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We spent a weekend there, hoping to go to Yosemite via the East entrance. Unfortunately, the pass was closed due to record snowfall and much of the amusements offered in the summer season had not opened yet. The facility was a little shabby but very comfortable.
Easy access and the guy who checked us in was friendly. Parking is UNDER the hotel. We stayed clean and dry getting our things in and out of the trunk. Walk up somewhat poorly lit stairs to rooms. I don't think they have an elevator, if that is necessary for you. Doors open with a card that you slide ...
We took the family here for a weekend getaway and we loved it. It was roomy which was important as we had a 2 yr old with us. The staff was really friendly and helpful. The units were well stocked and clean. The setting was beautiful, perfectly tucked into the mountains.
Take to the fairways with a stay at a golf hotel near Yosemite National Park. Playing a few rounds with the stunning backdrop of California’s Sierra Nevada mountains is an experience no golfer will want to miss.
Getting a round in at one of the Sierra Nevada region’s golf courses is the perfect way to relax before or after you explore Yosemite National Park. There are several hotels near golf courses in the towns and villages that surround the park. Choose a Yosemite golf hotel in Arnold, Angels Camp, Groveland or Mammoth Lakes and you won’t be far from a top-quality 18-hole golf course.
Most of the golf hotels in Yosemite National Park don’t have an on-site course, but rather offer convenient accommodation close to local courses. You’ll find a wide range of types and star ratings, from simple two-star lodges to luxurious four-star resorts.
You’ll find several excellent golf courses in and around the Yosemite National Park. The Sequoia Woods Country Club and Golf Course near Arnold is a challenging 18-hole course in a beautiful setting among native pine trees. To the south the Greenhorn Creek Resort near Angels Camp is a great place to hit the links. The 18-hole course here meanders through rolling hills dotted with oak trees.
Directly south of Yosemite National Park, the Pine Mountain Lake Golf Course has an 18-hole championship golf course in a classic park setting. Other facilities such as tennis, horse riding, hiking and fishing are on offer here too.
If you’re staying in the Mammoth area in the east of Yosemite, try the Sierra Star Golf Course. It’s the highest course in California, and you’ll be surrounded by mountain lakes and stunning views while playing.
If you want to get a few rounds in at one of the excellent golf courses near Yosemite National Park, stay in a golf hotel so you don’t miss any of the action.