Yosemite's original lodgings for campers and tourists on a budget.
When Curry Village opened in 1899 (yes, you read that right), it offered budget accommodations for two dollars a night. Relatively speaking, the rates today are still an excellent deal, especially considering how much the village has grown over the years. There are hundreds of accommodation options ranging from standard motel digs to cabins with private baths, but most of the "rooms" consist of heated canvas tents with central bathrooms. Amenities in the tents are bare bones --- no televisions here. Still, the views are second to none. Be warned, with canvas walls, in summer, during the height of the busy season, crowds can get loud. Bears also can be a problem, so cooking is not allowed (guests are given the use of bear lockers for storing their food). On-site, a mountaineering school offers rock-climbing lessons in the summer and cross-country ski classes in the winter. There's also a swimming pool, amphitheater for nature shows, seasonal ice rink and bike rental desk.
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