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Tioga Road (Hwy 120 through the park) and Glacier Point Roads are Closed for the Season - The Tioga Road (Highway 120 through the park from Crane Flat to Tioga Pass) and Glacier Point Road are closed due to snow; there is no estimated opening date, although they usually open sometime in May. More

White Wolf Information

White Wolf Lodge Details

White Wolf Lodge is a small complex of 24 canvas tent cabins and four hard-sided cabins with private baths. A central dining room is located in a quaint wooden building, with a cozy porch overlooking the forest. Please note that there are no private cooking facilities at White Wolf Lodge. Free parking is provided on the premises for lodge guests.

Canvas Tent Cabins

Tent cabins at White Wolf Lodge

The canvas-covered tents are wood-framed on a raised wooden platform and will accommodate up to four people. They are equipped with beds, bed linens, towels, a wood burning stove and wood. There is no electricity. Two central showers and restroom facilities are nearby. Daily maid service is not provided.

Cabins with Bath

Cabins at White Wolf Lodge

Cabins are wooden structures with propane heating, private bathroom, a desk, chair, dresser and two double beds. Limited electricity is provided for lighting and heat. Daily maid service and linens are provided.

High Sierra Camps 2016 Tentative Open & Close Dates

 2016 Tentative Dates  Open  Close (after breakfast)
 Tuolumne Meadows Lodge  Fri. Jun 10  Sun. Sep 11
 White Wolf  Fri. Jun 10  Sun. Sep 4
 Glen Aulin  Fri. Jun 24  Sun. Sep 11
 May Lake  Fri. Jul 1  Sun. Sep 11
 Sunrise  Thu. Jul 14  Sun. Sep 11
 Merced Lake  Fri. Jul 8  Mon. Sep 5
 Vogelsang  Thu. Jul 7  Mon. Sep 5

 All dates are weather and conditions dependent.

Firewood Information

In an effort to protect Yosemite from invasive species, it is advised that you purchase your firewood at or near your camping destination.  Firewood can carry insects and diseases that threaten the health of Yosemite’s environment.  You can make a difference by buying and burning your firewood locally.  Local firewood is available at most stores in Yosemite.  For more information, visit the National Park Service website.