Hidden in the trees. Awe inspiring views of the Valley below & High Sierra above. Rustic beauty with comforts.
A series of waterfalls continue down the mountain below the cabin, carving pools from the granite. Study stars in a black sky from a giant granite boulder by a waterfall Off the Beaten Path in Giant Sequoia Natl Monument. No crowds. No traffic. Bring your dog on trails. Hug a Giant Sequoia. Higher (Cooler) closer to Big Trees, quieter than Three Rivers.
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Skip 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. General terrain and trail down to creek may be difficult for some children and adults. Ask owner.
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 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.
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.
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.