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 fly and are equipped with cot style 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, and pillows are provided and placed at the foot of the bed. And although daily maid service is not provided in the tents, your trash is emptied and towels refreshed.
Most of the tents are not heated and are provided with blankets as mentioned above. A limited number of additional blankets are available at the front desk and can be requested at check-in. Should you be concerned about keeping warm enough, bringing your own sleeping bag is encouraged.
The tents can accommodate 2 - 5 people and are serviced by two central shower facilities and five restrooms scattered throughout the camp.
Heated Tent Cabins
A few heated tent cabins, which accommodate 2 - 4 people, are typically available from late-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 tents in the spring, summer and fall months, the heaters themselves are not operable during this time. The heaters are turned on in late September or early October, and turned off in the spring. If you are concerned about being warm enough, we would encourage you to bring your own sleeping bag.
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 tents and 23"h x 47 ½" w x 20 ½" d for the larger five person tents. Use your locker to store all items that have a “scent” to them. 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. Remember, 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.
Because of the nature of the 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 camp.
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