To encourage an authentic and rewarding mountain experience, this place is a little different from what you might expect from most Yosemite hotels. Rooms are supplied with games and radio streaming for entertainment, rather than televisions and other electronic devices. You’ll find major sporting events on the big screen in the friendly Tavern , family-friendly movies hosted by our Recreation team, and the Recreation Desk offers rentable DVD players and a lending library of DVD’s. The goal is to provide gracious and friendly service, quality products, private and communal settings, and a huge array of opportunities for you to enjoy your time here and to enjoy all Yosemite has to offer.
Lodge Rooms are mini-suites designed to comfortably fit parties up to 4 people. All Lodge Rooms feature a stylish sitting area, private deck with forest and/or sunset views, and private bathroom with shower. Choose from rooms with a king bed and queen sofa bed, or rooms with two queen beds.
Amenities include spacious private bathroom with shower, satellite radio, custom artwork and furnishings, Keurig coffee brewer, refrigerator, desk, feather pillows, electronic safe, iPod dock, complimentary Wi-Fi, Earth therapy bath products, hair dryer, and iron.
Spread throughout the hillside and forest of the 20 acre property, is their spacious two-bedroom four-plex Villas, designed with families and parties of up to 6 people in mind.
Every Villa features an entry foyer, private bathroom with divided vanity and shower areas, a master bedroom that includes a king bed, large sitting area with a queen sofa bed and cast iron gas fireplace, and an expansive private deck with forest and sunset views.
The second bedroom in the Villas feature either a second king bed or two twin beds. The bathrooms in Villas with two twin beds also have a tub.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is not yet available in the Villas, but is available in the Computer Lounge, the Main Lodge Guest Lounge, and in the common areas of the Guest Lodge and Reception buildings.
The hotel is set in a truly magical and convenient location to enjoy all of Yosemite National Park and the surrounding Stanislaus National Forest. Rush Creek Lodge sits just half a mile from the Park’s Highway 120 west entrance, providing an ideal launching point for exploration into all parts of Yosemite. The resort is a 3 hour drive from the San Francisco Bay Area along scenic Highway 120, the most direct route to Yosemite from the Bay Area, offering year-round access to the Park.