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When I read the negative reviews about these cabins, I thought "these reviewers do not have a national parks ethic" or something like that. We have stayed in many national park cabins and loved them. This time we stayed in one of the cabins with...More
I stayed with a group of 4 in the Grant Grove Tent Cabins and was very pleased with the accommodations. We weren't really sure what to expect as there seemed to be some mixed reviews from prior guest but since we are comfortable in the...More
The tent cabins at Grant grove are charming, spacious and the beds comfortable enough but there are a few issues. Most importantly the toilet blocks. They are rather dated and in need of a spruce up and a good clean. The smell was rather unappealing...More
The tent cabins were just that: small cabins with no electricity and a canvas-style roof. It was basically like tent camping, but with a bed and a little more protection from the elements. It was perfect for us. We really wanted to tent camp, but...More
This was the nicest tent cabin I've seen. Two comfy beds with clean sheets, comfortable pillows, and plenty of covers. It was a bit of a walk over uneven terrain to the shared toilet/shower building. (No hills to navigate, just not a flat surface) Hot...More
There are no fire pits. The only open fires allowed are in the campgrounds. To answer your other question, if you are in a tent or cabin you are allowed to use a stove outside but will need to very conscientious of clean... More
There are no fire pits. The only open fires allowed are in the campgrounds. To answer your other question, if you are in a tent or cabin you are allowed to use a stove outside but will need to very conscientious of clean up so it does not impact wildlife.