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Curry Village® Cabins & Tent Cabins

Right in the heart of Yosemite Valley, tucked below the towering majesty of Half Dome and Glacier Point, Curry Village offers visitors a unique and magnificent place to stay. Scattered throughout the village, guests will find 46 comfortable Yosemite cabins with private baths, plus 18 standard motel rooms, and 424 canvas tent cabins. In addition, there are 14 cabins with centrally located bath houses. Guests are welcome to check in beginning at 5:00 pm and check out at 11:00 am.

Please note that though food storage lockers are provided for each unit, cooking facilities and campfire rings are not available in Curry Village and no cooking of any kind is allowed.  Picnic areas are available in Yosemite Valley, including some with grills. There are also several dining options in Curry Village. For more details and to provide the best possible experience for all guests, follow these guidelines for Curry Village Etiquette

Canvas Tent Cabins

Canvas tent cabins
Tent Cabins
Experience the rustic charm of Curry Village in these canvas covered tent cabins. Located throughout the village, these unique Yosemite cabins consist of a wooden frame, wooden floor, and wooden door with four sides of canvas and a canvas roof and are equipped with beds and an electrical light. Because of the nature of the tent cabin, they are not outfitted with electrical outlets, telephones, televisions or plumbing. Sheets, wool blankets, pillows and towels are provided and placed at the foot of the bed. Tent cabins accommodate 2 to 5 people and are serviced by five central shower facilities with restrooms distributed throughout the property.

Heated Tent Cabins
Heated tent cabins accommodate 2 to 4 people, and are typically available from early September through mid-May.  Check their limited availability on-line or with one of our reservation agents (801) 559-4884.

Note:  Although we do not remove the heaters from the heated tent cabins in the spring, summer and fall months, the heat is turned off from roughly the Friday before Memorial Day (spring) until the Monday after Labor Day (fall). Again, if you are concerned about being warm enough, we would encourage you to bring your own sleeping bag, or to rent one at the front desk. 

Housekeeping and Amenities
Daily stay over service includes refreshing of towels and trash removal. A limited number of additional blankets are available at the front desk and can be requested at check-in. If you are concerned about staying warm enough, a limited number of sleeping bag rentals are also available on a first-come first-served basis for $10/sleeping bag/night, with a maximum of $20/rental. Inquire at the front desk.

Bear-proof Storage Lockers for Each Tent Cabin
Each of our Yosemite cabins is equipped with a bear-proof storage locker.  The interior dimensions of these lockers are 23" h x 35 ½" w x 20½" d for the two and three person tent cabins and 23"h x 47 ½" w x 20 ½" d for the larger five person tent cabins. Use your locker to store all scented items.  This includes all food, food related items, toiletries, sundries and ice chests. Bears have a strong sense of smell and are attracted to anything they think will lead them to human food. Do not to store these items in your vehicle or tent cabin.

We recommend using sealed plastic containers for storing your food inside the bear boxes. This makes it easier to keep your food organized, and away from campground critters.

Quiet Hours
Because of the nature of tent cabins, it is imperative that everyone respect the quiet hours - which are posted from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.  Failure to comply may result in disrespectful guests being asked to vacate the property.

Learn more about Curry Village Etiquette

Yosemite Cabins with Bath

Hard-sided cabins with private bathrooms
Cabins are wood structures that are furnished with beds, a desk or dresser, electric wall heaters, electric lights and outlets, but no telephones or televisions. All cabins have outdoor decks or patios for relaxing in the beauty of Yosemite. Daily housekeeping service, bed linens, blankets and towels are provided.

Bedding configurations include:

  • one double bed, or
  • one double bed and one single bed, or
  • two double beds

Stoneman Standard Rooms

Stoneman Cottage Room
Located in the Stoneman Cottage, these rooms have a private bath, daily housekeeping service and heating, but no telephones or televisions. Bed linens, blankets and towels are provided. 

Bedding configurations include one or two double beds.

What to Pack 

Curry Village: What to Pack

Whether you stay in a cabin, room or tent cabin, the list of recommended items below may make your stay at Curry Village more comfortable. The campground-style environment of Curry Village includes public shower houses and restrooms, bear-proof food storage lockers, spotty cell service and limited Wi-Fi access, more exposure to Yosemite's very dark night sky, close quarters with your camp neighbors, and experiencing the elements in the form of weather and temperature changes.

  • Flashlight or Headlamp
  • Extra Clothing Layers
  • Shower Shoes
  • Padlock for Food Storage Locker
  • Resealable Containers for Food Storage Locker
  • Sleeping Bag*
  • A Book
  • Ear Plugs
  • Water Bottle
  • Hiking Shoes and Outdoor Gear

Forgot to pack something? You can find a selection of these items at The Mountain Shop and Curry Village Gift & Grocery stores near the Curry Village registration office. For more recommendations, see Curry Village Camp Tips & Etiquette.

 * A limited supply of sleeping bags are available for rent at the front desk.

ADA Room Features

Canvas Tents:
Heated and Unheated tents
Includes either double bed or a single bed as well as a lever door handle, ramp for path of travel, and a wide door entrance.

Yosemite Cabins:
With or without bath
Includes a double bed, as well as a large number digital alarm clock, a grab bar at both the toilet and roll in shower, lever door handle, lowered hanger bar in closet, and a wide door in the restroom.

Stoneman Rooms:
Includes double bed, as well as a lever door handle, an oversized chair, a strobe light smoke detector, a restroom flip handle, grab bars at both the toilet and roll in shower, and a large number digital alarm clock.

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Rollaway beds and cribs are not available.