Sheffield, United Kingdom
October 15, 2003
The rooms were basic and I wish I could say clean, but it wasn't. There were paper cups, a bottle and a peach stone under the bed. It consisted of two beds a chest of drawers and a sink in the bedroom, with a toilet and shower in a small separate room. Bare lockers are issued to people in cabins and tents, but not in the motel rooms, so we had to empty our car of everything as bears can smell even make-up and wreck the car trying to get to the smell. Consequently, we had food in our room and my husband spent the whole night watching a mouse going to the bag of food. A trap was put down the next day and the mouse caught, we had to discard of the food though. The next night the wolves woke us up at 2.45 am howling, which we didn't mind as it reminded us that we were virtually in the wilderness. The camp is supposed to be quiet after midnight, but we found there was traffic moving all night and it was quite noisy.
I would recommend it only because it is one of the cheapest places to stay in Yosemite.
From journal California Bound