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Yosemite National Park in California is one of the most spectacular wilderness spots in the United States but it's also a great jumping-off spot from which to explore some lesser-known - New Zealand Herald
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Disneynature "Bears"
In Theaters April 18, 2014
 
See "Bears" April 18-24 and Disneynature will make a contribution to the National Park Foundation!
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Easter Brunch, coloring easter eggs, art galleries, concerts and exhibits and so much more! Visit http://www.tenayalodge.com/Experience-Special-Events.aspx for detailed information.
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Still time to skate! Warmer temps call for change in schedule. Sessions will now be:
9 am - noon, NO mid-day session & 7:30pm - 9:30pm.
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Join us on Earth Day for a nature walk and trail clean-up, create a bug, enjoy organic, sustainable menu specials. http://ow.ly/vHfnR
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The festival will honor the 150th Anniversary signing of the Yosemite Grant Act by President Abraham Lincoln on June 30, 1864. The Grant protected Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove of Big Trees, creating the foundation for the National Park System.
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Tenaya Lodge is always interested in hearing from talented, energetic individuals who would like to join our team. If you are committed to maintaining the highest levels of service and exceeding our guests' expectations, we encourage you to apply for a Yosemite job with us. 

Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite employs seasonal and year-round associates. We pay competitive wages and are an equal opportunity employer.
NOTE: Housing is not available to employees of Tenaya Lodge.
JOB FAIR
Sat, April 26, 9:00 AM PDT
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Cowboy up! The pack station is open for 1-2 hour horseback rides. Check with concierge or visit for more information. http://ow.ly/vHgrf
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National Park Week April 19-27
Free entrance to Yosemite 4/19-20. Week long celebrations & activities. More info: http://ow.ly/vGSQ5
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As promised, here is the link to Chef Freddie on Central Valley Today. Watch "Chicken Wellington" & "Easter Brunch".
http://ow.ly/vHkOn
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1122 California 41 Fish Camp, CA 93623
1122 California 41USCAFish Camp93623
(559) 683-6555tenayalodge.com
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Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is a stunning Sierra mountain resort hotel located in Fish Camp, CA just 2 miles from Yosemite National Park. This pet friendly resort is the epitome of Yosemite lodging with first class accommodations and close proximity to Yosemite’s many attractions.

  • Activities – There are endless things to do at Yosemite National Park in spring such as hiking and climbing just to name a few. The picturesque national park is great for sightseeing excursions with backdrops of wildflowers and waterfalls. Visit Half Dome and enjoy the incredible views from Glacier Point. Tenaya Lodge is the perfect place to have your Yosemite Wedding.
  • Amenities – The Ascent Spa at Tenaya Lodge provides a relaxing retreat after a day’s activities in the park. The hotel has 5 on-site dining options including fine dining, casual restaurant and café. Tenaya Lodge also offers cottage rooms with a charming cabin feel and the same high quality services.

 

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Courtney Meza
reviewed a week ago
My husband and I came for a two night stay. He was excited to show me the lodge, as he had stayed there several years prior. However, our stay was not as enjoyable as could be due to the service that was provided by the bar and restaurant staff and management. My husband had this issue on his first trip to Tenaya, but was willing to give it a second chance. The servers did not seem very willing to serve us. They were late serving all of our meals, all the while attending to other tables promptly and efficiently. We had dinner at the Jackalope Bar, and our server was Bryant. From sitting down to being served our meals, it took 45 minutes. On our last day, we had the buffet breakfast, and his name was Josh. During breakfast, we ordered coffee, orange juice, and iced water. He didn't bring us our coffee, but brought it to every other table around us. Upon checkout we asked to speak to the restaurant manager, Terri Grey. She took down our information with lack of concern, seemed to brush the issue aside, and only offered free food, and apologized. Free food and an apology doesn't resolve the issue. She took down our contact information and said that someone would be in contact, and we have yet to receive a call. My husband's job includes providing excellent customer service, in a very high impact and stressful environment, so he knows what to expect from a lodge when on vacation. We were excited to come on our trip, but left very disappointed with the service that is provided with the lodge, and sadly would not be recommending Tenaya to any or friends who might be making a trip to Yosemite.
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Hanna Louise
reviewed a year ago
Stayed at the cottages for our 1st anniversary. The staff was super friendly upon arrival. Our cottage king room was lovely and we were welcomed by a bottle of champagne and a sweet card wishing us menu happy years to come. only one issue. were very happy with everything except the bed. Unfortunately, we found the bed to be rock hard and the pillows flat. All they need to do is add mattress pads and get better pillows and they would be perfect!
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Danny Fritz
reviewed 11 months ago
This hotel/resort was very responsive to our requests. We asked for towels, robes, and even an extra bed during our visit. The wifi worked flawlessly! Rooms are clean and smell of citrus. Recommended for anyone wanting to explore Yosemite without actually camping. Very nearby the park entrance at only 10 minutes away.
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CP How
reviewed 4 months ago
Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. The lady at the car porch acted as the car valet and bellhop and was really made us feel welcomed. The lobby had a huge fir christmas tree and felt really cost with the fire place and plush sofa. The room we had was large and comfortable and they provided a complimentary roll away bed to accomodate me and my family with three children comfortably. Food in the restaurant was good. We had dinner and breakfast there. Would have loved to stay a few more days. Definitely would come back if I ever visit Yosemite again.
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Mihir Meghani
reviewed 8 months ago
I would not stay here again & would opt for something inside the park. For the high price, the facility & room were not that great. There was a long line to get into the park so the additional delay is not worth it. Unfortunately, we did not have a quiet night or early morning either. The vegetarian food options are limited, other than their pizza parlor. If you stay here, consider one of their cabins, which seem nicer & quieter.
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Michael Hraba
reviewed a year ago
A great hotel for families. If couples are reading this... *it is great for families*. =) This place is a family fun paradise. There was Santa, Gingerbread house competitions, etc. It seems we went during a family Thanksgiving weekend.... it was lively with happy, bonding families, and I assume that's not that rare for this place. We don't have kids, so I just seemed like that creepy guy without a kid. ha But a great location with decent enough rooms, and friendly service made this a solid choice. More affordable than the Ahwahnee - of course the location doesn't match. It is well situated as a base camp for site seeing the area, but it is certainly not in the Yosemite valley, so no real spectacular views here... but they do have nice hillsides with trees as far as the eye can see (of course, be good enough to ignore the expansive parking lot). There is enough to do around that area that you could get stuck just spending time on the outskirts of Yosemite, and not getting to go out at all. Don't let your kids play video games all weekend. The indoor pool is what you would expect from an indoor pool at a hotel... chokingly humid chemical air. They have two hottubs, a video game area, etc. Like I said, family paradise. Definitely outside our comfort zone, but it is just such a grand hotel. The restaurants are deceptive - the lodge dining room is more of a family restaurant, while the bar might almost always be more appropriate for almost any situation. We didn't enjoy the lodge restaurant too much. HOWEVER... Embers, their fine dining option, was PHENOMENAL. Old school service (table side Ceaser), great service firing on all cylinders.... for a few dollars more you can have an infinitely better experience. Overall the whole hotel had the singular issue that I rarely face... it was great, but for the price it could have been a wee bit better.
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