidden Falls and Lower Coffee Camp!"
    Guest: Munoz Family Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 11, 2014
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Squaw Valley Travel Tips

Squaw Valley Cabins Can Keep You Comfortable

When you are heading on vacation, you don't to be rushed or crowded. Unfortunately, you can feel both of these sensations when you choose to stay in a hotel. Many hotels shove as many people as they can in a small area. Instead, choosing Squaw Valley cabins allows you to spread out and have a little more time to relax. With Squaw Valley lodging, you will never feel pressured by those around you to move faster, and you'll never be cramped in a small elevator with too many other people. These vacation homes offer you all the amenities and freedoms of home, so you'll never feel cramped or rushed.

History in the Making

Near your Gold Country High Sierra vacation rentals, you will find a huge variety of historical sites. Many people have heard of the gold rush, but have they experienced it? Take a day trip from your Squaw Valley cabins and you will find not only Sutter Gold Mine, where you can actually tour a real gold mine, but you will also be able to head to Gold Country Museum, where you can see the history of the area, and even pan for gold yourself!

Ghosts in the Area?

There are a few historical buildings in the area that are said to be haunted. It is said that the Wyllie house, which was built in 1893, is haunted. Many think that it is the wife of Mr. Wyllie, who owned the home. The Murphys Historic Hotel also has a ghost, named Eleanor. With a wealth of old buildings in the area, it is no surprise to some that many of these are said to be haunted. Just don't get too scared - most likely, your Squaw Valley lodging is not haunted.

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