Unique 2-story, 4 guest room, 2500 sq ft. lodge at Yosemite National Park.
Our bedrooms are amazingly comfortable. All mattresses are brand new. Looking for something firm, something soft or something just right like the hybrid mattresses with both coils and foam? Yeah, we've got you covered. What ever your pleasure, we probably have a solution for you. Our bed frames define the room. They are custom made rustic log frames that you wont find anywhere else. The Cedar Suite has the most beautiful cedar grain wood with matching night stands. The Aspen Suite has the most unique cut with matching night stand. The Pine Room - yep, you guessed it has a pine frame that is truly unique to Firefall Lodge. The Sequoia Suite - you won't be disappointed when you experience the king of all beds in the master suite. Looking for a place to recharge your phone or smart watch before a long days adventure in the park? You won't have to crawl under the bed, move furniture or walk downstairs here. Our rooms are equipped with charging stations above every night stand.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 8
Minimum age of primary renter: 30
- Smoking is allowed outside but you must dispose of any ashes or butts in the provided metal receptacle.
Cleaned with disinfectant
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
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About Erin & Brian Johnson
"Just a small-town girl, living in a "… Alright. Journey lyrics aside. Erin grew up in a small town in the Midwest, but her midnight train to anywhere was actually a Dodge Neon to Hollywood. Brian wasn’t always a city boy – growing up in a small Midwest town motivated him to explore the diversity and landscape of California. Their spirit for adventure would eventually lead them to Yosemite where it was easy to fall in love with the natural beauty of the area. These two small-town kids from the prairie have been enjoying Yosemite for years ever since and when the weekend comes, they’ll take the midnight Jeep to Yosemite. Together, they manage Firefall Lodge where they help fellow travelers make the most of their Yosemite vacation.
Erin & Brian Johnson purchased this lodge in 2014
Why Erin & Brian Johnson chose Fish Camp
Quite simply, Fish Camp is the best location for your Yosemite vacation for its convenience, its access and its beauty.
What makes this lodge unique
• FIREFALL CREEK - We have a year-round creek that flows through the property. Kick the windows open during the Summer and fall asleep to the sounds of falling water. You won’t be able to go fishing or swimming here, but if that’s your pleasure, we’ve got you covered nearby. • RAINBOW LAKE - The creek flows into nearby Rainbow Lake, which is located across the way, with easy access from a shared path. The pond, lake is best enjoyed from the Lodge where you can listen to its natural inhabitants during Summer evenings. • GREAT BLUE HERRONS - Speaking of local inhabitants… Spring and Summer are a great time to sit on the patio and watch the Great Blue Herons that nest in the tallest Sugar Pine overlooking the pond. What’s that? You don’t know how to identify Blue Herons? They’re the ones in the sky with the five to six-foot wing span. Yeah, no kidding. You’d be forgiven if you mistake them for the elusive Sierra Pterodactyl. • COVERED DECK - During the Fall and Winter, when it might be raining or snowing, you can still take in the outside and enjoy the sounds of nature with the stillness of the mountain forest. • GENERATOR - No matter what season you’ll be traveling in or what the weather might bring, you’ll sleep soundly knowing your vacation won’t be spoiled by power outages. Our whole house generator automatically turns on when the power goes out and you’ll continue enjoying your stay without interruption. • YOSEMITE CONSERVANCY - Need a reason to feel even better? We take care of the places we love and play. Portions of your stay are donated to the Yosemite Conservancy to provide continued support for our park and its future.