For cancellation, there is a 5% cancellation fee if you cancel with 30 days or more of your arrival. If you cancel within 30 days, there is no refund though we can sometimes change dates. If we rebook the dates with another group for the dates, you will be refunded as much as possible for the nights otherwise filled. Please call directly if you have questions. 866 - 367 - 3543.
Ten minutes from Yosemite Valley and conveniently located on the paved road, this charming cabin in Foresta will meet all your needs. Cozily set up for two with a comfy queen size bed, enjoy cooking and dining in the cute kitchenette with new, quiet, refrigerator, 2-burner gas stove (no oven), microwave, coffee maker, toaster, blender, pots, pans & dishes. Or use the propane BBQ while enjoying the beautiful outdoors. Equipped with gas heater and new, quiet, A/C. Explore the quiet surroundings, stroll to Crane Creek moments away, then rest under the shady oaks and pines. (See also our sister listing #869612, Oak Wood Cabin, for additional two person accommodation.)
Foresta is a great starting point to various Yosemite destinations, Yosemite Valley, Tuolumne Meadows, the Merced & Tuolumne Groves of Sequoias and many hiking trails. Offering Free satellite TV, WIFI and HughesNet Gen4 internet, Verizon's 4G network is also available.
Foresta is located within the boundaries of Yosemite National Park. Now known as an “inholding”, Foresta (Big Meadow) started as a pioneering area. Two ranches (McCauley and Meyers) provided beef, pork, dairy and vegetables to the Yosemite Valley hotels. In the twenties, it was sub-divided and given the name of Foresta. Created as an “artistic” community, musical gatherings were held by the creek. After the Great Depression, many lots were sold for back taxes. Approximately 75 homes were in use, either full time or seasonally, before the 1993 A-Rock fire destroyed most of them. More than half of the homes have now been rebuilt. Fire has been a defining force in this area, showcasing Mother Nature's endless cycles.