|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Three Rivers Cabins are located at 45155 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, CA. THE FIRST 11 PHOTOS ARE OF THE LIVE OAK, the remaining are views of our other 3 cabins available. Live Oak Cabin sleeps four, and ideal for Mom Dad and two young ones in the sofa sleeper. This cabin is charming, and one of the collection of four cabins on this property just 1 and 1/2 miles from the Sequoia National Park Gate.
Cable TV and DVDs .
The Live Oak is a vintage cabin, built in 1945. The cabin has been beautifully restored, while preserving the knotty pine paneling, and modernizing lighting, kitchen appliances, bathrooms, and new floors. Not a hotel in town experience. You hear the river roaring below, with lots of wildlife appearing.
This cabin is popular also with couples desiring a little more room for relaxation. The Live Oak has a back deck for gazing at the sweeping wild habitat views and is a great cabin to come back to relax after touring the Sequoia National Park.
Family and friends, natives to California and the Sequoia National park area. We love our area and enjoy providing accommodations that have the best locations, and amenities offered to travelers coming to visit the National Parks in our area.
Pam Lockhart purchased this cabin in 2014
It's all about location. The views are spectacular, and convenient, yet backs up to wilderness wildflower fields with beautiful boulder garden designs and River below. You are literally surrounded by nature, but a short walk to groceries, bbq, deli, gift shop with a new Redwood Wine Tasting room. Great location and accommodations when visiting the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Just 1 & 1/2 miles from the Sequoia National Park.
A romantic knotty pine cabin experience, with all of the amenities of home. You will not be roughing it here; more of a woodsy vintage cabin retreat feel.
The cabin was just as described. Simple but clean and comfortable.
Perfect cabin for our family with young children. Clean and well-maintained with A/C and wifi. It was very relaxing to have breakfast on the deck every morning listening to the sounds of the river and the birds. Location was very convenient, only minutes away from the Sequoia National Park entrance. The owner was wonderful and provided us with a list of attractions within Sequoia and in neighboring towns.
The cabin was clean and well-maintained. We enjoyed our stay there. Not the quietest location, but very close to the park entrance.
My husband and the kids stayed in this cabin for two days while going to visit the Sequoia National Park. The cabin was beautiful and well maintained. There is a great little stream right outside that the kids loved. It is close to local eateries and attraction. Pam, the owner, was great to work with and we look forward to visiting again in the future.
The cabin is very close to the park entrance. It saves us all the energy from driving into the park for driving inside the park. The kitchen has very good ventilation for cooking (a window and a door with screen door). The parking is next to the cabin so it is easy to move things between the cabin and the vehicle. There is an outdoor BBQ Grill and sitting area right outside of the kitchen-side entrance - easy to move food between indoor/outdoor dining area. Very strong WiFi inside the cabin and lots of power outlets for charger.👍𣐼
Many of the photos included in this listing are of other cabins, not the "live oak" cabin we stayed in. It made the place seem like it would be much larger than it actually is. I definitely feel a bit misled by that. No washer/dryer as I saw in the pics, was counting on that too.
The cabin is right on the side of the main road for the town, so the road right outside it is very busy. Sitting out on the porch, nature is often drowned out by motorcycles whipping by on the oft-twisty road or other vehicles. Took a lot away from the "cabin" experience.
You can't walk out from the cabin straight into the surrounding wilderness - the steps in the back of it lead to a steep embankment that is apparently private property? The deck is aging, and the steps bent underneath my feet (I'm only 175 lbs).
I expected critters, as is normal in nature, but the number of spiders (and other non-venomous insects) encroaching on the living space was surprising. Had a spider on my bath towel as I was exiting the shower, one on the toilet (make sure you lift the seat and check!), etc. Only stayed 2 nights. I left the ones guarding the front door and bathroom window in place as they're just doing their job. The place really needs a perimeter to be done by an exterminator. Many large ear wigs, tons of gnats floating around (and laying dead all over the bathroom sink.) A large ear wig even made it home with me in my suit case! Haha.
There's not much space to store anything, and we didn't bring much. Basically a few drawers.
No spatula! Little kitchenware. The vegetable drawer in the refrigerator was cracked and stained, rendering the bottom level of the fridge barely usable.
The curtain for the back sliding door (directly adjacent to the bed) is quite thin. If you like to sleep past sunrise, you may find it a bit difficult.
The handle for the shower in the bathroom was too difficult for my girlfriend to turn, I had to turn it for her, and it tended to fall off.
Only one small 8-10 gallon typical office-sized waste basket in the kitchen, and a 2 gallon basket in the bathroom for trash. No larger bin to empty them into was around that I saw.
Positives: Water was plenty hot. Lots of towels. Plenty of sheets, pillows, blankets. The bed was comfortable. WiFi was much appreciated, as there is no cell service up there for Verizon nor Sprint. The location was highly convenient for visiting the sequioia forest. Was only 1 hour to the General Sherman Tree.
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Jan 19 2017 - Feb 9 2017
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay