Curry Village tent cabins are the perfect accommodation option for those who want to spend days hiking and exploring Yosemite National Park in California and return to stay in a no-frills campsite surrounded by majestic trees and towering granite walls.
Before we dive into the details, here are a few important things to keep in mind about Curry Village tent cabins. We know you’re busy getting ready for your trip to Yosemite so let’s get down to the nitty-gritty.
Curry Village offers a convenient and centrally located place to stay for those visiting Yosemite National Park. Their accommodation choices include 403 heated and unheated tent cabins along with standard wood cabins and motel-style rooms.
The beauty of staying in Curry Village is that you will have easy access to the many amenities that are set up for the guests. Curry Village offers a great middle-ground for those who don’t want to pay the hotel prices yet want a step up from camping.
You can book the Curry Village Tent Cabins through the official Travel Yosemite website but booking through third-party websites like Expedia is often much easier and cheaper. I reserved the heated tent cabin in November through Expedia for $119 while the same cabin was listed on Travel Yosemite for $132.
The Curry Village cabin tents are situated in the far east part of Yosemite Valley. The front desk office is located near the Meadow Grill & Gift Shop.
If you plan to stay in Curry Village, keep in mind that food is not allowed inside the cabins and can only be cooked at designated picnic areas (the closest one is a mile away). Anything scented has to be stored in bear lockers as every year bears damage nearly 100 cars and thousands of dollars in property.