Planning a Yosemite vacation? Prepare to join a centuries-long list of admirers—Yosemite was the first government-protected land, and the precedent for all the national parks we cherish today. So much inspiration has been drawn from the majestic Half Dome and El Capitan, and whether it’s your first or twentieth time visiting, you’re bound to be inspired, too.
We’d argue that the best way to enjoy Yosemite National Park is from the comfort of a cabin rental. Having a reliable home base means you’ll be well-rested and ready for adventure. Explore these Yosemite cabin rentals if you’re in need of lodging ideas.
A full kitchen, fireplace, outdoor dining, and private hot tub await you at this classic cabin rental. Located in lovely Groveland, you’ll be staying just 24 miles from the Big Oak Flat park entrance. Groveland is known as one of the cutest and most convenient places to book a Yosemite cabin rental, so settle in and explore the town when you’re not busy hiking.
Book your Yosemite cabin rental at Creekside Cabin.
Want to add an extra element to your Yosemite vacation? Make this gorgeous lake house your home base, and you’ll have backyard access to Pine Mountain Lake. When you’re not snapping photos of Yosemite Falls, spend some time relaxing on the dock at Lower Skyridge Lookout.
Book your Yosemite cabin rental at Lower Skyridge Lookout.
Completely modern furnishings pair perfectly with this Yosemite cabin’s rustic vibe and great location in Groveland. After a day of hiking in breathtaking Tuolumne Meadows, come home to this cabin and unwind with a dip in the shared pool, or perhaps a few holes on the golf course that backs up to your place.
Book your Yosemite cabin rental at Pine Mountain Magic.
Stay in this Mammoth Lakes cabin rental to see a (literal) different side of Yosemite. Situated east of the national park, this ski and lake destination is just 40 miles south of the park’s Tioga Pass entrance. When you’re not out visiting the iconic sequoia forests inside Yosemite, try heading up to the ski slopes in this rental’s own neighborhood for a different kind of adventure.
Book your Yosemite cabin rental at Ski Run Villas.
Situated a few blocks away from the ski lifts, this Yosemite cabin is another great choice if you’re making Mammoth Lakes your home base. Ski in the winter, go boating in the summer, and enjoy amazing proximity to Yosemite National Park. No matter which activity you choose, this cabin’s private hot tub provides instant relaxation at the end of the day.
Book your Yosemite cabin rental at White Pines Mountain Lodge #7.
At a mere 17 miles from the Tioga Pass park entrance, this June Lake cabin rental makes an ideal Yosemite home base. The stunning view of the Sierras is just icing on the cake. If you need a change of pace from hiking to Glacier Point or Tunnel View, try one of the local hikes around June Lake.
Book your Yosemite cabin rental at Lucky Fish Cabin.