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Name: Nancy Mullins
Phone: 925-963-2857
Fax: 925-226-3150

Mailing Address:
3809 Yosemite CT N.
Pleasanton, CA 94588

Rental Address:
Fun Cabin Rentals
22743 Bret Harte Drive
Twain Harte, CA 95383
USA

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Vacation Testimonials

I loved the fact that it was a quick walk to the private lake, downtown, and to the pee wee golf course. My kids had a blast in Twain Harte... Great Vacation!

Keith
San Leandro, CA


The Twain Harte Cabin was great. Better then expected. Would definitely recommend a friend vacation there!

Jack
Livermore, CA

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Yosemite National Park Lodging


 

 

Yosemite National Park Lodging

It’s hard to find the words to describe how Yosemite National Park changes a person. The mountain air early in the morning fills your lungs with the gust of one of its many waterfalls. The history that surrounds you takes you to a special place – somehow more sacred than a city. If the trees could talk, they’d tell you of centuries of Man; trolling the massive forest, living, exploring, making it a part of themselves. The almost ancient ground beneath your feet brings you closer to a different time, a different way of life.

Long before there was Man at Yosemite – long before it became Yosemite National Park – the area was a jigsaw of streams gliding through rolling hills, all created by gradual movements of the Earth. Massive glaciers later flowed and eventually carved away at the canyons and created u-shaped valleys. After some time, sediment made its way out of the high country and created the current Yosemite National Park valley floor by filling in Lake Yosemite.

In 1864, Abraham Lincoln took the first step towards preserving Yosemite National Park by signing the Yosemite Grant and turning the Yosemite Valley into a state supervised public reserve. In 1890, John Muir, a great lover of Yosemite National Park, helped persuade Congress to protect the high country by making it a national park, which is was, on October 1, 1890. Yosemite National Park is the Nation’s third oldest national park.

Congress thankfully saw that Yosemite was unique and that its resources needed to be protected. Yosemite National Park is a wonderland of geological adventures with the largest exposed granite monolith in the world and the largest concentration of granite domes on earth.

Camping on the ground is not the only way to stay while visiting Yosemite National Park, although you can get Yosemite Camping Reservations. The Wawona Hotel had been a part of the Yosemite Lodging for the longest. The area was an Indian encampment then became home to a wayside hotel in 1856 built by Galen Clark. It was known as Clark’s Station and served visitors traveling between Yosemite Valley and Mariposa. In 1875 it was purchased by the Washburn brothers and was rebuilt to be the Wawona Hotel, as Yosemite National Park knows it today.

To really live it up at Yosemite National Park, there is The Ahwahnee, which offers elegance and comfort and surrounds you with history with the Native American designs that accent each room. This Lodging is perfect for those who desire more luxurious services. On June 1, 1987, The Ahwahnee was named as a National Historic Landmark.

If you want to visit Yosemite National Park but don’t want to totally “rough it,” Curry Village is a great choice. It’s located beneath Glacier Point and is open from Spring to the Fall, as well as on the weekends and holidays during the Winter. Lodging consists of canvas covered cabins and central bathroom areas.

Need Dodge Ridge Ski Resort & Dodge Ridge Ski Area Lodging? You should check out Twain Harte. CA!


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