The Redwoods in Yosemite

8038 Chilnualna Falls Rd., Wawona, California, 95389, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 8038 Chilnualna Falls Rd., Wawona, is near Tunnel View, Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, Y Explore Yosemite Adventures, and Pioneer Yosemite History Center.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Redwoods in Yosemite Wawona

Reviewed by jdeak

Perfect family base camp

Reviewed Jul 11, 2014
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Cabin 21 was very pleasant and near a delightful swimming hole in the river behind the development. We were able to walk to the Pioneer center and could've walked to the shuttle for the Mariposa grove if we had been more organized. Evening meals on the deck were a highlight of our stay.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

Historical Traveler Reviews The Redwoods in Yosemite Wawona

I fall in love

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I'm from Argenitna, I visited Yosemite with my parents. We happend to find this place over the internet in ------- and we booked a one bedroom cabin. It was gorgeous!!!! The staff were so amicable that made us feel like home.

There I met my now husband, and we are sooooooo happy. Now for our 2 year anniversary we will stay at The Redwoods In Yosemite!!!!. Check it out. It's worth it.!!!!!!!!!!

Very enjoyable

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This place is kind of a mixed bag depending on what you're looking for. Yosemite Valley is a beautiful 45 minute drive, Mariposa Grove is close, and Oakhurst is about 30 minutes away. Not bad for a major tourist destination. You can go sightsee then come back to your cabin and enjoy a quiet evening by the fireplace. Modern TV and phone. Pay laundry downstairs in the main office.

Certainly a very enjoyable cabin. Quiet neighborhood type of place. You should call and talk to the folks, though, as there are many styles to choose from. Our cabin suited us - 2 bedroom - nice deck with BBQ - unlimited supply of firewood - central heating - a helpful office staff. Surrounded by very pretty scenery.

We enjoyed the pleasant walks along the main road, up to the falls, and around the area. Bring your groceries from Raley's in Oakhurst.

Overall a nice experience here - would return.

Luxury in Yosemite

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We stayed there 5 nights. Cabin was a premium cabin, a little pricey but well worth it. Kitchen had all the amenities needed and more. Fireplace was nice, with pre-cut wood outside. Cabin had TV, VCR, DVD player and movies in the cabin and at the reception. Arrived late, and there was a late check-in envelope waiting. Great location for Badger's Pass and Giant Sequoias. Only thing was the bathroom was not as luxurious as the rest of the cabin, just a basic bath/shower combo.

BEST VACATION EVER!!!

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My fiancee and I recently visited cabin #76 and LOVED it! The cabin is within a mile of the Chilnulna Falls so we enjoyed walking there every morning. This beautiful 2 bed 2 bath featured a big fireplace in the living room that made for a romantic setting! We also were able to BBQ almost every night on the built in BBQ on the back deck. The cabin was also close to Oakhurst (I think about 20 miles) so we would make our way into town for a movie or additional shopping. Yosemite is breathless and the cabin we stayed at was beautiful! We will definaltey be back!!!!

Christmas at Yosemite . . . magical!

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Our family spent Christmas at The Redwoods in Yosemite a couple of years ago. It was the best Christmas ever. We had a three-bedroom house that was phenomenal. Aside from being beautiful, it was the best-equipped accommodation of its kind we have ever encountered. Everything worked, there was lots of room, and then, of course, there was the national park. We all drove around oohing and ahhing at the gorgeous scenery and the waterfalls in the snow. We built snowmen, went sledding, and fed the deer that came to our back door. The kids went skiing and snow-boarding at Badger Pass, while the grandparents had tea at the Ahwani Hotel. Everyone went on a snowshoe hike in Mariposa Grove. We all loved it and plan to go back again next year!

Pick the right cabin- great time!

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We visited the Redwoods in Yosemite in March 2004, end of Winter. The cabins really vary. They are all family/individual owned, the Redwoods group is the rental mgt firm, but the furniture, decore, etc, are all up to individual owners. I spent time on the phone before hand (very nice folks) reviewing different options: no pets, secluded as we have 3 loud little ones, two baths if possible, nice fireplace etc. They found the perfect cabin for us (Standard, 2 BD, 2 BA # 17), up a hill, nice flat yard, not right next door to another cabin (as many of them are close to each other). Not fancy, but clean, good space, 2 bedrooms and a nice fireplace. The kids loved it. We had deer in the back yard every AM and a nice view of the granet mtn and nice sunsets. Good/easy trek to nearby falls on the back side of the neighborhood, friendly folks at the front desk (came up with a huge load of wood when asked), great skiing for little ones at Badger. We'd go back, but every cabin is different, spend a lot of time with the pictures on the site and ask a lot of questions (and call back and ask them again of a 2nd res person). The gal I spoke with knew each cabin and she directed us to a great fit. Plan on going back in January, 45 mins to the valley sure, but the seclusion is nice, and the Redwoods on the Wawona side are great.

Absolutely wonderful

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Given that the two reviews posted here were so radically different, my boyfriend and I were a bit nervous upon arriving at the Redwoods. Thankfully, we were delighted with cabin #77! We chose the Redwoods, and the cabin, specifically because we have two dogs and it is almost impossible to find anywhere in the Valley that will take pets.

The Redwoods are vacation homes which the owners rent out and are managed on-site by a property management company. The people running the office were very very nice and willing to help us with anything we needed. We experienced a blackout while there (not at all uncommon in the Valley, though more common in winter), and we got more oil from them for the oil lamps provided in all cabins. Our cabin was big, clean, and equipped with absolutely everything we needed--firewood for the lovely fireplace, cooking supplies, coffeemaker, extra linens, VCR, CD player, books, you name it. We had a huge deck with a BBQ grill and the cabin was set back from the road and our neighbors, while near, were quiet and barely noticeable.

There are trails that run in and near the Redwoods (it is actually located within the boundaries of the southern part of the park) and the main part of the Valley is about a 45 minute drive. We took our inflatable boat to Bass Lake, which is very close and located in Sierra National Forest. You can take motorized boats and jet skis there too. It was very beautiful. Lots of restaurants and stores are located in nearby Oakhurst, about 22 miles away.

There are three tiers of houses at the Redwoods: Economy, Standard, and Premium. Perhaps the person who had a terrible experience was in an economy cabin, or perhaps they just had a bad house. We had a great house--we liked #77, a Standard house. Even though it wasn't "modern" in decor, it had everything we could desire in a vacation home. Beautiful setting, big, clean and well stocked, comfortable, fireplace and deck to while away the hours, and a place where our puppies were welcome. Check out their web site, and look at the houses. Maybe you'll have the good experience we did!

The worst place I have ever stayed

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Sure, Yosemite lodging is overpriced, but I have stayed in hostels for $20 a night that are nicer than the cabin my husband and I spent our first anniversary in. The carpet was filthy, there was dried food on the couches- we had to put sheets on them to sit down- absolutely none of the furnishings had been updated since the early '80's, there were DIRTY dishes in the cupboards, and the musty smell was rank. When I brought these concerns to the staff at the front desk, she said "I'll let housekeeping know." I would NEVER recommend this place to anyone. The price they charge for this HOLE is criminal, especially considering we splurged for a very special time, that was great nonetheless, no thanks to The Redwoods..

Amazing cabin

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We stayed here for 4 nights in June, following 4 nights in Sequioa Kings Canyon.

The cabins all vary, ours (#84) was very nice in a kind of retro 70's chalet kind of way.

All the facilites in the chalet are just what you need, full kitchen bathroom and living space. Ours had a great veranda with bar-b-q.

Be warned though, there are no supplies provided in the cabin, so buy before you arrive as the local store is quite pricey. Also, the main Yosemite valley is a good 45 minute drive away.

Overall we had a great time there.

TripAdvisor Reviews The Redwoods in Yosemite Wawona

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Travel Blogs from Wawona

Our Attempt at Yosemite National Park

A travel blog entry by jdeak on Jul 11, 2014

So, why did we attempt a vacation in this crowded, remote park with two toddlers in this year of historic, severe drought? In hindsight I'm not totally sure. All I know is that we had been meaning to go see Yosemite for years and it just seemed to come together this year. T had been wanting to recreate the magic of previous visits with his high …

Day 8 still in Yosemite

A travel blog entry by paul.sue on Jun 13, 2014

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Bit of a "Paul's in his element" day, ie trees & birds.

Took a shuttle South to the Mariposa Grove to see the wonderful Sequoias. They are perhaps the largest living things on earth, not the tallest or oldest (only lasting 1800 to 2700 years) but their sheer size is amazing. They are also one of the fastest growing trees and, a bit …

Day 7

A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 03, 2014

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We were given the go ahead to hike at Yosemite today. So as a group we chose the panorama trail which started a Glacier point (alt. 7300ish) and 8 miles later finished in Yosemite Valley (alt. 4000ish). Now we were told before doing this that it would be all down hill except for a tiny up hill bit........ Granted the majority was downhill but the incline was ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 02, 2014

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We drove out of San Francisco to Yosemite National Park today. It was about 4-5 hours with stoppages but again the scenery on the way was beautiful. Luckily our camp ground isn't too near the fires that are happening at the moment so we didn't have to find different accommodation at short notice. Emily (our leader) is getting daily updates on the fires and as it stands we ...

The Most Beautiful Place Ever - Yosemite

A travel blog entry by michelle.weeks2 on Jun 10, 2014

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... better the deeper we went into Yosemite territory. Everywhere we looked there was a vista that had us ahhing and oohing - even Joel. We arrived at our campground (Upper Pines Campground) and happily set up in our site that had us well and truly in amongst the towering pine trees and even more majestic rock formations. The next four days had us doing some of the easier hikes around the valley and down near Wawona. We visited some of the waterfalls ...

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