White Wolf Lodge
Lonely Planet review
This complex enjoys its own little world a mile up a spur road, away from the hubbub and traffic of Hwy 120 and the Valley. There are 24 spartan four-bedded tent cabins without electricity and four very-in-demand hard-walled cabins that feel like rustic motel rooms. The generator cuts out at 11pm, so you’ll need a flashlight until early morning.
There’s also a dining room and a tiny counter-service store.
Our independent authors have visited White Wolf Lodge and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Yosemite National Park.