White Wolf Lodge

White Wolf Lodge


High Country Solitude

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Operating Dates

Yosemite Hospitality and the National Park Service have been working closely on operating plans for the summer season with a focus on the continuing impacts of COVID-19. It has been determined that White Wolf Lodge will be closed this summer for the health and safety of park staff and lodge guests.

Guests with impacted reservations will be contacted via email with more information and any refunds due will be automatically processed.

Thirty miles from Yosemite Valley, you’ll find the remote, peaceful White Wolf Lodge. The Lodge is the ideal starting place for hikes to Lukens and Harden Lakes. Set in a wildflower-filled meadow surrounded by pine trees, you’ll find absolute tranquility here.

White Wolf Lodge offers 24 canvas-tent cabins and four traditional wood cabins with private baths. 

Guests gather morning and evening in the central dining room—a rustic wooden building with a porch that’s perfect for relaxing and taking in the views. To keep the wildlife wild, guests are not permitted to cook inside or outside their cabin.

Room Types

Canvas-Tent Cabins | Traditional Cabins with Bath

Guest Services & Policies


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Canvas-Tent Cabins

The wood-framed, wood-floored, canvas-covered tent cabins sleep up to four people. They include beds, sheets, blankets, pillows, towels, a wood-burning stove and an ample supply of firewood. Showers and restrooms are conveniently located near the cabins. There’s no electricity or daily cleaning service in the cabins.


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Traditional Cabins with Bath

Our traditional cabins are built from wood and offer cozy propane heaters, a private bathroom, desk, chair, dresser and two double beds with towels and linens. There’s electricity for lighting and heat. Your cabin will be cleaned every day by our cleaning staff.

Guest Services & Policies

The Cabins at White Wolf Lodge are a 45- to 60-minute drive from Yosemite Valley. Forty-five minutes in the opposite direction is Tuolumne Meadows, where you’ll find the services below: