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Cedar Grove Village, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

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  • Cedar Grove is at the end of Highway 180 in Kings Canyon National Park. It is situated along the scenic South Fork of the Kings River. It has 4 shaded campgrounds, grocery store, hotel, snack bar and ...  more »
  • Sort of in-between Sequoia and Kings, this little privately run village is rather quaint, and they sell gasoline (something you will not find inside park boundaries. What you will find here are cheap ...  more »
  • The food was exceptional, the control ill and rather very cafeteria-like. But sit down to the rushing River with your coffee, then you forget all your worries in an instant.
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  • Very utilitarian hotel rooms for a decent price considering you're in the middle of nowhere. There's air conditioning, which is good for moms and babies, so if you're not digging sleeping on the ground in a puddle of sweat next to a bear, it's paradise. The food downstairs ain't gonna win any James Beard awards, but it's awesome camp food considering, again, you're in the middle of nowhere. The river, however... Oh man that river is just the best thing ever. Cool, clean, crisp, just wanna lay in it all day long. Bring some shade and park your butt next to the water. And beer IN CANS. NOT glass, please for the love of christ. This place is great.
  • We didn't made a reservation, but walked-in and asked for a room. We were very happy that they had a room for one night and the price would be $ 140,-- + $ 1,-- donation. The following morning we left and we asked for a receipt ( it was $140,--). A few days later we saw they charged $ 193,-- to our creditcard. We sent a few e-mails, but they never answered. We made some phone-calls, but each person told us tho dial another number. We had a month to have the payment reversed by the bank, but they replied just before the deadline, by sending us an email. They asked if we had breakfast; that would be the difference in the amount. We even didn't know that we could get a breakfast there! So, we replied en thought that they would give us $ 52,-- But we never heard from them...... So, ask for a receipt, let them sign it and check your account or don't GO there anyway !!!!!!!
  • Located by the river, the roaring water brings an adventurous spirit to the otherwise remote location. The room was clean, the a/c was pretty new and quite and saved us from the heat that day. The snack bar closes at 8:00 pm and opens at 7:30 am, but the food choices were pretty good although not that many.
  • The place could have been more well maintained. The floors needed to be mopped and swept. There was a lot of people and the customer service was below average, they were not very friendly when I was being helped. I might consider a different place on my next vacation.
  • Did not stay at the lodge but visited the gift store and small restaurant. Good food and good variety in the store. Would love to stay at the lodge. Great location and views.

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