Luxury Tented Camp in Sequoia National Monument, California
Explore the sublime natural beauty of Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon Park from these luxury tents.
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Additionally, each stunning unit comes with a casual seating area with chairs and a coffee table, bedside tables and reading lanterns, plush-top mattresses, down feather pillows, and wool blankets. There are several restroom and shower stations throughout the camp for guests to use, which include segregated private showers and dressing areas, flushing toilets, and personal toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and soap). The beautiful location offers stunning views of both Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon Park and a little piece of privacy for each bungalow.
Guests should note that the hosts recommend that guests' belongings are in easy-to-carry packs; wheeled suitcases are advised against. The hosts also recommend that guests pack the following items: comfortable shoes, extra socks, warm pajamas, gloves, hats, and a jacket (ideally a puffy, or down, jacket). Other things that guests may want to bring include rain gear; a poncho; a flashlight; sunscreen; a refillable water bottle; bug spray; a camera and extra batteries; binoculars; a day pack for hiking; and a swimsuit (for the nearby lakes).
- Running water
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
Included in the daily rate are three daily meals—a big mountain breakfast buffet, a convenient picnic lunch, and a lovely dinner. Incorporating sustainable, local ingredients, the camp's healthy cuisine is served outside in the dining pavilion.There are parking lots both a one mile and a twelve mile hike away from the camp.
Location + Surroundings
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
Adventures and sports
There is much to see and do both at and around this glamping site. Visit the stunning sequoia and redwood trees buried within the Sequoia National Park by way of a long and refreshing hike. From easy loops through nearby meadows, to more intense ventures up scenic mountainsides—day hiking excursions from the camp are plentiful and appealing for all athletic abilities. Other activities include phenomenal bird watching, enjoying the colorful surrounding wildflowers, fly-fishing, photography, star gazing, horseback riding, exploring, and hiking and relaxing by an evening-lit campfire. Whether glampers are looking for an adventure-filled or a completely laid-back nature vacation, they're sure to find a handful of activities that suits them.
Some spaces are shared
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Three meals a day are included in the daily rates. Overseen by the on-site executive chef, meals are prepared fresh daily. Meals are focused on health and use fresh, seasonal ingredients. Breakfast includes fresh fruits, cereals, homemade granola, and muffins. Guests are invited to "pack their own picnic" for lunch, which includes a wide variety of deli meats and cheeses, along with snacks and drinks. Dinner is served in the alfresco pavilion and is gourmet California style with subtle Mediterranean accents. Most dietary restrictions can be met. Guests will also be able to choose from a wide selection of craft beers and imported wines during their stay. If guests choose to bring their own bottle of wine, there is a corkage fee of $20 per bottle.
The weather conditions that guests can expect to come across while staying at this glamping site are typical of the alpine backcountry. That means chilly mornings and long, warm days and brilliant evening sunsets. At night, guests can expect chilly temperatures, as low as 40°-50°. Guests won’t have to worry about bugs because they are almost non-existent. In the summer months, quick thundershowers are quite frequent. If rain is predicted during a stay, it might be wise to bring a second pair of hiking shoes. Guests should make sure to check the weather before packing for a glamping stay.
Pets are allowed at this glamping unit but guests should keep in mind that many of the nearby trails are not pet-friendly. Make sure to check which trails are pet-friendly before deciding to bring a dog.
Smoking is not allowed in or around the property.