We enjoyed our stay at Cardinal Village Resort. It's close to some wonderful hiking, especially the Bishop Pass trail head. The resort is quiet and well suited for families. After our wet winter, there were wild flowers everywhere when we visited in early July. The mosquitoes were much better at Cardinal Village than they were at the higher elevations where we were hiking.
We stayed in the "Topsy Turvy" cabin. There was a table and chairs outside, so we could sit out in the evening and listen to the creek. That was lovely. The interior was rundown. The cabin floor slanted in several different directions. The carpet was heavily stained, and the linoleum in the kitchen and bathroom was cracked. There was a bulge in the ceiling that was repaired with duct tape. Duct tape was also used to hold together the clothing bureau.
We're looking forward to returning to the Eastern Sierras, but we'd elect to camp or backpack in the future.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking