Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is located at the national park's South Gate, with all the creature comforts of a full-service resort, the Lodge organizes outdoor adventures from horse riding, hiking and biking to winter wonderland ice skating and sleigh rides.
Located two miles from Yosemite's South Gate
Perfect for those that want wilderness by day and creature comforts by night
Main lodge rooms and woodland cottage accommodations
Ascent Spa features 12 sumptuous treatment rooms
Set against the inspiring backdrop of Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada, Tenaya Lodge is one of Yosemite's largest resorts with all the creature comforts you might long for after a day out in the wilderness. Tenaya Lodge has a warm and inviting atmosphere and a dedicated activities concierge team to help you plan outdoor adventures. Hike up to Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park and picnic in Tuolumne Meadows, walk among the giant redwoods at Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, kayak at Bass Lake horseback ride at Yosemite Trails Pack Station.
Combine outdoor adventure with comfortable accommodations that include suites and cottages. All feature individual climate control, internet access, luxurious down bedding, coffee makers, irons and ironing boards, remote-control cable television with Nintendo and movies to order.
Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite has five different eateries - from upscale Embers to the casual Timberloft Pizzeria - there's something to suit all tastes. After a hard day out in the park, cool off in the resort's swimming pool, roast s'mores by the fire or indulge in a massage and sauna at Ascent Spa.
When to visit
Yosemite park might be the main attraction but from Tenaya Lodge you can also enjoy water sports on Bass Lake, horse riding among giant sequoias or ride the historic steam train at Sugar Pine Railroad.
Set two miles from Yosemite National Park's southern gate, surrounded by noble evergreen forest in the Sierra Mountain Range.
Guided Hiking in Yosemite National Park
Yosemite's Granite Cliffs and Giant Sequoias make for incredible hiking country. With easy to moderate options, experience this World Heritage Center with an expert private guide by your side to show you what you may not see with your own eyes.
Your free time in Yosemite - Scott Dunn Suggests
Walking and biking are the most popular ways to see Yosemite, with self-guide trail maps issued at the entrance. Wardens at the visitors center can advise on activities & the newspaper will tell you what's going on from star-gazing to wildlife talks!